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]r 104 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, Aug. 8 -Aug. 14, 2003 Street Kids act up with classics; shows set Aug. 15-16 Performing two children's clas- sics, Second Street Players' Street Kids take the stage Aug. 15-16 at the Riverfront Theatre in Milford. Street Kids, ages eight to 16, present the timeless C.S, Lewis tale, "The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe," at 7 p.m., Friday, Aug. 15, and Saturday, Aug. 16. Street Kids Jr., ages five to seven, perform a musical version of the Brothers Grimm Fairy Tale, "Three Billy Goats Gruff," at 3 p.m., Saturday, Aug. 16. Tickets for all shows are $5 general ad- mission; there is no reserved seat- ing. Representing eight different communities, 31 Street Kids par- ticipate in the 2003 youth summer theatre workshop. Included in the cast of "The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe" are James Batche- lor, Anna Batchelor, Kaitlin Weaver, Amanda Kessler, Stella Seibert, Lindsay Schulze, Kristen Schulze, Dawn Hopkins, Brian- non Troyer, Carrie Boyser, Bread- na Pierce, Blake Tuttle, Brent Wingrove, Molly King, Levi Dodge, Madison Dodge and A!exandra Paquette. Also performing with Street Kids are Jamie_Shea, Maddie Thomas, Cailin McGarrigle, An- drew Whitehead, Jessie Howard, Elizabeth Godwin, Jill Winsby- Fein, Sam Pate, Cecilia Portz, Samantha Blizzard, Corey Williamson, Corey Hayes, Gailyn Neutzling and Stephen Terriault. Appearing with the Juniors are Brittany Batchelor, Hannah May- horn, Logan Troyer, Madison Troyer, Colton Paquette, Danny Elliott, Libby Dissinger, Rebecca Blizzard, Emily Blizzard, Emma Wiktorchik, Calum Hayes and Dylan Brown. Street Kids is an annual youth summer theatre workshop that in- troduces young people to all as- pects of a stage production. Di- rected by players' board member, Mark Dissinger, both age groups will learn and rehearse lines and blocking as well as participate in set and costume creation. Each year, parents and Second Continued on page 105 Film society, CAMP Rehoboth to host benefit Aug. 22 The Rehoboth Beach Film So- ciety and CAMP Rehoboth Women's Project will host a bene- fit screening of the award winning documentary, "No Secret Any- more: The Times of Del Martin and Phyllis Lyon," at 7 p.m., Aug. 22 in the upstairs creening room of the Movies at Midway. The evening will begin with a Meet the Director party at 7 p.m., with hers d'oeuvres from Queenz Quizine and the film will follow about 8 p.m. A question and an- swer will follow the screening. The film tells the story of Del Martin and Phyllis Lyon, who have been partners in love and po- litical struggle for 50 years. With incisive interviews, rare archival images and warm-hearted humor, this documentary reveals their in- spiring public work as well as their charming private relation- ship. Martin and Lyon are known as the founders of the modern les- bian civil fights movement. : When they launched the Daughters of Bilitis in 1955, it be- came the first public organization for lesbians in America. This doc- umentary follows their story through half a century, tracing the emergence of lesbians from the fear of discovery to an expecta- tion of equality. "No Secret Any- more" shows Martin and Lyon creating coalitions that took on the prevailing belief that lesbians were illegal, immoral and sick. The pair did groundbreaking work on lesbian mothers, sex edu- cation, family violence and more, always working both from within and outside the organizations they sought to change. Today, these unapologetic and unstoppable ac- tivists are now also educating the aging movement on the needs of older lesbians. Tickets are $10 for Rehoboth Beach Film Society l00egas at the Sands! Rehoboth Beach Film Society to host lecture, screening Aug. 16 at Midway The Rehoboth Beach Film Soci- " duction experience, working with Tickets are $8 for Film Society ety will offer a lecture/video pres- entation on documentary film- making in the Delmarva region at 7 p.m., Saturday, Aug. 16, in the upstairs screening room of the Movies at Midway. Sharon Baker of Wilmington-based Teleduction, will provide the audience with an overview of the type of quality work that is currently being pro- duced in the First State. Baker's creativity and devotion to serving the community through the media arts have been the driv- ing forces behind Teleduction's success for more than 20 years. Her extensive international pro- leading cultural institutions, scholars and private organizations like the Carter Partnership Center, has netted her many prestigious industry awards. She continues to pursue a life- long interest in public affairs and documentary filming. Among Teleduction's current projects in the region are "Las Polleras: Hope in America" ex- ploring the Hispanic population which provides a workforce to Delaware's chicken industry and a project highlighting Funland, a staple on the Rehoboth Beach boardwalk. members and $10 for nonmem- bers and are available by calling. 645-9095. Space permitting, tick- ets will also be available at the door the night of the show. ITALIAN RISTORANTE, PIZZA & BAR Serving Breakfast Saturday & Sunday FUNDAY MONDAYS ARE BACK Everything at the Bar $2.50 Every Tuesday - Acoustic Jam Sunday thru Thursday $1.00 Drafts di 5 p.m. Eat-in or Carry-Out Carry Out Open Friday & Saturday 'tii 3am  1608 Hwy. 1 & McKinley St, Dewey Be members and CAMP Rehoboth Founders' Circle and $15 for the general public. For more informa- tied, call the CAMP Rehoboth of- fice at 227-5620 or visit the CAMP Rehoboth office. 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