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88 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, July 3 - July 9, 1998 Familiar faces join touring theater company at UD arts f :st in Lewes There will be many familiar faces on stage Friday, July 10, when the Missoula Children's Theatre (MCT) presents "The Tales of Hans Christian Ander- sen" at the University of skills through participation in the performing arts. The company will roll into southern Delaware on Monday, July 6, and hold auditions for as- piring thespians from 10 a.m. to Among the roles to be cast lo- cally are that of young Hans, the players, the villagers, the misers, Ida and a bouquet of mischievous flowers. More than making chil- dren feel like stars, MCT strives to MCT's touring productions come to town complete with cos- tumes, scenery, props and make- up. The company's residency at the Summer Arts Festival is spon- sored by Nicola's Pizza in cooper- Tickets may be charged with MasterCard and Visa by calling 855-1620. For more information on the MCT residency, call Becky Craft at 856-5421. Delaware's Summer Arts Festi- noon, in the theatre of Delaware teach lessons in art that can be car- ation with the Sussex Arts Coun- v al. Technical & Community College ried over in to life. In ev cry MCT cil. k( Approximately 60 local actors in Georgetown. production, girls are equal to Tickets are $5 in advance and in grades kindergarten through 12 No advance preparation is nec- boys, the disabled become able, $7 on the day of the show, and will be part of the show, and more essary and those auditioning the shy experiment with bravery, free to kids under 12. Advance local youth will work as assistant should plan to spend the full two the slow are rehearsed to perfec-tickets are available at the Lewes #" C.Hoti',' 0000ectorsa0000sta,0000a.00s00or000000 00ou00sSom00oft0000,00c00,wi C00am0000ro00Comm00rc00off0000 formances scheduled for I p.m. asked to stay for a rehearsal ira- w,,hole. 120 Kings Highway, at all UD and 7:30 p.m., on the grounds of mediately following. The lesson learned is that all of box offices in Newark, and at the I/ UD's Hugh R. Sharp campus in Rehearsals will be held in the them are necessary fur the show to university s southern Delaware |1 || Lewes. theatre from 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. go on. Few arenas exist where re- offices at 69 Transportation Circle l/ ennttt CUlt aaskets &. Soups, Sala, & lmrt'rra !ll]] It's all part of MCT's unique all week, until the performance on sponsibility is taught and learned in Dover and Route 18 at the touring company that is dedicated July 10. MCT actors and directors so clearly," an MCTspokesperson Carter Partnership Center in I  12711RehobothMm ]1[ lehoboth Beach //I to helping children develop life will conduct the rehearsals, explained. Georgetown. \\; 302-227-70 y ] x Open 7-7 Dally  [ Country Music Feet premiers at Lewes festivalJuly 9 I The University of Delaware s Brothers Band took their show to "n Nashville, and about 10 years af- ter the band came together for a junior high school talent show, and four years after they came to college, they were signed by RCA/Nashville. The band released its first al- bum. "Cows on Main Street," in 1996, and has taken its act on the road, playing for line-dance bars and opening for arena country acts. The Thompson Brothers will join country sensation Ricochet, The Lynns and Matt King at the University of Delaware's College of Marine Studies, 6 p.m., Thurs- day, July 9. Tickets for the show can be pur- chased from the University of Delaware's Georgetown office at Delaware Tech or the Dover of- rice at 69 Transportation Circle. Visa and MasterCard orders will be taken at the Georgetown office Tickets are also available at the Lewes Chamber of Commerce. Country Music Feet is coming to Lewes on Thursday, July 9, as part of its Summer Arts Festival. The concert will begin at 6 p.m., at the College of Marine Studies, and will feature country bands in- cluding Ricochet, The Lynns, Matt King and the Thompson Brothers Band. , The Thompson Brothers Band just released their latest album, "Blame it on the Dog," with its hit single, "Back on the Farm." The group got its start in Boston, where lead guitarist Andy Thomp- son, and his brother, Matt Thomp- son played along with their dad's eight-track Willie Nelson tapes. By the time they were 13, the two had added Mike Whitty - the kid down the street - and were open- ing for Badfinger in Boston. Be- fore they were old enough to drive, they were performing "The Monster Mash" as Boris Pickett's "Crypt Kickers." After college, the Thompson WEDNESDAY 1/2 PRICE BURGERS 5-10 OUR FAMOUS HAPPY HOUR 9-1 Featuring $1.50 16 oz. Bud Or Bud Light..and Happy Hour Prices on everything*. "GREAT FOOD AT A GREAT VALUE" APPETIZERS. BURGERS, SANDWICHES, FRESH SALADS, STEAMED SEAFOOD & ENTREES. The Thompson Brothers Band is just one band to perform at the Country Music Feet in Lewes on Thursday, July 9. For more information, call 855- for children, 12 and under. The 1620 or 628-3789. Advanced tick- concert is being held in coopera- et prices are $15 for adults, $10 Lion with the Boys & Girls Clubs. OPEN DALLY 11:30 AM to 1 AM MENU SPECIALIZING IN: t't V Fresh Fish, No.Filler Crab Cakes, Jl  Char.Grilled Burgers & Steaks, Sand. ':"  f Jr ti -" wiches (Hot & Cold), Seafood Potato , ' ,.. Skins, Homemade Soups & More IRISH EYES ATLANTIC THEATERS Fri., July 3 - Thurs., July 9 Midway Palace Theatre Midway Shopping Center, Route One, Rehoboth Beach 645-0200 OUT OF SIGHT (2:03)(R) 3 Shows Nightly 5:00 7:30 9:45 A PERFECT MURDER (1:50)(R) 3 Shows Nightly 4:20 6:45 9:00 THE X-FILES MOVIE IN D.T.S. SOUND)(2:01 )(PC-13) 3 Shows Nightly 5:00 7:40 9:55 'HE HORSE WHISPERER (2:44)(PG-13) 2 Shows Nightly 4:00 7:30 DOCTOR DOLITTLE (1:30)(PG-13) 3 Shows Nightly 4:00 7:15 9:15 MULAN (1:30)(G) 3 Shows Nightly 4:20 6:45 9:00 THE TRUMAN SHOW (1:44)(PG) 3 Shows Nightly 4:30 7:00 9:15 RAINY DAY MATINEE DAILY AT 1:00 P.M. Rehoboth Mall Cinema Rehoboth Mall, Route One, Rehoboth Beach 645-0200 CAN'T HARDLY WAIT (1:38)(PG-13) 2 Shows Nightly 7:15 9:40 HOPE FLOATS (1:50)(PG-13) 2 Shows Nightly 7:00 9:40 SIX DAYS, SEVEN NIGHTS (1:49)(PG-13) 2 Shows Nightly 7:10 9:50 TITANIC (3:17)(PG-13) 1 Show Nightly 7:30 ARMAGEDDON (2:30)(PG-13) 2 Shows Nightly 6:40 9:30 WENT DOWN (I:4S)(R) 2 Shows Nightly 7:00 9:50 RAINY DAY MATINEE, DALLY AT 1:00 P.M.