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Freshman Tres Clarke and junior Tara Arensberg enjoy themselves while painting a fiat for the upcoming production of Neff Simon's Lost in Yonkers," which will be at Cape Hen- lopen High School's Little Theater Friday, May 2 and Satur- day, May 3 at 7:30 p.m. Yonkers," which can be seen in Cape's Little Theater on Friday, May 2 and Saturday, May 3 at 7:30 p.m. In fact, the crew never stopped working after the musical "You're A Good Man, Charlie Brown." Because of the difficulty of the Cape .Thespians to present "Lost m Yonkers" May 2-3 By Lisa Bevilaqua crew was, at one time, working on Once again the Cape Henlopen two sets at once! High School Thespians' stage Costumes for "Lost in Yonkers" crew is hard at work for the spring are being coordinated by sopho- play, Neil Simon's "Lost in more Joanna Smith with the help and suggestions of director Jacob Norfleet, a 1995 Cape graduate. Since this comedy takes place in 1942, the most important aspect of the costumes is making sure they fit the time period. Sophomore Mike Wright and junior Tara Arensberg are two of Baystar Production, Inc. will hold auditions at the Sea Horse Restaurant in Rehoboth Beach on Sunday, May 4 at 2 p.m. and on Monday. May 5 at 7 p,m. for "Brigadoon," the Lerner and Loewe musical that will run in the Baystar Dinner Theatre on Thurs- day and Saturday evenings from July 3 through Aug. 16. "Brigadoon" is the musical sto- ry about a mythical village in an- cient Scotland that only returns to life one day in every century. It is a village from which no stranger who enters can ever leave, or, if he leaves, can ever return. The show is filled with haunting show tunes including "Almost Like Being In Love," "The Heather On The Hill," and "Come To Me, Bend To Me." Baystar is looking for a large cast of men and women from teenagers on up, who move well on stage and have good singing voices. Three well-quali- ILPJ !glgi-t#  d3 Baystar sets auditions for "Brigadoon,' May 4-5 fled dancers, two male and one fe- male, are needed for major roles, but everyone should have some dancing skills or be able to learn. Those auditioning should come prepared to sing a song of their own choosing and should bring sheet music for the accompanist. Those who cannot make the scheduled audition dates or who are interested in working with the show in a technical or other ca- pacity should call 732-9214. THE SEA HORSE RESTAURANT Mother's Day Buffet. 10:00 to 7:00p.00 Urdlmlted Champagne & Orange Ju/ce * An Array of Salads & Relishes Oysters on the Half Shell Steamed Spiced Shrimp Maryland Crab & Cream of Broccoli Soups Rice Pilaf. Red Bliss Potatoes * Steamed Fresh Vegetables Stewed Tomatoes * Hush Puppies Green Beans Almondlne Pastas * Alfredo * Marinara * Mussels * Carved Roast Beef & Ham Honey Glazed Baked Chicken Seafood Newburg * S/rloin Tips with Button Mushrooms , Seafood Lasagne Omelette Saute Station * Sausage * Bacon Scrapple Creamed Chipped Beef Fresh Fruit Dan/sh, Pastries Bagels French Toast And enough Gourmet Desserts to please everyone. Featuring our all new Ice Cream Sundae Bar _ " $16.95 per person Kids under 3 are free 4 to I0 are 82.99 {Breakfast items available 'tfl 3:00 p.m.) 7 R.ESE]RVATIONS ARE SU(Kt]ST]D  ' 330 REHOBOTH AVINIJE. REHOBOTH BEACH. DE 19971 GRAND OPENING Available Corner of 2nd & Wilmington Rehoboth Beach, Delaware 302-227-6494 TradHtoiml Pimr Food with a 00ur00et Flair at I00asoimble Prioes. BREAKFAST- Stuffed French Toast to Gourmet Omelets LUNCH- Texas Tommy's to Mont6 Cristos DINNER- Mom's meatloaf w/Brown Gravy to Veal Marsela (also fresh seafood) 32B Wilmington Ave. Under Brighton Suites Hotel 302-226-1960 Major Cards Reservations Continental Cuisine Currently featuring: Veal, Duck, Strip Steak, Salmon and Sword.fish Award winning wine list, fur service bar Outrageous Homemade Desserts 3 Charming Dining Rooms Serving Dinner From 5:30 p.m. 1"l I?INEK OF l'ttE ZI$1" OENTU,Y play and the amount of work the main artistic forces behind the  ,  needed for the set, rehearsals for set of "Lost in Yonkers," besides "Lost in Yonkers" started while the directors. practice was still going on for "I've enjoyed painting the back- "You're A Good Man, Charlie drops for the other two plays this Brown." So, in fact, the stage 'S j/tl   :>a#.amam Er g  Continued on page 54  / E " * ,, u)nmn:um FineDiningSince1980 *. Now Open Thursday - Sunday