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Cape Gazette ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT FRIDAY, DECEMBER 3 - MONDAY, DECEMBER 6, 2010 . 75 105 UNION ST. 302.684.8889 - SUBMITTED PHOTO WILL DOREY PORTRAYS FLICK, the boy who gets his tongue stuck to the flag- pole after succumbing to a triple-dog dare in the Possum Point Players production of "A Christmas Story." Shown are (I-r) Kyle Steele, Dorey and Danny Keenan. Possums to 'Christm Story'; opening set for Dec. 3 Arguably, one of the most fa- unteer. Possum Point Players' mous scenes from Christmas holiday shows typically sell out Story" by Jean Shepherd, Leigh as. people bring family and Brown and Bob Clark is the one guests for a fun night out during in which the character Flick is the holidays. This show is likely given the triple-dog dare to place to do the same, as many know his tongue on the freezing-cold the movie well. Tickets make a flagpole to see ifit will stick. Un- popular Christmas gift, too, able to refuse such a challenge, which can be arranged by calling Flick does so with the pre- the theatre office at 856-3460; dictable result; his tongue does, early reservations are recom- in fact, stick to the P01e. This mended. scene, and all the other memo- Possum Point Players is ac- rable ones from this cult classic cepting reservations for all six will take place onstage in De- performances. Performances be- cember when the Possum Point gin at 8 p.m., Friday and Satur- Players perform this play based day, Dec. 3, 4, 10 and 11, and at 2 on a movie, p.m., Sunday, Dec. 5 and 12. Tick- An added treat to this show ets are $20 for adults, $19 for sen- will be the appearance of Santa iors and students. Call the Pos- Claus, both in the show, and pri- sum Ticketline at 856-4560. Di- or to it, when children will be rections to the theatre can also able to visit with him from 7:15 to be obtaided at that number. 7:45 p.m., Friday and Saturday "A Christmas Story" is by nights and from 1:15 to 1:45 p.m., Philip Grecian, based on the 1983 Sunday afternoons, motion picture "A Christmas "This is the first time that Story." The movie was based on we've had Santa here for our hol- the book "In God We Trust, All iday show," said Cassandra Pe- Others Pay Cash" by lean Shep- tersen of Lewes, a Possums vol- herd. LUNCH DINNER LATE NIGHT BEST RESTAURANT IN MILTON Dinner - Tues., 7th, 5-8pm with Santa Dec. face pahntJng, Pictures with Santa, cookie decorating, arts & crafts and more! SAV MILTON THEATREI MORGANS,. BEST OUTDOOR DINING 213 ANGLERS RD. * 302.645.6888 MANIA! ONLY $19.99[ Sfo,p: in cheek 'em la .Thursday 4pm.7pm I PASTAS, -BURGERS,CHEESE TEAKS, 1 1/,[-1 1/21b Whole North J COMFORT AND MQRE! Atlantic Lobsters (these aren chix!) choice of starch & veg~ Lewes Christmas Parade Sat., Dee. 4th - Dinner with Santa Weds., Dec. 8th. 5-8pro face painting, pictures with San~, cookie decoratVng, arts & crafts & more! FRIDAY DBC. S . ]tr 213 Anglers Road * Lewes, DE 19958 Now Booking HOLIDAY PARTIES! Celebrate your special occasion in the Lewes Room, where our professional staff will help put together , wedding packages that fit your individual style, taste, and budget. From an event of 50 to 200 plus, The Lewes Room provides you and your guests the time of their life in a Setting like no other around. We offer full on and off-site coordination, as well as a list of preferred vendors to choose from. Call today to set up aa initial consultation. Bob Cirelli & Carolyn Kisling 302.645.6888