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72 FRIDAY, APRIL16 - MONDAY, APRIL19, 2010 ARTS &amp; ENTERTAINMENT Cape Gazette Second Street Players in Milford to E-V-iNT-S-ATForiH"i-M-ILT()Nspri,e 20, 0 iH"iAT-Ri ] I ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ I stage Meshuggah- uns!' April 23 ' , Im ol The Second Street Players will  | present Dan Goggin's fifth "Nun- sense" musical, "Meshuggah- Nuns!" at Riverfront Theater, 2 S. Walnut St., in historic downtown Milford for two consecutive weekends, opening at 8 p.m., Fri- day, April 23, and closing with a matinee performance at 3 p.m., Sunday, May 2. "Meshuggah-Nuns!" is a fast- paced, madcap, musical extrava- ganza guaranteed to leave audi- ences laughing. The Little Sis- ters of Hoboken are at it again, but this time the fun-loving nuns are on an all-expense-paid vaca- tion cruise. The ship encounters a severe storm at sea which inca- pacitates all but one of the cruise's entertainment staff- the actor set to play Tevye in "Fid- dler On The Roof." Together, Tevye and the nuns put together a fun, high-stepping and sur- prise-f'flled musical revue for the passengers. The cast of five features some familiar and new faces at River- front Theater, with Becki Polk as the Reverend Mother, Pamilla White as Sister Hubert, Carly Jo Hosbach as Sister Robert Anne .and Debra Passwaters as Sister Amnesia. "Nunsense" veteran Paul lanega portrays Howard, the Jewish actor planning to play Tevye but winding up partnered with the four zany but talented nuns. "Meshuggah-Nunst" is co-di- rected by LeRoy Andrews and Steve Twilley. Paul Janega is vo- cal director, Jan Glasscock is mu- sical director and Maria Fry is the choreographer. Now celebrating its 30th an- niversary of providing live the- atre to audiences in central and southern Delaware, Second Street Players is holding two special events as part of the six- performance run of "Meshug- gah-Nuns!" A dinner theatre will begin at 5:30 p.m., Saturday, May 1, at the Georgia House, only a few steps from Riverfront The- ater on Walnut Street. Patrons can enjoy a buffet dinner, dessert and then relax with reserved seating for the show. Tickets for this special package are $50 per person or $90 per couple and in- clude reserved show tickets. To order, call 422-0220 or visit sec- ondstreetplayers.com. Second Street Players is also Mispillion Art League opens exhibit April 19 All are invited to join Mispillion Art League members and friends to socialize while viewing the new members' ex- hibit from 6:30 to 8 p.m., Mon- day, April 19, at the gallery at 5 N. Walnut St. in Milford. For more information call 302-430-7646 and leave a message. Ig REHEARSALS for the ious musical, "Meshugg, Janega, Debra Passwater at the Riverfront Theater teaming with the K SPCA to collect do the animals. The S] bedding materials su kets and sheets, tq canned cat or dog fo< dog or cat food can b, and is needed for bot kitten/puppy stage who bring any of the Riverfront Theater show will receive a win two free tickets SUBMITTED PHOTO Second Street Players' production of Dan Goggin's hilar- ih-Nuns!" are (I-r) Carly Jo Hosbach, Becki Polk, Paul and Pamilla White. The show will open Friday, April 23, n Milford. :nt County rations for 'CA needs :h as blan- )wels and ,d. Canned . any brand adult and s. Guests se items to before the chance to othe sum- mer comedy, "Moonlight & Magnolias" Curtain time for "Meshuggah- Nuns!" is 8 p.m., Friday and Sat- urday, April 23, 24 and 30 and May 1. Sunday matinees are at 3 p.m., April 25 and May 2. Tickets for the show only are $20. A $1 discount is offered for seniors, students and military for Sunday matinees. To order tickets, call 422-0220 or visit secondstreet- players.com. ClineTn"0ute [001Uf00 with Becki Polk t |: .I i I Wl I m I i i I i i I i__________________j | ONE IDOLLAR 151.00)COUPON | I  For concessions only at The Historic Milton Theatre I I ) www.miltontheatre.org I | 302-684-3400 .5,, L m  II m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m -i Now Open Happy Hour 4,7 pm $1 Miller Lite Drafts S2.80 Miller Life Bottles $4 House Wines S8.80 House Marlaritas S7.80 Snow Crab Basket $8 Pulled Pork Sliders 78C Wings 80 Steamed ams SATURDA g, SUNDAYS OPEN for BREAKFAST Home of The Healthy Bison Burtler Open Fri. 4 pm Sat. LI Sun. 9 am i 11111I l|mllmllllmll mflll11111[H 1| FLIT! TE IIIl1111111rnlll 1llll111111111mlil m,-- ......... . ...........................................