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Cape Thespians to offer "-- When most people come to see a play put on by the Cape Thespi- ans, they probably pay most of their attention to the story and what's happening. However, Cape's plays wouldn't be nearly as enjoyable to watch if it weren't for the people working behind the scenes: the stage crew and the costumes coor- dinators. For the fail play, "A Midsum- mer Night's Dream," there aren't many props, so the stage crew's main task is to transform the back- drop into a forest. Painting the backdrop is a large undertaking, so it's helpful that there is a large stage crew of 13 people for this performance. Junior Tara Arensberg, the head artist, sketched the drawing that is now being painted onto the back- drop. "It's awesome to see my black and white drawing on eight by twelve inch paper turn into a colorful mural," commented Arensberg. The main inspiration for the colors and images on the backdrop of "A Midsummer Seaside Nature Center offers November activities The Seaside Nature Center at Cape Henlopen State Park is open everyday from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m. from April 1 through Sept. 10. All programs meet at the Nature Cen- ter unless otherwise noted. The programs listed in this brochure are designated for individuals and families. Special group programs are available. For more informa- tion about individual or group programs, call 645-6852. Discover Delaware's State Parks, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 19, Lums Pond. Transporta- tion provided from the Seaside Nature Center; 12 person limit; pre-registration is required. Cost is $3 per person. Basket Making Workshop. 2 p.m., Saturday, Nov. 9 and 16. Pre-register for this two-part workshop with renowned artisan Joe Hughes. Cost is $35, which includes materials. Limit of 12 persons. Birdwatching. 8 a.m., Wednesday, Nov. 13 at Bombay Hook. Cost is $1. Crafty Kids, 2 p.m., Sunday, Nov. 17. Ages 7 and up; pre-regis- tration required; limit of 15. Cost is $1. Participate in a nature-relat- ed craft activity. Campfire, 6:30 p.m., Friday, Nov. 22. Swap stories, sing songs and play games around a roaring campfire. To Bee or Not to Bee, 2 p.m., Saturday, Nov. 23. Limited to 20 children. Cost $1. Learn about characteristics, habits and prod- ucts of bees. Pinelands Hike, 2 p.m., Sun- day, Nov. 24. Pre-registration re- quired; limit 25. Join naturalist Them Nobile for an informative guided hike on the Pinelands Na- ture Trail. Full Moon Ramble. 7 p.m., Monday, Nov. 25. Pre-registration required; limited to 25. Learn facts and lore about the full moon. Owl Prowl, 7 p.m., Saturday, Nov. 30; limited to 12. Stroll through the woods and listen for screech, barn and great horned owls. Free L un ch time Deliverx To Your Office Place of Business* 5-8300 -- CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, November 8 - November-14,1996 -;5 Midsummer Night's Dream Nov. 14 &16 Night's Dream" came from the during the performances.Smith help the show go a little cover of a copy of the book ver- explained, "I make sure that all smoother." "A Midsummer sion and also from the set of Dis- the costumes look perfect so when Night's Dream" will be performed hey MGM Studio's The Hunch- the actors go on stage they look Thursday Nov. 14 and Saturday, back of Notre Dame. This cover beautiful. I also help the actors to Nov. 16 at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are helped Arensberg and the rest of change their costumes between $5 for adults and $4 for students, the stage crew visualize what they scenes when necessary. I basically and may be purchased at the door. should be painting: colorful trees and flowers, streams, bushes, '=X oPOURI mushrooms and little fairies. Also, ideas and help came from play di- rector Aleta Thompson and crew  RBsrtURtN q, members Jarrod Melson, Holly Gordon, and Lisa Bevilacqua. tND bOUNGB ., According to the stage manager, V senior Liz Start, "Things are real- j/PM, Ot C//$ ly moving along. We've been working really hard on the back- 9,00  5-6:30 drop, trying to finish before open- dJ ing night." J 0o ,,'uu The costumes for "A Midsum- ']a 0o/ Podu/= e/ra#v ' mer Night's Dream" were origi- 2 %a/ nally designed by Thompson and  x Merrilee Hickman of Rehoboth  /aa M /' Beach. Hickman, who also "" . /3.ea. / A worked on costumes for last 'k_  .q year's production of ''be Wizard  of Oz," then transforms their ideas into reality. Hickman puts a lot of , effort into making the costumes V look just fight. Sophomore Joanna Dinner 5-10 Wednesday - Saturday Smith helps Hickman make the 316 Rehoboth Avenue 227-4227 costumes, but her main job occurs Exdflau Traditional Christmas Decoratln00 Event North Pole & Dickens'Village "Start A Tradition" Sets -- "$tt A Tradition Set" $et of 1l Set of 12 Event Hours: Daily 10-5, Sunday 12-4 Create the magic for the holidays with Department 56 lighted Villages. Our Dick- ens' Village or new North Pole "Start A Tradition" Sets are a perfect way to begin. Whether you're creating a holiday centerpiece or a fireplace mantel you'll love see- ing the holiday decorating and gift ideas at our store. Ask for our free "Holiday Idea Guide" during "Homes for the Holidays" from November 8th through the 11th. Our North Pole and Dickens' Village "Start A Tradition" Sets are available at an introductory Event price of $65. Each set includes two lighted shops, accessories, trees and snow. Save $20 off the manufacturer's regular suggested $85 retail from November 8th through 17th. Visit JOSS during "Homes for the Holidays" from November 8th through 11 th and see the magic for yourselP. 10 DAYS OF "SHOW & TELL" Chances sold on three (3) retired items plus a number of snow villages, and Heritage Lighted Houses and Accessories, selling at secondary market prices. All of the proceeds donated to Benefit Ronald McDonald House, Wilmington. Joss is delighted to have Mr. John Motondo and Mr. Duane Rupper, Dept. 56 representatives on hand to answer any of your questions. Please stop by and say hello. BRING THIS AD TO OUR EVENT AND JOSS WILL MAKE A DONATION TO WILMINGTON RONALD MCDONALD HOUSE JOSS IS A VERY SPECIAL PLACE 220 27 BALTIMORE AVE., REHOBOTH BEACH Hope you have enjoyed sampling our chocolaiesr--y kla-or  i-us =S--eet days, including =HUB'S" peanuts (and chocolate covered nuts), wonderful herb dips by our local =Kathy Harris" and not to forget chutneys and sweet sauces by =Silver Palate.' -- PLEASE SIGN OUR "EVENT" GUEST BOOK--