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CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, October 31 - November 6, 1997 - 63 Second Street Players open "Miracle on 34th Street" Nov. 28 Second Street Players are in re- hearsal for their holiday produc- tion of "Miracle on 34th Street," a state premiere of the stage adapta- tion of the classic holiday movie. The production opens Thanksgiv- ing weekend, Friday, Nov. 28, and tickets are now on sale with a dis- count ticket price offer available until Nov. 15. The show follows the same plot as the movie. Young Susan hopes for the stability and love of a fam- ily home in their very own dream house. Her mother, a career woman raising her child alone, takes a no-nonsense, no-make-be- lieve approach to life. Their neighbor, 'Fred, has very tender feelings for both of them, but he wants more mystery and magic in life than Doris can accept. However, a serendipitous meet- ing with a kindly gentleman who looks very natural in a Santa suit complicates and changes their lives. By the end of "Miracle on 34th Street," everyone, even the cranky personnel director of Ma- cy's department store, believes in the kindly old elf who visits everyone's home on Christmas Eve. Director Kenney Workman said some people expressed concern that seeing the play might not be appropriate for youngsters who have a strong belief in Santa Claus. "I can assure any parent that 'Miracle on 34th Street' will not change a child's belief in Santa Claus," Workman said. "By the time the play is over, everyone be- lieves in Santa Claus. "This is such a wonderful story; it's truly appropriate for all fami- lies." Debbie Tappan, Players manag- ing director, said that the theatre group set the discount rates for early reservations to make it easi- er for families to attend together. There is a $1 discount on each ticket purchased by Nov. 1. The theatre group also set a special children's rate of $5 for the holi- day show. Adult tickets are $10 and the children's rate applies to those 12-years-of-age and younger. Early reservations take $1 from each ticket price. Show dates are Nov. 28, 29 and 30 and Dec. 5, 6 and 7; Friday and Saturday performances are 7:30 p.m. and Sunday matinees are 3 p.m, Reservations are being taken by advance sale, and those reserv- ing tickets are asked to send a stamped, self-addressed envelope Milford Senior Center to set pancake breakfast The Milford Senior Center will hold an "all-you-can-eat" pancake breakfast on Sunday, Nov. 9, from 7 a.m. to 1 p.m. The menu in- cludes pancakes, sausage, scrap- ple, scrambled eggs, orange juice, coffee and hot chocolate. The cost is $5 for adults, $2.50 for children ages 4-12, and free for kids under four. The proceeds will benefit the center's building fund. along with a check for the tickets and the date that they wish to at- tend. Appearing in "Miracle on 34th Street" are Jaime Bahder, Tyler Twilley, Rosie Seagraves, Becky Chambers, James Keegan, Bill Rable, Dan Gaffney, Jean Savoy, Becky Craft, Don Parkhill, "Irish Herholdt and Rosanne Pack. Ad- ditional children who fill out the cast are Toni Van Gorder, Taylor Paint Your Own Pottery Rigby, Misha Frazier, Skye Mullarky, Brogan Honey-King and Jeremy Mulrooney. Second Street Players River- front Theatre is at 2 S. Walnut St., downtown Milford. The theatre is accessible to people with disabili- ties. For information, call 422- 0220. The theatre group is sup- ported in part by the Delaware Di- vision of the Arts and the National Endowment of the Arts. n* 0 " i ' U tque Affordable [iday Gifts S&A Beads is an Emporium of crafts, culture & fun. Open weekends. Call for hours. 127C Rehoboth Mews 227-5827 YourFavorite Famil00 Restaurant "Great lta lia n o;XO ;oo,00a2.1e Prices" Fried Calamari A Pasta Bowl House Specialty Breaded fresh- served w/Marinara Dipping Sauce Bruchetta Grilled Tuscan Bread, Marinated Plum Tomatoes, Fresh Basil topped with Shredded Romano Cheese Roman Holiday Broiled Lobster, Shrimp, Scallops & Fresh Flounder topped with Provolone Cheese in a light Tomato, Pepper & Onion Sauce. Lasaq_o_ Old World Recipe Served in Two styles: House Meat or Five Cheeses with Roasted Garlic Pasta Bowl House Red Sauce An Excellent Combination of Fresh Tomato Sauces and Fresh Herbs w/a Blend of Import Wines Oscar Stly Fresh Asparagus Tips, Jumbo Lump Crab Meat and Sun Dried Tomatoes Sauteed in a White Wine Cream Sauce. Stuffed Eggplant Parmasan Medallion of Fresh Eggplant w/Imported Ham, Swiss Cheese and Fresh Italian Herbs Topped w/Tomato Sauce &Cheese served w/a Side of Spaghetti Pasta Dinner For 4 Includes Salad, Meatballs, House Sauce & Cheese Garlic Bread, Choice of any 1 pasta Over 75 Selections Of Wine 40 Served By The Glass 644-9005 Midway Shopping Plaza Rehoboth ,Route Hours: Sunday-Thursday 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Friday & Saturday 11 a.m. to 10 p.m.