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78 FRIDAY, APRIL 11 - MONDAY, APRIL 14, 2014 ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT Cape Gazette Possum Point Players take a final trip to 'South Pacific' April 11-13 Possum Point Players will per- form a last weekend of the Tony Award-winning musical "South Pacific" Friday to Sunday, April 11 to 13. .As the beach, palm trees and a pier took form on stage in Possum Hall, stage director Jim Hartzell and assistant stage di- rector Donna de Kuyper say they have had the pleasure of seeing a cast of Delawarean, of various ages and backgrounds become island residents and Navy Sea- bees and nurses serving in the 1940s. In the cast of 29, audiences will see some newcomers along with several familiar faces. How- ever, according to de Kuyper, some well-known actors are performing in roles unfamiliar in character from previous ap- pearances. Steve Givens, who was the per- sistent ]avert in "Les Miserable,," is the charming French planter, Emile DeBecque. He adores his children and becomes enchanted with the fresh-faced and forward Ensign Nellie Forbush. In the role of Nellie, young character actress Abby Toomey goes from the bawdy pub mistress in "Les Miserable," to her first ingenue role. Dory McCormick as Ngana and Dillon Mangene as Jerome are the children. Matt King as Lt. Joe Cable graduates from a wine-swilling student in "Les Miserable," to a love,truck young man who sings the classic "Younger Than Springtime." Leslie Boslet, as the resident entrepreneur, Bloody Mary, raucously peddles some South Seas relics that Hartzell admits were not easy to find. Hartzell said, "Some things we just couldn't come up with from our props or secondhand stores. The Billis washing machine and shower were created by Possums Continued on page 79 Trumpeter Helseth to per rorm April 12 with M!;() Already one of the leading trumpet soloists of her genera- ti6n, internationally acclaimed musical star Tine Thing Helseth will perform in April with the Mid-Atlantic Symphony Orches- tra conducted by Maestro ]ulien Benichou. She has appeared with the Vienna Symphony Orchestra, the Zurich Chamber Orchestra, Dresden Philharmonic, Royal Philharmonic, Munich Sympho- ny and Prague Radio Symphony, to name a few. She will play Hummers Trum- W-.t Concerto in E Major and the Bach-Vivaldi Trumpet Concerto in D Major. The MSO will also perform Mozart's Symphony No. 40. Helseth, born in Oslo, Norway, in 1987, started to play trumpet at the age of 7 at the Barrett Due Institute of Music. She made her first public appearance at 9 and a memorable impression at her first recital when she was 14. At the 2007 Nobel Peace Prize Awards, she was given the hon- orable task to open the great gala concert in Oslo, which was televised all over the world. She opened the 2012 Memorial Concert for the victims of the 2011 attack in Norway, playing "Mitt lille land" (My Little Coun- try) by Ole Paus, from the roof of Oslo City Hall. Her debut album, "Classical Trumpet Concertos with the Norwegian Chamber Orchestra," was released in November 2007 on the Norwegian Simax label and named Classical Recording of the Year by the Norwegian newspaper Aftenposten. Her second album, "My Heart is Ever Present," a collection of Helseth's favorite Christmas songs and hymns released in November 2009, went to gold in the Nor- wegian classical chart after just three weeks. In early 2012, Tine released her debut discs on EMI Classics: a solo disc with RLPO, "Story- teller," and a collaborative album, "10," with her all-female brass ensemble, tenThing. Helseth re- leased another CD in March 2013 - aptly titled "Tine" - the disc presents a personal selection of original and transcribed works, accompanied by the renowned British pianist Kathryn Stott. The Spring Concert will be performed Saturday, April 12, at 7:30 p.m. at Mariner's Bethel Church, Route 26 and Central Avenue, Ocean View. Tickets, $35, are available at the door. A free insightful and enlightening discussion about the evening's program presented by Diane Nagorka takes place at 6:45 p.m. A limited number of compli- mentary tickets is available to 18-year-old, and under; how- ever, reservations are a must. For tickets and information, call 1-888-846-8600 or go to midat- lanticsymphony.org. The most fun you can have eating out... in Rehoboth and Lewes! eat. sip. walk. discover. 800-979-3370 SERVING OUR REGULAR MENU OPEN ALL YEAR 7 NIGHTS Specials for Easter Sunday 12-9 FRESH STUFFED FLOUNDER $24 GRILLED HAM STEAK $17 Honey-Pineapple Glaze RACK OF LAMB $19 New Zealand Lamb Served With Demiglaze & Tomatoes PRIME RIB OF BEEF $21  302-22 7-3100  38163 Robinson. Dr. r Rehoboth Beab, DE stinthyme r: :9:1r ant. c o.