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Cape Gazette ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT FRIDAY, OCTOBER 1 - MONDAY, OCTOBER 4, 2010 83 Each month the 16 local artists of Gallery One paint to an agreed-upon theme. Shorescapes - Sea to Bay is the show for October. Living on the Delmarva Peninsula offers beautiful ven- ues that fall in this category. The Gallery One group has found small and large landscapes that visitors may not be familiar with or a landscape that is familiar but with the insight of an artistic eye. The painter might draw at- tention to a time of day or a viewpoint that has been over- looked. The refreshing ocean brings many visitors to the shore in the summer. Families visit and ere- new Continued on page 84 Clear Space Continued from page 82 the characters come to terms with these universal truths, "I wanted them to look and feel as close as possible to typical early 20th century Americans," says Clare Clark's personal life has al- so come into play in his design. "I collect vintage photos and postcards," he says. "Over time, my concept of that time period has been shaped by images of real people. My fa- vorite images are those taken at home - candid shots of how they looked day-to-day." McLaughlin joins Clear Space "DELAWARE MARSH" from West Virginia was a cofounder of Arts Ensemble and many facets with 3y Fay Kempton, watercolor. where he Treehouse worked in it company and Tamarack: The Best of west virginia. "Clear space Theatre Company is filled wi ly talented and incl people who are dedk ating top-notch pie atre," says McLaughli Clear Space wast putting McLaughlin he came on board wi pany at the start of t season, beginning Years of Broadway.II :h amazing- 'edibly fun ated to cre- :es of the- fL no time to work, as the com- be f~ 2010 with "100 [" and lead- ing directly into thiN production of "Our Town." "COnceptually, 9 302-856-1836 WWW.TH-EB R FCKHOTE L.CO M Performing Live 5-8 pm Thursdays $I0 Beer & A Bowl (Choice Domestic Beer and Bread Bowl of The Brick's Entertainment Under The Enjoy a night of musical entertainment on - Reservations Required - Sunday Specials Availability of Prix Fixe Menu can only be Murder Mystery Dinner Featuring Footlight Productions - Reservations Required - COME CASUAL" DINE CASUALI Lunch & Dinner Open 7 days a week, year round | SUBMITTED PHOTO transporting them to the world of the story we are telling with- out forcing anything on them," says McLaughlin. "I want pa- trons to be completely en- veloped by the story without noticing it." The Clear Space Theatre Company production of "Our Town" will nm at the Rehoboth Beach Theatre of the Arts Thursday-Sunday, Oct. 28-31 and Thursday, Friday and Sunday, Nov. 4, 5 and 7. Tickets are priced $5-$25 and are available at Clear- SpaceTheatre:org or by calling the box office at 227-2270. Our.Loyal Friends & Customers -4 t Thanks for a great 4th summer season. has been a difficult year with the illness of our beloved Tammy - And it has been prt we have continued to food, service, atmosphere entertainment in Lewes. be closed from Monday, Oct. 4, until :Sunday, Oct. 17, for cleaning and equipment -i maintenance, and to get out of town for ? i a few days R&R. " ' to us when planning your holiday ;-B108 Hungry? Check out Cape Cuisine on page 92 :