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CAPE GAZETTE - Friday, September I - Monday, September 4, 2006 - 147 Tony Danza coming to Dover Downs Oct. 4-5 Dover Downs Hotel & Casino, in association with the Three Little Bakers of Wilmington wel- comes stage and screen star Tony Danza when he brings his Las Vegas-style variety show for two performances at 3 p.m., Oct. 4 and 8 p.m. Oct. 5 in the Rollins Center. Since the show's sold-out debut in 1995, Danza has played Las Vegas, Atlantic City and New York including the famed Rainbow and Stars and Feinstein's at the Regency, today's premier showcase for cabaret performers. The 80-minute set was devel- oped in the Dean Martin-Frank Sinatra tradition, he said. "It's sort of a variety show, where I'm all the acts -- singing, dancing, a little comedy, some instrumen- tals." He continues to play engage- Fulton Continued from page 146 relationship, bringing her to new areas, such as New Hope, Pa. "I have seen pictures of Milton and I hear it's just charming," said Fulton, who plans to eat at The Buttery in Lewes during her stay. In her free time Fulton enjoys playing with her three dogs. She h a Bichon named Geraldine Page  two Pekingese named Rosemary Clooney and Ella Fitzgerald. Most of her time right now is spent recording and learning new music for her Christmas show and working on the soap opera. While she is not on the show as much as she used to be, she still enjoys the work. "It's important to keep work- ing," said Fulton. "The show has been very good to me." In 1960 when she first started working on the show, Fulton was supposed to play a sweet girl, but ments on the legendary Las Vegas strip, New York and Atlantic City, as well as many other major ven- ues across the country. "We are pleased to bring Tony Danza back to Delaware to per- form at Dover Downs Hotel & Casino," said Vicki Winton, presi- dent of Three Little Bakers. "When Tony appeared live on stage at the Three Little Bakers Dinner Theatre in Wilmington he packed the house for two days in May 2004. Most folks didn't know that he is an accomplished dancer and singer besides a come- dian and an actor." Danza, a 55-year-old Brooklyn native, has established himself as a veritable stage and screen star, as well as a respected producer having starred on some of televi- sion's most beloved and long-run- quickly decided she didn't want to be sweet. "I changed my attitude," said Fulton. "The audience can sense what you're thinking and I didn't want to be sweet." Since her first bad girl appear- ance many years ago, the charac- ter of Lisa has grown up some- what and now is more respected, said Fulton. "She has found that there are more important things than mate- rial things," she said. Fulton said she has always wanted to be an actress. As a child, her parents worked hard and encouraged her to follow her dream to become an actress. Her mother was a teacher while her father was a Methodist minister and moved the family around about .every four years. "If I didn'f like myself in the last town I could change myself in a new town," said Fulton. "I could start over again, which was kind of my basis for acting. My daddy had his stage at the pulpit and now ning series including the critically acclaimed series "Taxi" and the ABC comedy series "Who's the Boss?." He received an Emmy nomina- tion for a guest-starring role in "The Practice" and acclaim for his performance in the Broadway revival of "The Iceman Cometh". His big screen credits include "12 Angry Men" with George C. Scott and Jack Lemmon, "Angels in the Outfield" with Danny Glover, and a cameo in 2004'S Oscar-winning best picture "Crash." Tickets for the October per- formances are on sale now at a cost of $59. For tickets contact VIP Services at 800-711-5882, purchase and print your own tick- ets at doverdowns.com - powered by etix.com, or visit www.ticket- master.com I I have mine." Fulton will perform at 8 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 9 at the Milton Theatre. Doors open at 7 p.m. and each ticket costs $50 to benefit the theater's projects. The tickets include two drinks. After the show, Fulton will be available for autographs and her newest CD will be on sale. Besides that per- formance, Fulton will be perform- ing at the end of September at the Metropolitan Room in New York. For more information about Fulton visit www.eileenfulton.com. For ticket information for the Milton per- formance, either visit www.foot- lightsweb.com or call 684-3400. 'Tve just had a good life," said Fulton. 'T ve been very lucky." Tony Danza has established himself as a stage and screen star, as well as a respected producer, having starred on some of television's most beloved and long-running series, includ- ing "Taxi" and "Who's the Boss?"