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Carter Continued from page 78 Carter, Wallowitch and Carter's actor-husband, Hal Holbrook, at- tended a reception on Friday evening at Meredith Jenney and Jimmy Marshall's "Shell House" residence between Silver Lake Dixie Carter made a stop at Leo James A Salon in Re- hoboth Beach Aug. 8, before her show. Business owner James, shown here with Carter backstage after her performance, said she was "delightful, funny and nice." Summer Continued from page 78 said she felt the Henlopen Theater Project would have a healthy eco- nomic impact on the local econo- my. "I know a number of people ate dinner in Lewes prior to the Carter performance," said Amsterdam. "We need to keep track of those sorts of things as evidence for grant requests." Morris said he didn't feel the professional theatre being consid- ered would conflict with local the- atre groups. "Theatre-going breeds theatre-going. In New Castle County professional theatre didn't put local theatre out of busi- ness. The real 800-pound gorilla is home entertainment. We've got to get people away from the cable flipper." King added that her plans for HTP's education program in- cludes adult education. "We want everyone who loves theatre to be part of this." Lisa Pelikan, who would like to be HTP artistic director, said the 1999 season could include "film and TV stars that you know - here, live and on stage. The possible lineup could include two produc- tions - possibly one musical and one straight - and a third special event such as the Dixie Carter per- formance. A fourth production could be a work by the students of the National Youth Theater Acad- emy. I appreciate everyone's ef- fort and hope I can give what you want to see," said Pelikan. "The great thing about this pro- ject is that the community gets to ask itself how good it wants to be," concluded Morris. "Anything is possible. Aim for the best and don't settle for less. Lisa can bring rare opportunities because of the national-caliber actors she and Bruce [actor-husband Bruce Davidson] know. They want to work with Lisa and Bruce." and the Atlantic Ocean in Re- hoboth Beach. Dozens of Hen- lopen Theater Project supporters attended the reception and en- joyed speaking with the celebri- ties as well as taking a look at one of Rehoboth's more prominent beach homes - built in 1931 by CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, August 14 - August 20, 1998 - 79 Robert Carpenter - restored and improved in recent months by its new owners. Carter continued her work with the Henlopen Theater Project by conducting a master class at the Little Theatre on Sunday morning with a group of Sussex County students involved in local theatre. The visit of the actress and com- poser to Cape Henlopen High School won't soon be forgotten In addition to their memorable performance, Carter and Wallow- itch also agreed to sign the walls of the new dressing rooms recent- ly constructed just offstage of the Little Theatre main stage. '`They were a great way to inau- gurate our new dressing rooms," said King of the Henlopen Theater Project and Cape Henlopen High School Thespians. 227-6237 F:IISTO Classic Italian Cuisine Our 6th Season Fresh Pasta, Veal, Chicken and Seafood Prepared Daily -- By Popular Request- DINNER 5-10:30p.m. Everyday 32 Lake Ave., Rehoboth Beach For reservations 226-1160 Y)I00 '| Atl|J II '| AII|i I / / \\; 11 OPEN11 - lOp.m. Sun. - Thurs. - 11 p.m. Fri. & Sat. Family Feast Traditional Italian Entree Appetizer Best Fried Calamari at The Beach Freshly Breaded, Lightly Fried & Seasoned. Served with a Zesty Italian Dipping Sauce Pasta dinner for 4 Includes Salad, Meatballs and Garlic Cheese Bread. Choice of any One Pasta and our House Red Sauce Pasta Bowl Scampi Our Chef's Specialty- Shrimp Stuffed with Locatelli Cheese Wrapped with Prosciutto and Scallops. Baked in Garlic Butter and White Wine Topped with Mozzarella. Served with a side of Lemon Pepper Linguine and Fresh Vegetables Tuesday & Wednesday Evenings up your week with the inell(v $.n(115 (I V deE" Check out the beach's most relaxing MARTINI BAR ,,,sop.,. (302) 644-9005 22 Midway Shopping Center, Rehoboth Beach, DE 19971