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86 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, Nov. 8 - Nov. 14, 2002 Cape Thespians to perform 'Our Town' Nov. 8-9 at high school By Nancy Asimakes Thornton Wilder's 1937 master- piece "Our Town" will be per- formed through Saturday, Nov. 8- 9, at 7:30 p.m. in the Little The- ater at Cape Henlopen High School. Many themes are brought out through this play by the charac- ters' experiences with life and death. The main idea of the play is to give the audience an under- standing of what people take for granted and what they are blinded by in everyday life. The three acts in the play are ti- tled "Dally Life," "Love and Mar- riage" and "Death" and Remem- brance." The tides emphasize the meaning and importance of life. The characters in the play portray what is most important to the av- erage family and the goals they set for themselves in order to feel moral and acknowledged in life by others. Many of the characters are numb to what really is important in life. One of the characters in the play, Emily Webb, asks the pivotal question, actually directed at the audience members: "Do any human beings ever realize life while they live it - every every minuteT' Teacher Aleta Thompson, one of the play's directors, says that "the events of the play and what happens to the individual charac- ter mirror each of our lives - we Film fest Continued from page 85 Deal 10-Packs for $65. A limited number of these discount books are available and each of these ticket vouchers must be traded in at the box office for a ticket to a specific show. Tickets for the Closing Night Party are $20. Tickets may be purchased week- days between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m., at the ticket office, 102 Midway Village, or by calling 645-9095 at any time. Steppin' Continued from page 85 For information, call 645-4657. LONG NECK Crab Barn: Long Neck Road: Karaoke with Charlie Brown on Tuesday and Thursday; DJ RT on Friday. For more infor- mation, call 945-8900. NASSAU Nassau Valley Vineyards: 36 Nassau Commons. The Players Club performs Tuesday nights, 8- ll p.m. For information, call 226- 1693. DEWEY BEACH Dewey Beach Club: 1205 Highway One. Jeff Irwin & Shawn Wilhite on Wednesdays. For information, call 227-0669. Lighthouse: Ruddertowne, Dickinson Street and the bay. DJ music every Friday at 4 p.m. and Saturday at 9 p.m. Every Sunday, Kristin Kwolek (formerly of Tin Pan Alley) and Richie O, 9 p.m. For information, call 227-3888. Rusty Rudder: Dickinson Street. Thursday, Nov. 14 - The Interns; Saturday, Nov. 16 - Collective. For information, call 227-3888. DOVER Dover Downs Slots: Route 113. Nov. 8-10 - Starlites; Wednesday, Nov. 13 - Sol Knopf; Nov. 14-16 - Classified; Sunday, Nov. 17 - Destiny. For informa- tion, call 1-800-711-5882. O Lunch 11:30 am I,,er 4:e 'N; Seafood Restaurant e'Jl .e.e.e Ik3r  4:45 m-s:t5 Reservations Waterfrmst Dining with Beautiful SuBsets 302-436-4t6t Tom & Terry's new Fall & Winter Dinner 3 Course Prixe Rxe Menu. $15.95 OPEN THANKSGIVING t to 7 NFL SUNDAY TICKET IS BACK! III Flamingo's $1 Drafts - Open to close Thurs. - Sun. FOOD SPECIALS HAPPY HOUR 4-7 pm I IBII SERFOOD MRRKET fresh seafood daily Open 10 am -- 436-2533 -- CA1HmG SDMCE AVAILABLE 486471 BOOKING IIR]DM NFL SUNDAY TICKET IS BACK! visit www.capegazette.c0m [ also have experienced or will ex- perience the same emotions. I think that Emily's discovery in Act II1 has important implications Behind the scenes During the 5th annual Re- hoboth Beach Independent Film Festival, the Rehoboth Beach Film Society will be sponsoring a Behind the Scenes workshop ti- tled: An Independent Film Case Study of the film "Secretary". This workshop will explore the total process of creating a film from the conception of the film idea to its final editing and after. Those who attend will learn about the various production stages - scripting, budgeting, casting, pro- duction, stt design - and how the film components are joined to- gether to create a final visual feast. to our lives now in the 21st centu- ry, that we don't know about the future and must cherish our lives and families now." Tickets for the Cape Thespians production of Our Town are $4 for students and $5 for adults and will be sold at the door. workshop set Nov. 9 during film fest This will also be an opportunity to meet and talk with film produc- tion crew members. The work- shop will be held from 10 to 11:30 a.m., Saturday, Nov. 9, in the Video Screening Room, up- stairs at Movies at Midway. The workshop is free Screenings of the film "Secre- tary" will be held at noon, Satur- day, Nov. 9,. and at noon and 4:50 p.m., Sunday, Nov. 10. Regular ticket prices are charged for the screenings This program is partly founded by a grant form the Delaware Humanities Forum, a State program of the National En- dowment for the Humanities. Cape Senior Center to host bazaar Dec. 6-7 The Cape Henlopen Senior Center will hold its annual Christmas Bazaar from 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m., Dec. 6, and from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., Dec. 7. The event will feature sales of jewelry, ceramics, crafts, baked goods and more. There will also be a white elephant table, refresh- ments and a 50/50 raffle. The center is located at 11 Christian Street in Rehoboth Beach. :00Brunch-.-00- $1 Mimosas & Bloody Marys Wed., Fri. & Sat. LIVE DJ Monday Night is Burger Night Any Burger $4.99 .v...:.NJ(ht is