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Cape Gazette ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT .: FRIDAY. APRIL 11 - MONDAY, APRIL 14, 2014 Clear Space Children's Theatre to st ge 'Xanadu' A talented ensemble of young performers and stars of tomor- row-from Clear Space Children's Theatre in Rehoboth Beach will perform some of the greatest hits from the 1980s in "Xanadu," to be presented Friday to Sunday, April 11 to 13, at the Clear Space Theatre, 20 Baltimore Ave. in Rehoboth. "Xanadu" is directed by Clear Space Company Manager David Button with choreography by Shondelle Graulich and musical direction by Melanie Bradley. The cast of all-star young ac- tors is led by Grace Morris (Kira/ Clio), Kyle Atkinson-Steele (Son- ny Malone), Meghan Hayward (Melpomene), Evan Hartnett (Calliope), and Ryan Bradley (Danny), with a series of oth- er characters from Muses to Greek gods to skaters played by "Light at the Point" by Sue Eberhart, first place Lewes Landscape Category. Photo Continued from page 76 second plac e, Claire Ingley, ' Touch of Dutch"; third place, Chet Poslusny, "Bottled Win- dow." In the Lewes Landscape Cat- egory, first place went to Sue Eberhart, "Light at the Point"; second place, Ron MacArthur, "Foggy Morning"; third place, Brook Hedge, "Waves of Grass." In the Quintessential Lewes Category, first place went to John Hoyt, "4th of July Fireworks, Lewes Beach"; second place, Sam Leone, "Overfalls"; third place, Stephen Scheder, ,Propelled." In the Local Food Category, first place went to Chet Poslusny, "Loafing"; second place, Shannon Wilson, "At the Candy Shop'!; third place, Sharon Monagle, "Tumbling Tomatoes." "Loafing" by Chet Poslusny, first place Local Food Category. "Dutch Lines" by Ron MacArthur, first place in Lewes Architecture Cat- egory. , --- m -- ----- -- T  --C,lmeut%? / ! , , I 1201 Savannah Road, Lewes, DE I I (302) 645-1980 I i! GRAND ! I Minimum $25 purchase, restaurant only. I I We look forward I I._ to seeing you! ,e; I IL:Vm ... m m .. m .-- m m m m dl Madeline Barton, E. Cheyenne Epperson, Claire Marshall, Abby Pardocchi, Gabby Pardocchi, Grace Scott, Julia Sturla, and Will Warick. Audiences of all ages will enjoy this whimsical and imaginative show. For this production only, all seats are priced at $15 for the 7 p.m. shows on Friday and Satur- mbro_sia r@lllurnl bit day, April 11 and 12, and the 3 p.m., Sunday, April 13 show. "Xanadu" runs one weekend only, so gt tickets today. Schedules, tickets, special offers, and events can be found by visiting clearspacethe- atre.org or by calling 227-2270. )More information: €learspacetheatre.org OPENING! :  Sun 3pm-9pm i The Medisch Family and The Back Porch Caf4 are having a celebration of the life of our dear friend, son and brother, Leo Medisch On Saturday April 19th from lpm to 4pm at Nassau Valley Vineyards, Lewes. Family and Friends are invited. i i