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: 94 FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 24 - MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 2010 iS:': ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT Cape Gazette Players to 'Cat on a Hot Tin Roof' Performances set Oct. 1-3; Oct. 8-10 "Cat on a Hot Tin Roof," Ten- ner theater package Saturday, nessee Williams' award-winning Oct. 2. play about a Southern family Ben Lonski of Magnolia makes torn apart by greed, secrets and his Riverfront Theater directori- |ies, will be at Second Street al debut with a dynamic cast in Players' Riverfront Theater for this powerful production of two weekends, Friday-Sunday, Williams' Pulitzer Prize-winning Oct. 1-3 and Oct. 8-10. classic. Second Street is again parmer- In Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, a ing with The Georgia House to powerful Southern family gath- offer a special show-inspired din- ers at a birthday celebration for ~ " SUBMITTED PHOTO IN TENNESSEE WILLIAMS' "CAT ON A HOT TIN ROOF," scheming Maggie "the Cat" tries to seduce her detached and troubled husband, Brick. fly graphed by certified fight and " Brie )) stage combat director and Fifth- degree black belt in tae kwon do, Dance auditions to be Mark Parisi, of Milford. held Oct. 2 Fall fest seeks First State Academy of Dance's new company, Delaware Dance Alliance, is holding its fi- taal audition for the "Twilight Ballet" at 11 a.m., Saturday, Oct. 2. Those interested should call i h22-2633 for more information. e audition fee is $25; auditions open to all dancers ages 8 and above. Martial arts young men ages 14 and above are needed for its stage combat scenes choreo- participants The 150th anniversary cele- bration of the Governor Ross Mansion in Seaford is looking for artisans, crafters and vendors to participate in a fall festival Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 23 and 24. For a registration form, contact Cathy VanSciver at 302- 262-9459 or email cathyTcansciv- er@gmail.com. patriarch Big Daddy (portrayed by Steve Twilley from Milford), who does not know that he is dy- ing of cancer. In a scramble to secure their part of his estate, family members, including older son Gooper (Steven Haber, Lewes), and his wife Mae (Melis- sa Jansen, Milford), hide the truth about his diagnosis from him and Big Mama (Deana Duby, Milton). Front and center as tensions mount are alcoholic former foot- ball hero Brick (Adam Southard, Dover) and his beautiful but sex- ually frustrated wife Maggie "the Cat" (Amy Stone, Salisbury, Md.). As their troubled relation- ship comes to a stormy and steamy climax, secrets are fmally revealed. The cast is rounded out by John Zinzi (Milford) as Doc Baugh, Scott Fitzgerald (Lincoln) as the Rev. Tooker, Justin Hudson (Magnolia) as Lacey and Renee Harmon (Millsboro) as Sookey. LeRoy Andrews (Houston) is the show's assistant director, Mark Dissinger (Milford) is producer, and Debbie Passwaters (Milford) is stage manager. Although this is Lonski's first show as director, he is a River- front veteran onstage and behind the scenes. He has appeared in such shows as "Oscar and Felix," "Or- dinary People" and "Dinner with Friends" and often stage man- ages, most recently for "Meshug- gala-Nuns!" On Saturday, Oct. 2, Before person or $80 per couple. seeing the play Oct. 2, audience To order dinner theater or reg- members can enjoy a buffet din- ular tickets, or for more informa- ner at The Georgia House, only a tion, call 422-0220 or go to sec- few steps from the theater. The ondstreetplayers.com. dinner menu will feature such Curtain time for Cat on a Hot Southern favorites as Big Dad- Tin Roof is 8 p.m., Friday and dy's buttermilk fried chicken, Big Saturday, Oct. 1, 2, 8 and 9. Sun- Mama's and Maggie's sweet po- day matinees are at 3 p.m., Oct. 3 tato casserole, Gooper's collards and 10. All performances are at and much more. Brick's cash bar the Riverfront Theater, 2 S. Wal- ls also available, nut St. in historic downtown Mil- Tickets for this special dinner ford. Tickets are $17. A $1 dis- theater package, which includes count is offered for seniors, stu- dinner, dessert and reserved dents and military for Sunday seating for the show, are $45 per matinees. MI UFC U L TIA4--4, TE FIOHTI/~I O , SEPT. 25TH * 7-11pm R VS. CRO COP 1 19 $5 Cover- Upper Deck ON THE AVENUE UPPER DECK SPORTS BAR A Taste of Britain... Without Crossing the Pond! ~ Best Fish & Chips Best Dining Value Come in for the Fish & Chips... Stay for Sticky Toffee Pudding authentic British fish & chi 24 Rehoboth Ave., Downtown Rehoboth Beach - www.gofishdelaware.com 302.226,1044 Open 7 Days a Week for Ltmc h & Dinner 17ll[llll I ~11elrr lll11*llrllBill~IRllll~lllll~BBiml|llllllm~l~l~mlllllllrllllnrllmmnmmar I ~m~~r~m~1r~m~'r"a~'~er"~Tmrnrn1nrT~qm~mm~ ............................. . ........ ~ ................ ; ...................................