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CAPE GAZETTE, Friday; July 14. July 20, 2000 - 77 Cape Region teen ro,00ter to work with New York actors in Lewes Recent Cape Henlopen High School graduate and soon to be college freshman, Kristen Foery, is getting an opportunity that any established playwright would en- vy. Her play, "Stones" written for the Cape Henlopen High School spring one-act play festival, is getting a weeklong workshop with some well-established pro- fessional actors and director, cul- minating in two staged readings that are open to the public. "Stones" is part of Henlopen The- ater Project's (HTP) New Works/New Voices series that promotes the development of new plays and playwrights. Foery, who will attend Dart- mouth College this fall, will work with three New York actors, in- eluding Helen Piper Coxe, who was on Broadway in last year's Tony-award winning play, "Side- man" and has been featured in several off-Broadway and region- Opening Continued from page 76 "It is because of the generosity of Steve Elkins and Mary Jane Stanton, co-owner of Celsius, and the support of Steve Fallon at Shore Haus and Carol and the staff of the Gayzette that HTP has this incredible opportunity to sup- al produc- tions. HTP's managing di- rector, James FitzSimmons, who has worked with Coxe, said, "I thought of Helen imme- COXE diately. She is incredibly funny and will be able to provide Kristen with some good inspiration. Besides, she does the best Shelly Winters im- pression I have ever witnessed." The rest of the cast includes Jimmy Holder, who appeared on Broadway in "The Mineola Twins" with Swoosie Kurtz, and in HTP's first New Works/New Voices "Two On the Aisle, Three In a Van;" and Christine Fall, who has worked off-Broadway and re- gionally. "Stones" is being direct- ed by another "Two on the Aisle" alumnus, Shelley Delaney, who port the community," said Hen- Iopen Theater Project (HTP) man- aging director James FitzSim- mons. "What a great way to cele- brate the .opening night of this powerful and important play." Tickets are $25, which includes the price of the show and a post performance reception with Marc Wolf at Celsius Restaurant. Those who are attending the had seen a version of "Stones" at HTP's second annual High School The- ater Festival, where she and FitzSimmons were adjudica- HOLDER tors. Although FitzSimmon's was originally slated to direct "Stones," his schedule, which calls for managing five perform- ances in four weeks, was too crowded and he and HTP artistic director Lisa Pelikan tapped De- laney instead. "Shelley was a natural choice to direct "Stones;" besides being an amazing actress, she is a smart new director. We both directed new plays for a festival in New York City last year and I was very impressed with her work," FitzSimmons said. "I think it's a show another night and would like to meet Wolf are invited to stop by Celsius Restaurant, locat- ed at 50-C Wilmington Avenue, Rehoboth Beach, at 9:30 p.m. Admission at the door is $8, which also includes food and drink. For more information and reser- vations, call 226-4103 or 226- 4104. befitting combination: a burgeon- ing director and a budding play- wright." "Stones" will be presented at 8 p.m., July 14 and 15, at the Little Theater at Cape Henlopen High School. A discussion with the cast and playwright will follow the show. Tickets are $10 and $5 for students under 18. HTP sub- scribers pay $3. All proceeds ben- efit the New Works/New Voices program. For more information, call 226-4103 or 226-4104. Lane to perform at Second Street Grille International cabaret singer Holly Lane will perform on two consec- utive Thursday evenings, July 20 and 27, at Second Street Grille, 115 Second Street in Lewes. Lane has performed all over the world, including special appearances on cruise ships, in niteclubs and theatres. From sultry jazz ballads and standards to show tunes and blues, she has mastered the art of enter- mining crowds. Dinner reservations for these special performances, slated for 7:30 to 10:30 p.m., are highly suggested, according to chef Ray Richardson. For details and reservations, call 644-4121. Seventeen Miles, Hundreds of SAIL wrI'H (IS TO THE BARGAINS. From June 16 to October 15, your S15.5o ticket gets you round-trip foot passen- ger service, shoreside transportation and a book of coupons good at merchants in Cape May, Rehoboth Beach and Lewes. In Delaware, our shuttle will take you to downtown Lewes, Rehoboth Beach and Rehoboth Outlets. In New Jersey, the shuttle stops at the charming, historic shops in Victorian Cape May. Call 6o9-889-72oo or 3o2-644-6030 for more information. SAIVII)LE OUR T.akl'E - TEMPTING CUISINE. For dinner, enjoy an a la carte.dining experience any Monday through Friday, or on Saturdays and Sundays, try a buffet dinner. From June 29 to September lO, our mouth-watering buffet is featured in both the DeBraak Restaurant aboard the MV Twin Capes or the Atlantis Restaurant on the MV Cape May. For reservations, call 1-Soo-64-FERRY. TAKE "IJGI-U1]r-IOOSE PtTI'E'S FAMILY FUN CRUISE." Come face-to-face with our new mascot on this three-hour cruise. Lighthouse Pete the Pirate will be there--along with music and downs! Delicious food and beverages will be available for purchase onboard. - Departs the Cape May terminal at 4:2o pm or the Lewes terminal at 5:oo pm any Wednesday from July 12 to August 3o. Tickets: $12.5o, $3.5 for children 6 and under. Call 1-8oo-64-FERRY for reservations. FOR RESERVATIONN 1-800-64-FERRY FOR DI-'I)ARTORr "I'INII'S CALL (302) 426-1155