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CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, June 19 - June 25, 1998 - 73 Baystar offers 'Last of Red the Hot Lovers' in Fenwick Barney Cashman made several mistakes when he decided to have a midlife affair. Three of them are here with him: (l-r) Jeannette, probably the world's most depressed woman; Bob- bi, a terribly stage struck, pot-smoking young airhead; and Elaine, a hard-nosed, let's-get-right-at-it type, who finds Bar- ney's bumbling approach bizarre. All three make Barney's attempt to join the sexual revolu- tion about as much fun for him as a shot in the foot, but makes audiences howl with laughter in Nell Simon's outra- geous comedy, "Last of the Red Hot Lovers," now playing on Wednesday and Thursday evenings in the Baystar Dinner Theater. Geoff Thompson of Millsboro is Barney, with (l-r) Catie Shingleton of Salisbury as Jeannette, Lindsay Henderson of Ocean City as Bobbi and Kim Wray of Millsboro as Elaine. The Baystar Dinner Theater is in Jordan's Rooftop Restaurant, atop the Fenwick Inn at 139th and Coastal Highway in Ocean City, Md. For reservations and information, call 302-945-5763. Classes Continued from page 71 on either July 23 or July 24. The cost is $15 for members and $17.50 for nonmembers per class. Students must register before at- tending. Discovering Pen and Ink, with Dolores Andrew, works with lines - lines that will create shape, light and shade, texture and value. A repertoire of line techniques are developed to help the student ex- press these principles, using sim- ple to challenging exercises. The class meets from 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. and costs $35 for members and $45 for nonmem- bers. Students should bring a bag lunch. Miniature Painting for the Holi- days, with Dolores Andrew, meets from 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., July 27. Various subject matter is of- fered that can be completed in any preferred medium. Work can be finished for gifts, made into notepaper. Some expe- rience in medium preferred. The cost is $35 for members and $45 for nonmembers. Teens 13 and older will enjoy Pottery 102, with sue Weber. The class handles both beginners and students who have previously tak- en Pottery 101 or another pottery class. Students will learn the pot- ter's wheel, handJouilding, glaz- ing, kiln loading and more. The class meets from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. on the following Wednesdays: July 29, Aug. 5, 12, 19 and 26. The cost is $70 for members and $80 for nonmem- bers, with a $30 materials fee to be paid to Rehoboth Art League. Drop in and experiment at the Open Painting Studio, with artist Rosemary Castiglioni, who will offer individual help and instruc- tion. The open session is an opportu- nity to come together with others interested in painting and for stu- dents to work at their own pace. The open studio will be held July 30 or 31-or both days. The cost is $15 for members and $17.50 for nonmembers. Registration is re- quired before dropping in. A natural basket using the tech- nique of Appalachian construction on a grapevine frame is made in Wild Wonderful Baskets, taught by Bea Whitehead. Smoked reed, sea grass, ivy, Virginia creeper, roots and anything else the class can find will be used to create unique baskets. Students bring any embellish- ments they wish to add. The class meets from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., July 30 and 3 t, and is $60 for members and $70 for nonmembers, with a $15 materials fee to be paid to the instructor. A free workshop for all artists, Getting in Gear, will be held from 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., July 20. This workshop will focus on the busi- ness side of the art world and in- cludes topics such as photograph- ing your work, marketing to gal- leries, matting and framing, and getting grants. Other tips and sug- gestions will be offered. Partici- pants should bring a bag lunch. Anyone who would like to sign up for classes in July should call the Rehoboth Art League at 227- 8408 and ask about the supply lists for each class. ,,, ic  M  0 ." 1% e - zght [ cSth I A I0000STAUI00AI'IT 227-5767 Reservations Suggested ..... Wine Tasting Prix-Fixe Dinner 3 Courses, 2 Wines $30 Monday's Buy I Entrde, Get I Free* with purchase of appetizers Not valid on holidays / 2rid entrde must be equal or less value Serving Dinner Nightly from 5 p.m. 50-C Wilmington Avenue Rehoboth Beach iiii!iiiii!] 00ttnl Jura a4.as it eaopmn Harold MelvlnPs Blue Norm 00tuml mm,m Brqenner' July 1&2 $15-$3Z50 Reserved & general admission Order tickets eaHy 302-674-4600, ext. 777 or stop by Dover Downs Guest Services. All shows are located in 3rd floor grandstand unless otherwise indicated. Prices, dates and dines subject to change. A Station Avenue Production, llW All Games are video lottery games controlled by the [Maw'are Lottery.You must be 21 to play. Gambling Problems? 1-888-850-8888 Delaware Coundl on Gambling Problems July 8&9 All Seats $1Z50 Route 13 Dover, DE 1-800-711-5882 www.doverdowns,com O