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42 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, May 19 - May 25, 1995 Greater Tuna opens in resort May 25 Every single one of the 20 wacky residents of er. One is Kim Parker Wray of Millsboro, who is al- Greater Tuna, Texas is headed for Rehoboth Beach and bringing their own radio station - "275 watts of power, call letters OKKK- with them. The crew will show Easterners what real talk radio is like in the Lone Star State when they arrive at the Baystar Dinner Theatre, part of the Sea Horse Restaurant in Rehoboth Beach, on Thursday, May 25. That&apos;s when "Greater Tuna", an outrageous comedy, opens for a six-week stay through June 29. As audiences meet each of theTex Tunas and find out all about their small town, down home wit and sometimes wisdom, two actors who comprise the entire cast will he setting records for quick changes of make up and costumes. Sandy Alexander of Rehoboth Beach and Michael Wray of Millsboro are tim actors playing all 20 parts - male, female, old, young. To cope with the cos- tume changes, each actor has his own personal dress- so the show's producer, and the other is Mikki Kahne of Lewes. When it all comes together, "Greater Tuna" makes for a funny evening that leaves audiences limp from laughter. The play was written by Jaston Williams, Joe Sears and Ed Howard. It opened in New York City on 1982 at Circle in the Square Downtown. It is brought to the Baystar Dinner Theatre in Rehoboth by Baystar Productions and is directed by Geoff Thompson of Rehobuth, with sound by Richard Eck- erdof Dagsburo and Suzette Riggin of Georgetown. "Greater Tuna" will run Thursday and Friday evenings, with a varied buffet on Thursdays and the special Sea Horse seafood and prime rib buffet on Fridays. Both are all-you-can-eat. Dinner begins at 6 p.m., with curtain at 7:30 p.m. For reservations call the Sea Horse at 227-745 I. Del. artists on exhibit at SCAC gallery To open May 25 The 40th Anniversary Mem- bers' Juried Exhibition of the Council of Delaware Artists (CO- DA), to be displayed in the Sussex County Arts Council's Gallery, Georgetown, from May 25 hrough July 14, will feature 59 ,orks by as many artists. Juror Belena Chapp, director of the University Gallery, University f:. Delaware, stated "knowing .<,w hard working and committed atists are as a lot, it was a delight : put together an exhibition rich is so inclusive and gener- +s of spirit. I believe the final re- :Lllt illustrates the depth and .-.eadth of the artistic activity in the CODA membership and repre- sents the diversity of style and technique which characterizes the group." The artists exhibit a consider- able command of the materials and processes, and this, when cou- pied with individual expressive- ness, makes for memorable and noteworthy art." Celebrating its 40-year tradition of bringing art to the community, this once small group of visual artists has evolved into a group of over 60 professional men and women artists who have commit- ted themselves to community in- volvement through exhibitions, workshops, lectures and student scholarships. CODA also strives through monthly meetings to keep its membership informed about cur- rent views and trends in the arts, as well as artists' rights regarding government policies and laws. Membership is open to artists of competence and serious intent in the visual arts in Delaware and en- virons. The gallery, located in the Delaware Tech Theatre lobby, is open from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m., Mon- day through Thursday, and 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Friday. For more information call 856- 5421. I' rOae(3ugar & Opice Collection Join us at the  _ Olive Avenue Tearoom and Boutique  i lg in Rehoboth for... 4 ell. Designer Showhouse 111  107 Second Street - Lewes, DE - 645-0189 _.,' FINE BABY TO TEEN FURNITURE & ACCESSORIES 000000000@00 @00@0000@00000 Bring this ad in and receive $5.00 off any $25.00 or more purchase.. 00000000000000000000000000 YES, we do have the SWIMSUIT Diaper in what a life saver for Mom and Dad. k! Expires 7/31/95 One Coupon Per Purchase Of $25.OO Or More 227-2102 Hwy. One Rehoboth OPEN DALLY,. Just look for the Blue and Pink Stork!! ...... py ':'::::IL/::;i:";iili ' ;' :: .... AT THE BAR !i,:. -'LZ// ............... :: Everts  Samp/e From The utteru ....... aie na,- ' : , Extensive : Wine List ............ =_ <" : Will Be Available lrl. &   ' ,: Serving Brat from iam to 10 am Lunch I I to 2, Rirmer5 to 9 (Fri. & Sat. 'till I0) Sday Brunch 11 to 2:30 O "esday - Monday * (Closed Tuesday} -i .. .... Announcing Two New Restaurants Woody'a Bar & 1/2 Price Entr6es Every Thursday Happy Hour - All Night Long SELECTED BEERS $ I Treetops Fine Dining In The Most Romantic Garden Setting You Can Imagine! Nightly Specials Wide Selection of Seafood. FRIDAY NIGHT PRIME RIB $9.95 Serving At 5:00 p.m. Everyday The 9w Dinner BelI Inn 2 Christian St., Phoboth CallUs At 27- For Reservations