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Second Street When it comes to music, the '50s are as good a place as any to be stuck, md that is just where Second Street Players plan to be for their Annual Trustees Din- ner/Theatre Gala. The Players' major fundraiser of the year includes dinner at the Shawnee Country Club and an evening of entertainment at the Riverfront Theatre, all on Satur- day, Sept. 13. The musical revue, "Stuck in the Fifties" is presented by popular demand after the Play- ers 50s music revue of two years ago drew devotees from through- out southern Delaware. The show features more than 40 songs, and such well-known titles as "Rock Around the Clock," "That Will Be the Day," "Itsy Bit- Steppin' Out Continue(! from page 60 $2 drinks. Friday, Aug. 1 - Sky Brady from 6-8 p.m. and Honey Combo from 9 p.m. until 1 a.m. (deck) and Danny Shivero from 7;30-11:30 p.m. (lounge); Satur- day, Aug. 2 - Flower Power from 9 p.m. until 1 a.m. (deck) and Rick Walton from 7:30-11:30 p.m. (lounge); Sunday, Aug. 3 - 4-Way Street from 7-11 p.m. (deck); Fri- day, Aug. 8 - Sky Brady from 6-8 Exhibit Continued from page 58 New York City, but also on Long Island and for a while in Philadel- phia and Washington D.C. She earned a degree in pa.inting and writing from the State Univer- sity of New. York (SUNY) and has been working in those mediums Players "Stuck sy, Teenie Weenie, Yellow Polka Dot Bikini," "Splish, Splash" and "The Great Pretender" are includ- ed. Director Kim Yanacek said that the cast expects the audience to sing along, and there are even some dance-along songs planned. The cast includes singers who range from high school students to parents of high school students. Those who will be on stage to prove that rock and roll is here to stay are Chris Annand, Jennifer Calhoun, Pat Erhardt, Henry Green, Dulcena Kimmerlin, Kane Mowrey, Charles Mulrooney, John Ranney, Jennifer Slenz, Debbie Tappan, Roger Van- Corder and Kenney Workman. A six piece live band will pro- vide musical accompaniment. p.m. and Debbie Lind from 9 p.m. until 1 a.m. (deck) and Vegas & Catfish from 8 p.m. until midnight (lounge); Saturday, Aug. 10 - 4- Way Street from 7-11 p.m. (deck). For information, call 945-8900. Grotto Pizza: Long Neck Road. Friday, Aug. 1 - Sandcreek; Saturday, Aug. 2 - Vegas & Cat- fish; Friday, Aug. 8 - Denise and Jay; Saturday, Aug. 9 - Gene Ro- drick of The Roadsters. Entertain- ment featured from 9 p.m. until 1 a.m. For information, call 945- 6000. PEDDLER'S VILLAGE Ashby's Oyster House: ever since. "My husband's retired now so we thought this would be a good place to retire - among family and friends." The dance hall where musicians played for people dancing the nights away now exists only in the memories of people like Doffs. The condominium community of Gull Point stands where the summer resort of Rosedale used to in the Fifties" Tickets are available for the Trustees Gala, and the cost is $50 per person, with approximately half of that eligible for a tax de- duction. Those wishing to become trustees may reserve a table of 10 for $500. Trustees are recognized each year with a permanent plaque in the lobby of the Players' Riverfront Theatre. For information on the gala, call the ticketline, and leave a name and phone number. Public performances of "Stuck in the Fifties" are scheduled for Sept. 19, 20 and 21. Second Street Players' River- front Theatre is located at 2 S. Walnut St., downtown Milford. The theatre is air conditioned and accessible to the disabled. Route 24. Every Wednesday is Ladies' Night with DJ Dave Lem- mon from 9 p.m. until 1 a.m. For information, call 945-4070. MILFORD Library Square Caf4: Re- hoboth Blvd. Friday, Aug. 1 - Rick & Doc guitar and vocal duo; Saturday, Aug. 2 - "Worn Frets" with Bob Schaller; Saturday, Aug. 9 - Sol Knopf. Call 424-0510. Banking House Inn: 112 N.W, Front Street. Live jazz overlooking the Mispillion River every Friday starting at 5 p.m. with free hors d'oevres. For infor- mation, call 422-5708. draw thousands from the cities - the same Rosedale sung about by rock guitarist Eric Clapton when he was with the band "Cream" and recorded the Robert Johnson song "Crossroads." In addition to her jazz pieces which keep some of that former era alive, Price also does still lifes and portraits. Her exhibit will be on display at Framehouse through August. Food Great Drive On Down Friday- August 1st to "The Convertibles"  ;aturday- August 2n "Wise Guys" GOURMET PIZZA WOOD FIRED ROTISSERIE BAR Sunday August 3rd "The Damn Catz" CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, August 1- August 7, 1997 - 61 FREE T, For New 803A Rehoboth Ave (302) 227-6989 "Beach House" 25TH ANNIVERSARY SPECIAL THIS WEEK Baked Stuffed Flounder with Crab Imperial Including Salad Bar $15 95* Pat Tobin on the Grand Piano Serving dinner from 5.'00 p.m. Wednesday thru Sunday DJ Friday & Saturday For Dancing 9:00 p.m. Located at 59 Lake Avenue, Rehoboth Reservation 227-6121 Not valid with any other offers GUARANTEED BEST'vIEW00 IN REHOBOTH" For a spectacular view visit the Sea Grille on the top floor of the Henl0pen Hotel at the north end of theRehoboth Boardwalk, Enjoy our Friday Seafood Buffet and Live entertainment with Dave Brand Thurs. & Fri. and Michael Howard Wed. & Sat. 7-11 p.m. theiea00r00lle Enjoy Breakfast & Dinner Tuesday. to Sunday with Live Entertainment Top Floor of Heflopea Hotel at Horth End of Ro Bowldk (302) 227-2551  (800) 441-8450 i Entertain your way through a hot summer day Subscribe to the Cape Gazette