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48-CAPE GAZrEYWE, Friday; Aprtt--May ,1996 ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT Stepl00in Out Take "One Step Beyond" the usual at the Bottle & Cork By Kristen Seal If you are starting to feel as if you've heard one too many grunger wanna-be bands or Hootie covers lately, take a break from the 90s at the Bottle and Cork this weekend. The Virginia Beach-based band One Step Beyond prides itself on its large repertoire of 80s hits and considers its musical style "early 80s MTV music." Drummer Duke Simmons explained, "We play a lot of resort areas and really try to hit the college market. That age group grew up on that type of music, early British pop, and they always have fun and sing along at our shows." Simmons is joined by Scott Landry on guitar and vocals and Todd Washburn on guitar, key- boards and vocals. The three have been performing as One Step Beyond for nearly two years but worked together under the name of Panic for 14 years. Simmons explained that One Step Beyond has toured the East Coast from New York to Florida, tapping into the college circuit by landing gigs at the University of Georgia, North Carolina State University, Princeton University and many more. One Step Beyond has performed in Ocean City. Md. but never in the Dewey/Rehoboth area. "We've been wanting to get up there for years since we get such a good response in the beach towns we play," Simmons added. One Step Beyond's set list includes 80s favorites from such bands as Ah Ha, Men at Work, Devo, Big Country, Duran Duran, Flock of Seagulls and many more. Remember Gary Numan's "Cars" or "Our House" by Madness? These classics from the decade of day-glo and hairspray are not just stored in the MTV archives any- more. "This type of music is consid- ered 'retro' now which can't be a good thing because it means we are all getting older," Simmons joked. One Step Beyond will perform at the Bottle and Cork on Satur- day, April 27 along with the band Room With a View. For more information, call 227-8545. In other entertainment news, Tisra Til will take the stage at Are- na's on Saturday, April 27 for Arena's fifth anniversary celebra- tion and Sir Guy's monthly Full Moon Saloon party on Friday, May 3 will feature Burning Bus. Here is your entertainment line- up for other resort establishments: REHOBOTH BEACH Arena's Bar and Deli: 149 Rehoboth Avenue (in the Village by the Sea Mall); every Sunday - acoustic jam hosted by Ralph Fre- so; Friday, April 26 - Tequila Mockingbird; Saturday, April 27 - fifth anniversary party with Tisra Til. For information, call 227- 1272. Club Potpourri: 316 Rehoboth Avenue; live jazz every Friday and Saturday. For infor- mation, call 227-4227. Dogf'tsh Head: 320 Rehoboth Avenue; Friday, April 26 - The Hula Monsters; Saturday, April 27 - The Grandsons; Friday, May 3 - Sam Gunderson and Cactus Groove; Saturday, May 4 - Tisra Til. For information, call 226- BREW (2739). Frogg Pond: First Street and Rehoboth Avenue; Friday, April 26 - Blue Raven; Saturday, April 27 - Red Letter Day; Friday, May 3 - Karaoke; Saturday, May 4 - The Pet Detectives. For informa- tion, call 227-2234. Irish Eyes: Ocean block of Wilmington Avenue; Friday and Saturday, April 26 and 27 - River Bend. For information, call 227- 2888. Mulligan's Tavern: 622 Rehoboth Avenue. For informa- tion, call 227-5488. Obie's By The Sea: Board- walk and Olive Avenue. For information, call 227-6261. Oscar's: 247 Rehoboth Avenue; every Saturday - Nick Wayne on keyboards. For infor- mation, call 227-0789. Sea Horse: 330 Rehoboth Avenue; every Thursday and Fri- day - "Driving Miss Daisy" in the Baystar Dinner Theatre. For information, call 227-7451. Sir Guy's: 243 Rehoboth Avenue; Friday, April 26 - Psy- chedelic Oven Mitt; Saturday, April 27 - Bovox Clown; Friday, May 3 - Full Moon Saloon party with Burning Bus. For informa- tion, call 227-7616. Sydney's Blues and Jazz Restaurant: 25 Christian Street; every Thursday - Big Hat, No Cat- I Cape Henlopen High By Paul Wright The Cape Henlopen High School Thespians are preparing once again for a new production, this time a set of one-act comedies entitled, "All in the Timing", to be performed Friday, May 3 and Sat- urday, May 4 at 7:30 p.m. in the CHHS Little Theatre. These short comedies were writ- ten by David Ives and were per- formed most recently by Delaware Theatre Company. The directors of the production are Cape English teacher Aleta Thompson, senior Laura Connor and freshman Kerry Schab. Six comedies are in the newest version of "All in the Timing". In addition, the directors added another one from an earlier ver- sion of the play. There are 19 cast members performing these seven comedies, each with approximate- ly 15 minutes of stage time. The Thespians to comedies are rather diverse, each dealing with a different subject. "Sure Thing", performed by junior Sara Wolak and senior Ricky Parsons, is short comedy about true love in which every time a character makes a mistake in forming a relationship, a bell rings and they must start all over again. "Words, Words, Words", per- formed by juniors Heather Gibson and Matt Barnes and senior Paul Wright, transforms the famous writers Franz Kafka, John Milton and Jonathan Swift into monkeys who must type to infinity until they produce Shakespeare's "Hamlet". "The Universal Language", with seniors Michelle Bland and Jacy Ippolito, recounts the story of a woman who wants to learn an all-encompassing universal lan- guage called "Unamunda". perform "The Philadephia", with senior John Yilmaz, junior Karlin Maull and freshman Sarah Shields, is a comedy in which the main charac- ter must ask for the opposite of what she wants in order to receive anything. "Philip Glass Buys a Loaf of Bread" stars senior Stephen Wil- son, sophomore Sarah McCarron and freshmen Tara McCredie and Mike Wright, is an experimental piece reminiscent of the work of avant garde composer Philip Glass. The lead character gets caught in a rhythmic state of inde- cisiveness in a bakery. "Variations on the Death of Trotsky", with senior Lindsay Weldin, sophomore Matt Wilcox and freshman Matt Cornelius, is a group of situations in which the Russian revolutionary Leon Trot- sky dies in a variety of ways. Continued on page 49 One Step Beyond will bring their early 80s MTV style music to the Bottle and Cork this weekend on Saturday, April 27. For more information, call 227-8545. tie; Friday, April 26 - The Jazz Tap Ensemble; Saturday, April 27 - Mike Lange and Boogie Express. For information, call 227-1339. Twig's Restaurant and Bar: 10 North First Street; Saturday, April 27 - Prairie Dog; Monday, April 29 - Blue Raven. For infor- mation, call 227-1547. DEWEY BEACH Rusty Rudder: Dickinson Street; every Thursday - open mike session with The Blues Gems in the lounge from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m.; every Friday and Saturday - Cigar Bar from 8 p.m. to mid- night; Friday, April 26 - The Con- vertibles from 8 p.m. to midnight; Friday, May 3 - Kathie Martin Band from 8 p.m. to midnight. For information, call 227-3888. Starboard: Rt. One and Saulsbury Street; every Friday - DJ John Hardy from 7 p.m. to 1 a.m.; every Saturday - DJ John Continued on page 49 "All in the Timing" May 3-4 Kristen Seal photo The Cape Henlopen High School Thespians are hard at work rehearsing for their spring production "All in the Tim- ing" which will take the stage in the Little Theatre on Friday and Saturday, May 3 and 4. Senior Paul Wright, senior Matt Barnes and junior Heather Gibson have taken on roles as monkeys in the skit "Words, Words, Words".