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66 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, December 11 - December 17, 1998 Lisa Pelikan named Henlopen Theatre Project artistic director Lisa Pelikan, a 20-year veteran of professional theater, has been named artistic director of the Hen- lopen Theater Project, which in- cludes "Broadway at the Beach," and artistic educational programs. Pelikan, currently president of a Los Angeles-based film produc- tion company, is well known and respected for her acting and di- recting on stage, screen and televi- sion. Pelikan is the founder of the Los Angeles Shakespeare Compa- ny and cofounder of the Circle Repertory West Company. Pelikan is actively de- veloping an exciting schedule for the six-week 1999 Broad- way at the Beach sum- mer season. Highlights of PELIKAN the season are expected to include two plays and a special performance event similar to the sellout success of Pelikan to Lisa Pelikan, artistic director of the Henlopen Theater Project and a professional actor/writer/direc- tor, will meet with interested high school seniors to answer questions about majoring in theater and mu- sic. meet with college-bound Pelikan is often called upon as a resource by theater majors based on her own experience as a stu- dent at Julliard in New York. The meeting is free and will take place at 5:30 p.m., Monday, Dec. 14. at the Henlopen Theater Dixie Carter this past summer. Al- so in the planning is a special chil- dren's and family production. All productions of the 1999 season will be staged at the Little Theater at Cape Henlopen High School in Lewes. Education activities start this winter with talks on theater for adults, a spring theater festival for high school students and a poetry reading with the Rehoboth Art League. There will be guest artist classes in summer for children and adults. students Dec. 14 Project office, 323 A Rehoboth Avenue, Rehoboth Beach. Reservations are required. Call the Henlopen Theater Pro- ject at 226-4103 with students' name and telephone number. Dover Downs'Givin' Away the House' Linda Ellingsworth couldn't be- lieve her luck when she realized she had won the first room in Dover Downs Slots' new "Givin' Away The House" sweepstakes. "I just stood up in total shock after I heard my name was called," said Ellingsworth, whose name was se- lected in a random drawing at Dover Downs. The Dover resident won the "Fun and Games" room giveaway, valued at $6,000. The prize pack- age includes a pool table with a switch top for air hockey and ping pong, a complete package of pool table accessories, a pub table with two side-chairs, a dart board, a foosball table, a genuine Miller Lite pool table lamp, $1,000 in cash and the chance to win a fully furnished home in the "Givin' Away the House" sweepstakes drawing on April 20. "I really think I'm going to win the house when they give it away in the spring," Ellingsworth said. "I honestly believe that the first person to enter a contest usually wins the grand prize." Russell Waters of Lewes still can't believe he won the "Home Office" giveaway in the "Givin' Away the House" sweepstakes. "I woke up the other day and had to make sure it wasn't a dream," he said. "I've always wanted a com- puter and now I have one." Besides the Pentium II 266 mhz computer, Walters will also re- ceive an HP Officejet 600 Copi- er/Printer/Fax/Scanner, Sony 9000 mhz digital phone, $500 software gift certificate, Internet service for a year, computer desk and chair and $1,000 in cash. The total value of the room is $6,000. The Fun and Games Room and Home Office were the first two of five rooms Dover Downs Slots plans to give away as part of its Givin' Away the House sweep- stakes. The other giveaways in- clude a "Home Theater" room, a "Home Health" room and a new car for the driveway. The sweep- stakes culminates on April 24 when a fully furnished home val- ued at $100,000 will be given away. The three bedroom, two bath- room house is currently on display outside of Dover Downs Slots and is open Wednesdays through Sun- day to the public. Friday supper group to meet for holiday dinner The Singles Supper Club will celebrate the holidays with a buffet din- ner at the Magnolia, Cedar Neck: Road, Ocean View, on Friday, Dec. 18. The evening begins with a socia]l hour at 6:30 p.m., followed by a buffet at 7:30 p.m. The event is open to single adults age 35 or older. Following the din- ner at 9 p.m., there will be dancing in the lounge to the music of a DJ. The cost, including dinner, grattaity and music, is $20. Reservations are required by + Dec. 14, and can be made by calling Mary Ann at 537-2232 or Michelle at 644-1641. Sw ng into 1999 Fetatugng HERB T and tthe 7-10 SPLITS SPECIAL DINNER MENU CHAMPAGNE AT MIDNIGHT Call 227-3100 fo,r Reservations at the  where Robinson Drive meets Route One Pelikan has lifelong ties to the per person for the 1999 season. Rehoboth area. She and her actor- director husband, Bruce Davison, and their son, are delighted with her new position. 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