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78 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, October 17 - October 23, 1997 Baystar Theater offers; "Black Comedy" Poor Brindsley Miller. His very important evening inwhich a millionaire art collector was coming to his impoverished flat to look at and, hopefully, buy one of his sculptures hits the skids when the lights go out and all hell breaks loose in the dark during "Black Comedy," now running at the Baystar Dinner Theater in DiNardo's By The Sea (formerly the Sea Horse Restaurant) in Rehoboth Beach. At evening's disas- trous end, Brindsley (Rick Parsons of Milton) is about to be assaulted by his fiancee Carol (Lisa A. Bartell of Milton) and his neighbor Harold (Geoff Thomson of Lewes), while Carol's father (Thurlow Cunliffe of Rehoboth) threatens. Only Clea, (Denise Simpler of Long Neck) his ex-girlfriend, who returns during the blackout, comforts him. "Black Comedy" contin- ues on Thursday and Friday through Oct. 31. For reserva- tions, call 302-227-7451. Baystar plans a "Witch's Brew" during Sea Witch Please, Come to The Sea Witch is in trouble. There is much dissatisfaction with her among other witches and war- locks who grumble that she has become too nice, too human-like, too commercial. They despise the fact that she has a whole weekend named for her, and they plot to turn her into a cup of Thrasher's french fries so they can feed her to the sea gulls. Spook Trail returns to Cape State Park Cape Henlopen State Park and the Seaside Nature Center will host its eighth annual Halloween Spook Trail Friday through Sun- day, Oct. 24-26. The Spook Trail is actually two separate trails; the Children's Fantasy Trail and the Trail of Terror. The Fantasy Trail, designed for younger children, is lit by twinkling jack-o'-lanterns and inhabited by kids' favorite cartoon characters. This year's trail will feature several new char- acters and a few surprises. Admis- sion to the Fantasy Trail is $2 per person. Several new additions are designed to put a fright into even the bravest souls. Admission to the Trail of Terror begins at 8:30 p.m.; the cost is $4 per person. Park gates will be closed at 10:30. Hotdogs and other refreshments will be offered. For details call 645-6852. Bostons in the FaR time d" 302-227-6421 / I d" fcatorig Benjamin Lovell Shoe Collection J 0 e Open Year round- Poor Sea Witch. What will hap- pen to her? The answer can be found the night of Saturday, Oct. 25, right in the middle of her Sea Witch Festival, when Baystar Pro- ductions, Inc., assembles a mon- strous collection of creatures from the nether world of the occult. As brave diners enjoy a prime rib buffet in the Baystar Dinner the- ater, part of DiNardo's By The Sea (formerly the Sea Horse Restaurant), Baystar will intro- duce them to a taste of "A Witch's Brew," a murder mystery that may make the fainthearted hide under the dinner table and certainly check under the bed at home later. Those attending the macabre event are invited to dress as their favorite sorcerer, witch, warlock or monster, but are asked to please leave any evil spells, potions or demons at home; there will be enough of those surrounding "A Witch's Brew." This evening of food, fiendish- ness and fear begins at 6:30 p.m. There will be ample parking for brooms. The price is $34.95 per person; there will be a cash bar. To make reservations, call DiNar- do's By The Sea on 227-7451. sunda00/ Brunch Buffet l00a.m. - 2 p.m. Join "{n VictoriasR'taurattfor our Fabulous Sunday Brunch, a celebration of_ fine fo_ods and courteous service, where the only Thing We Overloo is the Ocean/ Sunday Brunch Includes: Complete omelet Station with assorted toppings Carving Station Belgian Waffle Station with assorted toppings Full Raw Bar with Farm Raised Oysters, Shrimp, & Blue Crab Claws Quiche Eggs Fresh, Seasonal Fruit Displays Chicken Entrees Beef En trees Fresh Seafood Bacon & Sausage Warm Rolls & Muffins Fresh Garden Vegetables Cold Salads Dessert Table featuring a variety of homemade desserts! ...and morel... Adults, S18.95 Children 5-12, $12.95 Children under 5, $7.95 Holiday Brunch Prices May Differ Reservations Suggested 227-0615