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Submitted photo 'Nunsense' now playing at Baystar Dinner Theatre Baystar Dinner Theater is presenting the musical comedy "Nunsense," on Thursday and Friday evenings through Nov. 7, at Jordan's Rooftop Restaurant atop the Fenwick Inn in Ocean City, Md., right over the Delaware state line. In "Nunsense," the nuns from the order of the Little Sisters of Hoboken are putting on a benefit show to raise money to bury the re- maining four nuns out of the 52 who died from botulism served in the form of vichyssoise by the convent cook. Those last four are stored in the convent freezer. Mother Superior, left, is played by Mikki Kahne, who watches with chagrin as "Dying Nun" Amy Baker, does her ver- sion of "The Dying Nun Ballet." In the background, l-r, are Leslie Boslet, Kristi Glenn and Kathleen Pusey. For reservations to "Nunsense," or "Christmas with Baystar," which opens Nov. 20, call 945-5763. Footlight Productions The Lamp Post Restaurant will host the following upcoming events produced'by Footlight Pro- ductions. To' make a reservation for any of the programs or for more infor- mation, call 645-7220 or 732- 9311. Oct. 17 - Opening night of "Broadway Remembered." This dinner theater will celebrate 50 years of class'ic Broadway hits. The cost is $33 for dinner and show. Oct. 24 - Return of "Sentimen- tal Journey." This popular 1940s Big Band musical revue is $33 for gears up at ]00amp Pc t dinner and the show. are available for groups and office parties. Oct. 31 - Halloween Murder Mystery and Costume Contest. Audience members will help solve this intriguing mystery filled with songs and thrills. Prizes will be awarded for the best costume. The cost for dinner and show is $33. Nov. 7 - "Broadway Remem- bered" again takes the stage. The cost for dinner and show is $33.. Nov. 21 - "Broadway Remem- bered." The cost for dinner and show is $33. December "Christmas Show" dinner theater. Bookings 00'00rinted T.Shirts & Sporlswear G00ff Vernon is now 00iependent as Logo Artwork Design QuiCk Service " Quality Work Reasonable Prices q -/dPI'G, Fft'iillty,.Ottola'9"-,OietabtS 1998: 79 645-2959 Dover Symphony Orchestra to perform classical concert Oct. 17 The Dover Symphony Orches- tra, under the direction of Donald Buxton, will perform its Fall Clas- sical Concert at 8 p.m., Saturday, Oct. 17, in the Central Middle School Auditorium, Dover. The Saturday classical concert will include Ravel's "Bolero," and guest clarinetist Richard Foote will perform Artie Shaw's "Con- certo for Clarinet." Formerly the symphony's principal clarin.etist, Foote is now a member of the U.S. Army Band stationed at Aberdeen, Md. The orchestra will also per- form "Danse Macabre" by Saint- Saens, a suite of English folk songs by R. Vaughn Williams and the Kabalevsky Suite. Admission prices at the door are $10 for adults and $6 for seniors. Tickets may be purchased in ad- vance from B & B Music, For- ney's Too, and Boscov's for $8 for adults and $6 for seniors. Students and children are admitted free; children under 12 must be accom- panied by an adult. Further infor- mation is available between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. by calling 302- 734-1701. The Dover Symphony, celebrating its 31st season, is a re- gional orchestra composed of 55 to 60 professional and business people of all ages, including high school and college musicians. Conductor Donald Buxton, who assumed directorship of the sym- phony in the fall of 1990, is man- aging director of the Eastern Shore Chamber Musical Festival in East- on, Md. He teaches piano, theory and strings with his wife, Merideth, in the Easton area. Bux- ton is also the artistic director and conductor of the Mid-Atlantic Symphony Orchestra based in Ocean City, Md. ( creatable I I I Pint Your O..foe   ?,  I I Mosaics Candle Rolling SculpyProjects-'vent}  I I Glass Painting Woodworking  I I OPEN DALLY 10 a.m. l CREATABLE CRAFTS 146 Rehoboth Ave. 227-1020 J Oct. 17 & Nov. 7 & 14 !!! first 50 years of Broadway is remembered with this sentimental look at the modern day musical. From Showboat to A Chorus Line Footlights Productions will take you on a trip down memory lane with song and dance. Call today for reservations the shows fill up fast! October 24th A 1940's Music Revue . J Come in costume and be the guest of the Count and his crazy band of ghoulish characters. Enjoy a mouthwatering buffet as the story, and murder unfold before your very eyes. The clues are available, but are you detective enough to follow the trail, collect the clues, solve the crime and still have time for dinner before the end of the evening? This show is perfect for everyone. Have fun but be careful, these creatures Includes Buffet Dinner, Show & Gratuity