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Steppin' 0u Continued from page 48 Hardy from 4 p.m. to 1 a.m.; every Sunday - DJ John Hardy from 4 p.m. to 1 a.m. For information, call 227-4600. Bottle and Cork: 1807 High- way One; Friday, April 26 - Tisra Til with Braxton Hicks; Saturday, April 27 - One Step Beyond with Room With a View; Friday, May 3 - The Connells with The Mar- tians; Saturday, May 4 - Bovox Clown. For information, call 227- 8545. LEWES Knpchiek's: Bay Avenue; every Friday and Saturday -jazz vibes with Bernard Sweetney. For information, call 645-0420. Lighthouse: Anglers Road; every Friday - DJ Capt. Joe from 4 to 7 p.m. For information, call 645-6271. Rose and Crown: Second Street; every Friday - Karaoke with Starry Nite; every Sunday - rhythm and blues with Funch from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m.; Saturday, April 27 - Blues Gems; Wednes- day, May 1 - Nassau; Saturday, May 4 - The Beat Benders; Wednesday, May 8 - Blue Raven. For information, call 645-2373. Chester's Alley: 115 Second St. within Jerry's American Cafr. For more information, call 645- 9733. LONG NECK Crab Barn: Long Neck Road; every Thursday - country line dancing lessons on the Deck from 7 to 10 p.m. with Josie and Sandy; every Monday - guest bartender contest from 6 to 8 p.m. in the Double Nickel Lounge - Monday, April 29 will feature Mike and Joe O. and Monday, May 6 will fea- ture Ron Borders; Friday, April 26 - Sky Brady; Saturday, April 27 - Open Mind; Friday, May 3 - Bill Larsen; Saturday, May 4 - The Rich Kelly Band. For informa- tion, call 945-8900. Grotto Pizza: Long Neck Road; Friday, April 26 - oldies with Dave Lemmon. For informa- tion, call 945-6000. m CARRY OUTS WELCOME OPEN DALLY 945-8900 or 227-6700 Thespians Continued from page 48 Finally, "Mere Mortals" fea- tures sophomores Chris Uttenreit- er and Matt Wilcox and junior George Lynch. One character eavesdrops on three construction workers sitting on a girder as they tell increasing- ly amazing secrets about their past. Although each of these come- dies is a separate entity, they are alike in that most of the action takes place in the dialogue, ac- cording to senior Jacy Ippo!ito. He explains, "This play is dif- ferent in that respect. Most of the action and comedy comes from what the characters are saying." Tickets for both performances will be available at the door for $5. APIg G2t2ZETT, Ff.idiiy "A#raf  ' ;L6."'; 1Way'-" 2', "1996 .49 Rehoboth Art League featuring five exhibits during May The Rehoboth Art League con- tinues to celebrate its 58th year by presenting five exhibits from Wednesday, May 3 through Tues- day, May 23. Each of the five artists/ craftspersons showing their work during May at Rehoboth Art League is acclaimed in his field and is a distinguished art award winner with broad experience. A gala opening reception is set to honor the exhibitors from 5 to 7 p.m., Friday, May 3 in four of the Rehoboth Art League galleries and studios. The exhibits will be open free to the public daily and the art is available for purchase. Internationally acclaimed Wilmington sculptor Charles All- mend will show his stone, wood and bronze sculptures which he creates in both realistic and ab- stract motifs. Allmond is a retired Wilmington attorney who has been exhibiting his sculptures in- ternationally and whose works are in many private and public collec- tions. He has most recently served as president of the Society of Wildlife Artists based in New York and his sculptures will be in the Corkran/Tubbs Galleries. Master landscape artist Richard Layton of Wilmington will exhib- it his landscape paintings which are a strong part of the region's re- alistic tradition. Layton has stud- ied with Frank Schoonover, Car- olyn Wyeth, Andrew Wyeth and at the Pennsylvania College of Art. Layton's mediums are oil, watercolor, pastel, egg tempera and pen and ink. Philadelphia area artist Helen Mirkil will show a group of her expressionistic self-portraits in oil and mixed media which have been completed over the last four years. Mirkil received her MFA from the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts in Philadelphia and received her undergraduate training from both the PAFA and University of Pennsylvania. Mirkil has exhibit- ed widely and also teaches paint- ing and studio art at Ursinus Col- lege. Alan Burslem, one of this re- gion's most acclaimed ceramic artists, will exhibit his large scale and functional ceramics in RAL's Paynter Studio. Burslem has been a professional ceramic artist for 18 years and is a lifetime resident of the historic "experimental vil- lage" of Arden, which was found- ed in 1900 and inspired by the Arts and Crafts Movement. Burslem's studio includes a kiln room with a wood-fired and a gas kiln with a pulley-operated door. James Huntsberger's realistic original oil paintings and his lim- ited edition prints will be exhibit- ed in RAL's historic Homestead, Rehoboth's earliest house, circa 1743. Huntsberger is a long-time resident of Greenville who has painted for many years during his successful career as a research fel- low with DuPont Company. His company, A Brandywine Collec- tor, has printed 20 limited edition prints. Exhibit hours are 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Mondays through Satur- days and 1 to 4 p.m., Sundays. Call 227-8408. Restaurants J Long Neck & Rehoboth Beach Friday Night Seafood Buffet -Long Neck Location Only- Full Buffet includes Maryland Steamed Crabs (optional) Raw Bar Salad Bar Soup Dessert Station Daily Lunch Buffet $5.95 ~ 12-3 _. Aa,o Reboboth Beach Location Only coA'n _. _",' A#.A u' Gpa.,- I,ong Neck Deck. Frida7 - SI Braay Satueaal. Open Mtina R| Classic Italian Cuisine COOKING CLASS under direction of chef Mario Botindari EVERY SATURDAY 12 NOON $20.00 INCLUDES LUNCHEON For reservations 226-1160 OPEN FOR DINNER THURS.~FRI.~SAT. & SUN. 5 RM. 32 Lake Ave., Rehoboth Beach Across from Fran O'Briens AN AMERICAN RESTAURANT & BAR Overlooking the Ocean for 16 Years Open Friday, Saturday, Sunday & Monday from 11:30 a.m. Olive Avenue and the Boardwalk Rehoboth Beach, DE 227-6261