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CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, May I - May 7, 1998- 71 Cape Thespians to perform 'Rosencrantz and Guildenstern' By Kelianne Bailey The Cape Henlopen Thespians are working hard to produce the Tom Stoppard comedy "Rosen- crantz and Guildenstern Are Dead," which will be staged at the Cape Henlopen Little Theatre on Friday, May 1, and Saturday, May 2, at 7:30 p.m., both days. "The play is hilarious," said Su- san Clark, "It's really coming to- gether nicely." The comedy picks up where Shakespeare's play "Hamlet" leaves off. At the end of "Hamlet," Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are killed when Hamlet figures out his two school buddies are spies for his uncle, the new king. Throughout the Stop- pard comedy, Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are desperately try- ing to figure out where they are and what happened to them. Periodically, clips from the play "Hamlet" are performed, showing the great parallelism between the two works. "'Rosencrantz and Guilden- stern' has an element of genius. Stoppard probes many facets of the human condition, and some- times touches on very deep sub- jects. Above all, this is a British com- edy and an audience should sim- ply come expecting to gather what they can, and hopefully, have a good time doing so," said Sarah McCarron, who will be playing Rosencrantz in the upcoming pro- duction. Sarah Shields will play Guildenstern, and she feels that this play has been quite an experi- ence "At first," she said, "I strived to find the lost meanings in the play. Now I've come to realize that there is so much meaning, it really means nothing at all. Then again, I could be wrong." "Rosencrantz and Guildenstem Cast members of Cape Henlopen High School Thespian's "Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead" are (back row, l-r) Chris Goering, Tara McCredie, Kate Lynch, Adam Wright, Sarah Strickland, Butt Miller and Kerry Schab. Second row: Jacob Melson, Megan Heronemus, Michael Wright, Matt Wilcox, Tres Clarke, and Chris Myers. First row: Tracey Condon, Kelly Meding, Sarah MeCarron, Sarah Shields, Kelianne Bailey and Susan Clark. Are Dead" will be performed in the Cape Henlopen Little Theatre on May 1 and 2. Tickets are $5 for adults and $4 for students. The leads of "Rosencrantz and Guildenstern" performed for the Retired Teachers Association at the BayCenter in Dewey Beach on April 30. The entire cast will per- form at the Delaware Theater Fes, tival and Competition at Smyrna High School on May 8. O00c6n, t O00trcvt 00lle CREATIVE CUISINE c]Tfte 9(ewest Restaurant On Second dtreet GREAT SELECTION OF WINES BY THE GLASS SPRIG SUNSET MENU I Soup or Salad & Entree $11.00 | Ay-Friday Nights From 5-7 SUNDAY BRUNCH 11 - 2 Serving Lunch & Dinner Wednesday - Monday CLOSED TUESDAY Lunch11:30-3 Dinner from 5 HAPPY HOUR AT THE BAR special Drink Prices 5 - 7:30 115 Second Street 644-4121 EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT 4:30 - 6:30 OPENING $1 I 10 MAY 8 T" 4:30 P.M.- 1 A.M. 31 Robinson Drive & Rt. 1 Rehoboth Beach 227-3100 P m "0 HAPPY HOUR 4:30 - 6:30 'FeUing the rest of the world about the Cape Resorts" Call or e-mail us today to find out ff your business or organization qualifies for a FREE or/00F-DUC00.D-/ZAT!00- Web site or link to Reach Tel: 645-0225 Fax: 645-1280 e-mail: bob@rehobothtoday.om