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The Rehoboth Beach Film So- ciety's Cinema Art Theater will present “Gender Revolution: A Journey with Katie Couric,” Tuesday, May 2. It used to be simple: Girls wore pink, and boys wore blue; girls played with dolls, and boys played with trucks. Yet around the globe, these traditional no- tions of gender are changing rapidly, and the labels are no longer so clear cut. National Geographic sets out to explore this evolving concept of gender through the lens of science, society and culture in the groundbreaking two-hour film “Gender Revolution: A Jour- ney with Katie Couric.” The movie explores the com- plexities of gender in everyday life, from birth through the twi- light years. To better understand this complex social and scientific issue, Couric crisscrossed the U.S. to talk with scientists, psy- chologists, activists, authors and families to learn more about the role of genetics, brain chemistry and modern culture on gender identity. With conversations that range from the scientifically enlighten- ing to the deeply personal - and coinciding with the January issue of National Geographic maga- zine devoted to stories about gender from all over the world - Couric's unflinching search for truth sheds light on count- less untold stories of struggle, understanding, ignorance, hurt and love. CAMP Rehoboth and PFLAG Rehoboth Beach will coordinate a panel of guests for a post- screening discussion. The screening will start at 7 p.m., Tuesday, May 2, at the Cinema Art Theater, 17701 Dart- mouth Drive in Dartmouth Plaza, behind the Lewes Wawa. Tickets can be purchased on- line at www.rehobothfilm.com, or by calling 302-645-9095, Ext 1. If available, tickets will be sold at the Cinema Art Theater starting 30 minutes prior to the screen- ing. Admission is $5. The mission of the RBFS is promoting cinematic arts and providing education and cultural enrichment for the community. The film society sponsors ongo- ing screenings, special events, and the Rehoboth Beach Inde- pendent Film Festival (Nov. 3-12). For more information on this series, other events, or to become a member, visit rehobothfilm. com, or call 302-645-9095. 18 THE CIRCLE, GEORGETOWN, DE 302-856 -1836 WWW.THEBRICKHOTEL.COM JOIN US MONDAYS 11 AM - 4 PM LUNCH & HAPPY HOUR Check out our website for our upcoming events, and we’ll see you at The Brick ~ where things are happening west of the beach! TUESDAYS - SATURDAYS 11 AM - 9 PM LUNCH, HAPPY HOUR, & DINNER 2100 Coastal Hwy. • Dewey Beach | 302-227-1182 FIVE HOME-STYLE DINNER OPTIONS EVERY MON/THURS/SUN NIGHT FOR $15. ALL DAY $3 BEER SPECIALS. EVERY FRIDAY NEW BEER RELEASE. HAPPY HOUR 3-6 PM DAILY FOOD & BEER SPECIALS BREWERY & KITCHEN Open Thur-Mon Noon-Close 92 FRIDAY, APRIL 28 - MONDAY, MAY 1, 2017 ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT Cape Gazette KEENOTE CHORALE PRESENTS ‘60S SPRING MUSICAL SUBMITTED PHOTOS THE KEENOTE CHORALE SINGERS presented their annual spring musical, Living in the ‘60s, a decade of music and change, April 7 on the stage at The Crossings Church. Debbie Kee, owner and director, created a slide show as a backdrop which accompanied the songs and dances from 1960 thru 1969. The singers wore the tie-dyed shirts they made along with other props. “The Twist,” “Surfin’ USA,” “Wild Thing” and “Locomotion” were just few of the dance songs. As the chorale is an a cappella group, songs like “Hound Dog,” “It's My Party,” “Monster Mash,” “California Dreamin’,” “Kumbaya” and many more popular and familiar songs were presented in their own voices.   Shown are in back (l-r) Priya Haldar, Isabella Hanna, Dawson Hittle, Jessica Creigh, Kayla Belfont, Sophia Bel- font and Harmony Perkins. In the middle are Evie Brown, Madison Rice, Noel Rowlands, Violet Reichert, Neena Bri- to, Brittany Sprinkle and Summer Fusco. In front are Usef Warren, Baylie Anderson, Jordan Dukes, Quinn Rex, Ken- ley Rex, Gigi Vann and Natasha Colgan. Not pictured are Zoe Johnson and Claire Balliet. Shown are (l-r) Dawson Hittle, Usef Warren, Quinn Rex, Jordan Dukes, Noel Rowlands, Evie Brown, Claire Bal- liet, Kenley Rex, Gigi Vann, Neena Brito, Summer Fusco, Brittany Sprinkle, Madison Rice, Natasha Colgan, Violet Reichert, Baylie Anderson, Harmony Perkins, Priya Haldar, Sophia Belfont, Kayla Belfont and Jessica Creigh. Theater to show ‘Gender Revolution’ movie May 2 THE REHOBOTH BEACH FILM SO- CIETY'S Cinema Art Theater will present “Gender Revolution: A Jour- ney with Katie Couric” Tuesday, May 2.