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"School House" rocks to finfl weekend 00rith Second Street Players For those who still haven&apos;t age. T,i,.ckets for just the production performances, school groups of 10 front Theatre is at 2 S. Walnut St., learned their lyrical lessons, Reservations for the dinner/the- off'SchoolHouseRockLive! are or more receive a discount rate. downtown Milford. "School House Rock Live!" con- tinues this weekend at the Second Street Players' Riverfront Theatre in Milford. That famous Bill from Wash- ington is there, the star-seeking Interplanet Janet is set to blast off and the saucy women who suf- fered 'til suffrage will sweep it all up as the cast teaches a course in entertainment. During the show, the audience i:; likely to be pulled into the act for a little song and dance about how circulation keeps everything flowing, and most hands will be in the air as everyone finds counting on their fingers is good exercise for mind and body. Even those people who never leave their seats are sure to see themselves on the television screens that frame the stage. The roving camera catches young and old as they give in to singing along with the songs that teach Saturday morning television addicts good-natured lessons of grammar, math, science and civics. "School House" producer Dan Gaffney said that first weekend audiences proved that all ages re- member and enjoy the songs that feature the famous Bill, sitting on Capitol Hill, the world traveler who captures the audience as she unpacks her adjectives and the en. ergetic engineer who steers the train to "Conjunction Junction." "We had some kids who came right down and sat in the aisle, closer to the stage, so they could see the tv screens and almost be in the action," Gaffney said. "And, their parents and grandparents were back in their seats singing along, too. "it's great the number of adults who come to the show, even with- out kids, and many are finding that it is an excellent family out- ing that everyone enjoys." Taken directly from the Satur- day morning television series, the new musical, "School House Rock Live!," makes a Delaware debut with Second Street ; re- maining performances are May 23, 24 and 25. Appearing in "School House Rock Live!" are Amanda Gaglione and Nancy Broadhurst of Milton, Kristin Przywara, Jason Laurits and Jennie Slentz of Dover, Jacob Norfleet and Roger VanGorder of Lincoln, Katie Parkhill of Magnolia, Charlie Mulrooney of Milford and Tommi P arrett of Houston. For those who want to go to the Banking House before they come to the "School House," the restau- rant and Second Street Players of- fer a dinner/theatre package for $30. Available at the Banking House Jan before Friday ald Saturday aight performances, and before or tdier Sunday matinee, he fixed piice meat <.fiefs the,tre-goers a choice of entree, and the meal in- cludes salad, desse arid a bever- atre package will be taken at the Banking House Inn, 422-5708, and it is located at 112 NW Front St. $1 for all Friday and Saturday, 8 p.r. performances; senior citizens anl students pay a discount price of IS 11 for Sunday 3 p.m. matinee / Reservations are recommended, and can be made by calling 422- 0220. Second Street Players River- Second Street Players are sup- ported in part by the Delaware Di- vision of the Arts. In an example of the important graduate Jacob Norfleet, AKA A sings about his friends, the Sassap otic pets. Appearing in Second St] "School House Rock Live! n are, Parkhill and Norfleet. The show 23, 24 and 25. Killen's Pond water part The long awaited opening of the sh new Killens Pond State Park Wa- 'to ter Park will take place Saturday, ror May 24. The water park, located fal west of Frederica, is on the lead- " ing edge of community swimming nu facilities, in Far from the traditional rectan- Im gle public swimming pool con- ch cept, the park boats a variety of in- fac teractive water features. With its am innovative design and a large, ze- ro-depth entrance, the main pool riei features an area for lap swimming, pro underwater benches, a "mush- sio room fountain," and the 'Floating iter Lily Pad Walk." Two 27-foot 9 a high water slides twist and turn reg their way to a receiving splash the' pool. One of these slides is open the while the other includes an en- ant closed tube. There is also a tot del pool with two frog slides, and two the: f Rosanne Pack photo e of pronouns, Cape High Ibert Andreas Armadillo, qlla siblings and their ex- et Players' production of l-r, Jason Laurits, Katie continues in Milford, May to open May 24 )ting ground fountains. The lot' features spray fountains, . pull fountains, a pipe water- and a climbing platform. he facility will also include a ber of new amenities, includ- redesigned locker rooms with 'er hand/hair dryers, baby- nging stations, and lower toilet ilities, along with traditional .'nities. swim shop will provide a ra- y of sunning and swimming :lucts and a new food conces- i will serve a variety of food as. The pool hours will be from m. to 8 p.m. In addition to the alar state park entrance fee, 'e will be an additional fee for water park: $1.50 for adults $1 for children age 15 and un- Throughout opening day, e will'be door prizes. 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