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70 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, August 1 - August 7, 1997 The Mad Hatter (Steve Seyfried) offers Alice (Elise Seyfried) a spot of tea in "Alice in Won- derland," produced and performed by the Rehoboth Summer Children's Theatre. For more in- formation about show times, call 227-6766. Rehoboth Summer Children's Theatre "Alice" cast includes young talent In addition to the familiar faces of Steve and Elise Seyfried, audi- ences will see some new talent on the stage of the Rehoboth Summer Children's Theatre during the per- formances of "Alice in Wonder- land." The theatre has initiated a Performance Apprentice Program this year which brings young ac- tors on stage with the Seyfrieds. The apprentices work with Steve for two days of rehearsal, then ap- pear in various roles and ensemble action in the play. This program is a follow-up to the regular Thurs- day morning workshops that the theatre has been conducting for/ the past several years. Several of the apprentices participated in those workshops and are now ready to take on even more ad- vanced challenges. The appren- tices range in age from 12-16. "Alice in Wonderland" was cho- sen for the apprentice series be- cause there are so many different characters that allow the appren- Biggs Museum schedules Schoonover 'birthday party' To commemorate the 120th an- niversary of Delaware artist Frank Schoonover, the Biggs Museum will hold a birthday celebration on Wednesday, Aug. 20 from 5 to 7 p.m. The pOblic is invited to enjoy the 21 works by the artist in the Biggs Collection plus a variety of objects loaned to the museum by John Schoonover, which will be on display from Aug. 6-24. The party will feature music from the same times as the paintings, rang- ing from Scott Joplin to the sounds of the Roaring 20s and in- to the 1930s. Admission is $15 for non-mbers!and $12 for mem- bers. Reservations are required and may be made by calling the museum at 302-674-2111. tices to get involved. These in- clude the Cheshire Cat, the Jack of Hearts, the White Knight and many other fantastic inhabitants of Wonderland. There are more performances of "Alice in Wonderland" at the the- atre this summer, including a show on Wednesday, Aug. 6. The curtain is at 7:30 p.m. and tickets are $4.50. The theatre is located in the Epworth United Methodist Church on Baltimore Avenue in Rehoboth Beach. For information about tickets or the apprentice program for this summer or next, call 227-6766. "Alice in Wonderland" is one of four plays currently being offered at the theatre in a revolving reper- tory format. The other shows in- clude "Peter Pan," "Cinderella," and "Robin Hood." Performances are Monday through Thursday evenings at 7:30 p.m. One-day theatre workshops are held Thurs- day mornings, with a session for five and six-year olds at 9:30 a.m. and a session for seven-12 year- olds at 10:45. The workshop fee is $7. Workshop registrations may also be taken over the phone. .b'VEY NIGI.IT IS SPECIM, AT WOODF'& MONDAYS. Margarita Night. discounted Maazltas & 112 price Nachos Continued from page 69 Rated PG- 13. Air Bud - Can a golden re- triever actually have NBA talent? Disney makes it happen. Just watch him dribble. Rated PG. Face-Off - John Travolta has plastic surgery to make himself look just like Nicholas Cage ("Leaving Las Vegas," "Con Air"). You won't know who's who in this white-knuckled ac- tion/adventure. Rated R. My Best Friend's Wedding - Responding to her fans' ardent pleas for another romantic come- dy, pretty woman Julia Roberts stars as a cynical food critic des- perate to break up her best friend/love interest (played by Dy- lan McDermott) and his yuppie fi- ancre (played by Cameron Diaz). Rated PG- 13. Out to Sea - "Grumpy Old Men" Jack Lemmon and Walter Matthau take to the high seas in this jaunty adventure. Rated PG- 13. Nothing to Lose - Comedy which stars Martin Lawrence and Tim Robbins. One has no job, the other has no life. Together, they have nothing to lose. Rated R. Also showing at the Diamond State Drive-In Theatre near Felton are the following movies: Shown at dusk, the "Men in Black," stars Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jones followed by the "My Best Friend's Wedding." Jean-Luc & Mary Jane Invite you to join them for dinner t the new 5 A I0000STAUI00ArIT 302-227-5767 Reseru, tlor Sug'geted Treat yourself to late nite gourmet dessert. Buy one get one Freer 10 p.m. -12 a.m. applies to arrivals after 10 p.m. only Fri. & Sat. Join us for Dinner and Receive 1/2 Price Cocktails all Night Sunday thru Thursday LOOK FOR OOR SPECIAL WINE & CIGAR DINNERS 50-C Wilmington Avenue, Rehoboth Beach E Y BI D NIN R SPECIALS Served 5 to 6 (Must be seated by 6) MONDAY $9.95 Dinner Entrees Includes salad, vegetable & potato (Excludes only 4 entrees) TUESDAY $8.95 Fish Entrees WEDNESDAY 1/2 Price Burgers THURSDAY 25% OFF ALL Entrees Dinner Nightly 5-10 p.m. Lunch Daily Until 5 p.m. Breakfast Sat. & Sun. 9-11:30 Sunday Brunch 11-3 p.m. Our New Separated "Cigar Room" Shuffleboard Table Comfortable Seating