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HTP to welcome back 8.j Nadler May 1 u 7 The Henlopen Theater Project, set for May 18, will feature Mark Nadler, one of New York City's hottest musical talents, who in Rehoboth last year with "Ameri- can Rhapsody" and is returning for one performance of his new show, "Gershwin to Guettel: The American Songbook, Then and Now." He began his career early, giv- ing his first public appearance at the age of four, and becoming a paid musician when he was ten, performing at the Long Straw Sa- loon on a player piano. Nadler left Iowa to study music at the Inter- lochen Arts Academy, and is now a highly celebrated musician. Stephen Holden, writing in the "New York Times," said, "Mark Nadler, who sings, dances and plays piano (aessively and temporary vaudevillian whose artistic lineage embraces every- one from A1 Jolson (in his fero- cious singing) to Tommy Tune (in his goofy, long=legged hng). Heis an entertainer!". .... Nadler has appeared on Broad- way as the Fingers Wthe K@S in ,Dame Edna: The Royal Tour" and Pinky Pickles in "The Sheik of Avenue B." He starred in and cowrote the off-BrOadway Gersh- win revue, "American Rfiap, sody7 which was nnated:for a Drama Desk and two Lucille Lor- tel Awards. At Lincoln Center, Nadler cowrote, directed and starred in "The Nose Knows, " a tribute to Jimmy Durante. On television, he played Freddie Martini on Caf DuArt and was also the musical director. He has been presented on the "Phil Donahue Show,'"A Cuff ent Affair" and "Live with Regis and =d Kae Lee." Tickets-for the benefit to be held at the BayCenter in Dewey Beach are $75 and may be pur- chased through the HTP office at 226-4103.  :": CAPEGAZETI, day, May 2- MaY 8, 3"- 103 Karl Chalabala photo Arena's celebrates 13 years of being 'where the locals hang' Known for being "where the locals hang," Arena's Bar and Deli located in V'dlage by the Sea, Rehoboth Beach, recently celebrated 13 years of good times and great food. Shown (l-r) are employees Chris Bisaha, Christina Hopkins, Brandy Dreibelbis and owner Jeff Hamer. Jamboree is May 9-10 in Selbyville No better way to kick off a beautiful spring season than to en- joy an evening ofgreat local .mu- sic and comedy at the Springtime Jamboree in Selbyville. This annual program will take place on either Friday, May 9, or Saturday, May 10, at the Old Sel- byville Middle School, which is now the School of the Arts, with Bunky and Dottle Eye providing pre-show entertainment starting at 6:30 p.m. For the 21st year, business own- er, Gerald Hocker of Hooker's Su- per Center on Rt. 26, is producing this successful fund-raising event. Through the years, the Jam- boree has raised over $200, 000 for various local organizations such as the Lion's Club and vari. ous lure companies, just to name a few. This year is no exception. Hocker anticipates this year's event will match or even surpass the nearly $13,000 raised last year for the Lower Sussex Pop Warner which hopes to build fields on land by the Pyle Center. A $10 donation supports this local com- munity's efforts to provide quality athletic conditions for its youth while enjoying a night of enter- tainment. More than 35 acts will perform this year, but Hocker promises to have everybody well on their way home no later than 10:30 p.m. Hocker, along with at least five members of his own family, will be joined by Delmarva's best en- tertainment such as Ken Savage, Mike Evans, Floyd Mcgee, and Jimmy Holson. Also performing will be Linda Magarelli, the Jam- boree Boys, along with many oth- ers. All of the entertainers will be backed up by Sussex County's own Kevin Short and theHa p Tones featuring suehgreat local talents as Ed "Vinyl" Shockley, Billy West, Larry "Spider Web" Lynch, Bruce Chapelle, and Kevin Walsh. Kevin Short may even sing a couple of tunes from his newly re- leased "Little Is Much" project. Scott Evans will again provide terrific comedy sketches accom- panied by George Keen serving as the emcee. Doors open at 6 p.m. Tickets cost $10 per person, and may be purchased in advance at Hocker's Grocery in Clarksville and Ocean View, or from members of the Lower Sussex Pop Warner. For more information, call 302- 539-9662 or 539-0505. Thomas More to present spring concert May 9 The St. Thomas More Academy choir will present its spring concert at 8 p.m., Friday, May 9, at Wesley College Chapel, Division and Brad- ford StreeL Dover. The 32-voice choir, under the direction of Cathy Crusco, will per- form a selection of folk songs, spirituals and Broadway tunes. The pub- lic is invited. A $5 donation will be accepted at the door. Kate Cassidy of Lewes is among the choir members. anet: eautil:ul Food and ,pirits "...the casual atmosphere belies the sophisticated, creative cooking. The organic produce sparkles with flavor, the seafood is scrupulously fresh..." Washington Post Experience our ndeniablt [eautit:ul lrunch Served on ourVeranda , 5undals from 10-2 Dinners Thursda - 5unda 5:O ITALIAN RISTOR&NTE, Piz; & BAR 227-3242 1608 Hwy. 1 & McKinley St. Dey ach ..... : , r: :,' Eat In or  Carry Out