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Fair Continued f-tom page 74 Saturday, July 26 Nickelodeon Live! U PICK NICK.Shows at 1 and 4 p.m. Tickets are $3 for general admis- sion, $3for reserved grandstand CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, July 11 - July 17, 1997 - 75 bleachers and $5 for track chairs or track bleachers. Giant Demolition Derby, 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $5 for adults and $3 for children under 10; $5 for clubhouse; $6 for unreserved grandstand bleachers. Midway and Strates Shows open at noon. Horseshoe Pitching Champi- onship, 4-H Avian Bowl, 4-H Building, all 1 p.m. Delaware's 4-H Fashion Re- vue - Free Stage, 4 p.m. For more information, call 302- 398-5020 from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday througla Friday. Former principal ballerina, Alia Osipenko, shown here with Vladimir Nikolaevich Shumeikin, artistic director of the In- ternational Ballet Theater;will instruct the workshop being held later this month. International Ballet Theater comes to Rehoboth Aug. 2 The International Ballet Theater of the Performing Arts (IBT), a fledgling company founded here in the United States in 1992 by four former students of the Kiev (Ukraine) State School of Chore- ography, will bring their world wide tour to the Rehoboth Beach Convention Hall 6 p.m. on Satur- day, Aug. 2. The four former school mates turned partnerS, Vladimir N. Shumeikin, Artistic Director/Choreographer; Alexan- der Boitsov, Ballet Master; Irena Matiash, Prima Ballerina; and Galina Shumeikina, Costume De- signer, bring over 60 years of dance experience to the compahy and are held in high regard by the performing arts world for their very talented dancers. IBT was formed to foster, main- tain and disseminate the unique quality of the Russian School Bal- let. Their mission is to preserve the classic Russian ballet by showcasing its jewels ("Swan Lake," "The Nutcracker," "Sleep- ing Beauty" and more) along with the highlights of Slavic and other folklore dance expressions. The Russian Ballet School pro- duced such ballet greats as Mikhail Baryshnikov, Irina Mati- ash, Rudolph Nureyev, and Na- talya Makarova. IBT desires to find equal talent as they train new students. The dancers performing in the ballet are either former or current students of Shumeikin. Often guest artists from major bal- let companies in America and abroad perform for their former teachers at various theaters. The featured dancers are Alexander Boitsov and Irina Mati- ash. They will perform many Russian classics and some origi- nal works, too. These two dancers are heralded as "groomed to be the finest," "stunning skill as well as wholehearted and whole spirit- ed energy." "It's basically like a dance recital," said Joy V. Cadden, di- rector of Flossie Vogel's Dance Continued on page 78 c THE OTTAGE CAFE :'[arbor Z igh ts restau ra nt "Serving delicious food with a relaxed atmosphere for the whole family." BREAKFAST DAILY. 8 A.M. - NOON Saturday/Sunday 7:30-12:30 Closed Wednesday iiiiiiiiiiii!ili i i!!!ili!iiiiii!i (ilii i [ DINNER BUFFET  2nd ADULT DINNER BUFFET ONLY Tuesday & Wednesday July 15,1997 July 16, 1997 NEW Fabulous lOOft. Dinner Buffet MUST PRESENT COUPON WHEN SEATED ONE COUPON PER PERSON