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72 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, September 24 - September 30, 1999 Second Street Players offer 'Moon Over Buffalo' Submitted photo Earl Byasse will present a tribute to Irving Berlin and his music at Milford Senior Center with a series beginning Thursday, Sept. 30. Irving Berlin Remembered series slated for Milford Friday, Sept. 16 at the center and will run through Jan. 21. A Look at Colonial Times Through Music will be presented on Sunday, Oct. 24. This hour and a half presentation will feature colonial music on authentic and reproduction early American in- struments by Ginger and David Hildebrand of Severna Park, Md. The musical celebration will conclude Sunday, Nov. 21, with a Harvest Moon Dinner Dance, with music of the 1930s, 40s and 50s by the Milford Community Dance Band and a dinner catered by the Sail Loft Restaurant. The Move to the Beat series is open to senior center members at no charge (membership is open at all times); the Irving Berlin & His Music series is open to the public at no charge; A Look at Colonial Times Through Music" is $5 gen- eral admission; and the Harvest Moon Dinner Dance is $15 per person. Irving Berlin may be gone, but his wonderful music will be re- membered "Always." A special three-part series will be per- formed by Earl Byasse from 1 to 2:30 p.m., on Thursdays - Sept. 30, Oct. 7 and Oct. 14 - at the Mil- ford Senior Center. Byasse will present an overview of the life and music of Irving Berlin through dialogue, vocal and in- strumental music and some unique memorabilia. A short sin- gaiong will follow each presenta- tion. Byasse is a local.pianist/vocal- ist who will share his love for Berlin's music with audiences. These performances are the result of the collaborative effort of the Delaware Music School and the Milford Senior Center, as part of their music millennium celebra- tion. Other programs include the 16- week Move to the Beat music and movement series which began Rehoboth Library sets book sale The Rehoboth Beach Public Li- brary will hold its binannual book sale from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., Satur- day, Oct. 2. Due to the construc- tion, the sale will be held in the small lot in the rear of the build- ing and include sweatshirts, book- bags, books, cassettes and plants. For details, call 227-8044. Second Street Players open the acclaimed Broadway comedy, "Moon Over Buffalo," Friday, Oct. 8. The show features a cast of familiar fac and newcomers to the Riverffont Theatre. Milford resident Mark Dissinger makes his directing de- but; he is assisted by LeRoy An- drews, of Houston. Lincoln resi- dent and president of the players' board of directors, John Moore serves double duty as producer and as one of the characters on stage. Moore has directed, pro- duced and handled lighting and sound for the group, but this is his first time appearing on stage. Frequent performer, Georgiana Staley portrays a character played on Broadway by Carol Burnette; active in three theatre groups, she estimates that she has appeared in 60 shows. Mike Tipton, who was recently seen in the Second Street production of "12 Angry Jurors," joins another "Jurors" cast mem- ber Scott Fitzgerald. Fitzgerald has also appeared on the River- front Theatre stage this season in "A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum." Playing Staley and Moore's daughter, Milford High School Student Carly Chamberlin was seen this summer in the players' production of "The Importance of Being EarneSt." Lori Sansbury of Dover makes her debut with Sec- ond Street as does Nathan Thorp of Georgetown. Thorp was in two Possum Point Players' produc- tions earlier this season. Felton resident Kristy Litten also makes her first appearance at Riverfront Theatre. A Wesley College stu- dent, she has performed in high school and readers theatre pro- ductions. A play about players, plays togetherista,s together, as "Moon Over Buffalo" takes the long as no one g e. " in someone audience backstage and gives an else's key light. "Moon Over Buf- 6x'ample of true life being falo" runs Oct. 8,9, I0, 15, 16 stranger than even dramatized tic- 17; Friday and Saturday show, lion. There ate hints of infidelity,  : are 8 p.m., Sunday 'matinees, : family clitoral!and general confu- sion when it comes fo relation- ships, costuming and paying the bills. However, there might be truth to the adage, the family that p.m. All seats are reserved and ticket price is $10. Senior citizens and students pay a discount price of $9 for Sunday matinees. Call 422-0220 for reservations. A Classical Music Concert .with Saturday, September 25 8:00 p.m. St. Peter's Episcopal Church f 2nd & Market Streets, Lewes, Delaware Tickets - Concert & Reception $1' Tickets Available at: In Bethany: In Rehoboth: In Lewd: The Station Gallery Browseabont Books The Stepping Stone , Bethany Beach Books Sugar & Spice Gary's Beach Caf In: 30-645-1539 f Dinner from 5:30 p.m.. Closed Wednesdays PAN ASIAN BISTIRO 37 ton Avenue 302-226-0400 "WHO DUN:.: IT?" " Every Saturday Wednesdays, June through SelTtember Toll Free I-8aa-6TOOT (866a)  :