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Cape Gazette ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 6- MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 2013 79 'A Midsummer Night's Dream' comes to Stango Park Sept. 2i Brown Box Theatre Project's third annual Free Shakespeare at the Beach tour will end with a final performance of' Midsum- mer Night's Dream" at 7 p.m Saturday, Sept. 21, on the outdoor stage of Stango Park, adjacent to the Lewes Public Library. Audi- ence members are reminded to bring a beach chair or blanket for the performance. Shakespeare at the Beach is the flagship production of Brown Box Theatre Project, a nonprofit theater collaborative founded in 2010 by Eastern Shore native Kyler Taustin with the goal of enlivening the region's theater Scene by bringing the performing arts to audiences who ordinar- ily lack access to live theater. 2013 marks Brown Box's third year bringing a fresh and inven- tive Shakespeare production to beach communities without charging admission. Sept. 21 will be the first time Brown Box has performed in Lewes. Brown Box actors will also provide two workshops. The first is Shakespeare: From Page to Stage at the library prior to the performance, Rosalie Nor- ris, education coordinator for Brown Box, says, "Shakespeare's text offers an amazing world of secret meanings and delights in every line and every word, which directly informs how it is performed. Come discover the richness found in Shakespeare's verse, and find a deeper connec- tion to the text of the play." This 55-minute interac- tive discussion will begin at 2 p.m. It is free but limited to 35 adult participants. Preregistra- tion is required. Go to tinyurl. com/brownboxadults or call the library, 302-645-2733, during regular business hours. The second workshop is at 3 p.m. for teens ages 12-17. The 55-minute interactive workshop is free but limited to 40 partici- pants. Pr-registration is required. Go to teens or call the library during regular business hours. For more information about this and other library programs, call the library at 302-645-2733 or visit Coastal Camera Club to host 'Painting with Light' Sept. 11 Harold Ross will present an whole light painting process in-depth three hour program to from start to finish. Attendees the Coastal Camera Club titled will see firsthand how lighting "Painting With Light," from 5:30 affects the composition of the to 8:30 p.m Wednesday, Sept. 11, image and how to create photo- at the Cadbury retirement corn- graphs through the light painting munity, 17028 Cadbury Circle, technique. Ross will also show Lewes. a selection of his light painting Ross is an award-winning, photographs. contemporary Philadelphiapho- To learn more, go to Ross' tographer who specializes in the website at www.ha oldross- unique and beautiful technique of painting with light. Through Programs by renowned this process, Ross creates stun- speakers are held on the second ning photographs by moving a Wednesday of each month, and hand-held light source in front competition nights are held on of the camera, the fourth Wednesday. For fur- During his presentation, Ross ther information go to www. will set up and demonstrate the , 1201 Savannah Road, Lewes, DE (302) 645-1980 Florence Harmon= Yubaba Beautiful 4yr old girl playful 4 month old kilenSweet little kitten 5:!i Sissy Lotus PrimroSe Super sweet hound mix Loveable bulldog mix 4 year old hound The Sundberg Team "Art & Diane Sell Sussex County!!" (302) 858-2398 Cell (302) 227-9477 Office Mann & Sons, Inc. 414 Rehoboth Ave. Rehoboth Beach, DE 19971 SPAY & Please donate your extra & unneeded sheets, towels & blankets in addition to a long list of needed sul pl0es to the SPCA. Bal rec.iated by the special an waating to be adopted. NEUTER! "Miles" Hecksher Adopted 2009 Minimum $25 purchase, restaurant only. II I We look forward to seeing youl