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December 11, 1998

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CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, December 11 - December 17, 1998 - 75 Celtic Christmas in Wilmington to feature Seamus Kenned y 13,ec:. 20 On Sunday, Dec. 20, Irish singer Seamus Kennedy will pre- sent a Celtic Christmas at the Wilmington Drama League. Kennedy will showcase much of the material from his seasonal al- bum, "Goodwill to Men," and has invited a number of other lumi- naries, including Charlie Zahm, Tad Marks and the McAleer School of Irish Step Dancers. Originally from Belfast in Northern Ireland, Kennedy sings the songs of his native land with emotion born of knowing its his- tory and conflicts firsthand. But he is far from simply of Celtic tunes. His extensive touring has made him adept at meeting the re- quests of virtually any audience and his repertoire appears almost endless. Kennedy is equally at home with Irish ballads to folk, pop, country or traditional Songs. Presenting another side to the Celtic influence is Charlie Zahm, whose roots are in the largely Scottish province of Ontario, Canada. His baritone is the perfect vehicle for the songs of the sea and traditional ballads he favors. Tad Marks will offer some in- novative music on the fiddle. Marks, of Baltimore, has earned a reputation for his Celtic and blue- grass styles. Irish stepdancers from the McAleer School will offer their special brand of "riverdancing" to close out the evening. The Wilmington Drama League is located at 10 West Lea Street in Wilmington. The show starts at 8 p.m. and tickets are $15 for gener- al seating. The doors open at 7:30 p.m. For more information, or to order tickets, call 302-738-0439. Seamus Kennedy, who has appeared at Irish Eyes in Re- hoboth Beach a number of times, will present a Celtic Christmas at the Wilmington Drama League on Dec. 20. Baystar offers Sunday matinees for Christmas show Baystar Production is offering a special Sunday matinee perfor- mance of its highly successful Christmas show, "Christmas with Baystar," now running in the Baystar Dinner Theatre in Jor- dan&apos;s Rooftop Restaurant on Ocean City, Md. "Christmas with Baystar" is a . Christmas spectacular. The theme of the show is the origins of Christmas traditions and things that are a central part of the holi- day, such as Santa, the tree and gifts. Twenty-five songs and dances grace the stage. Some are secular, some religious and all are well known and loved. Example are"Sleigh Ride," "O. CstmasTree,'" "Scarlet Rib- bons/ Sweet-.Litfle Jesus Boy," and 9fobS, "Silent NighC': .... -" y,tin= @ill begin with a luncheon buffet at 1 p.m., with the curtain for the show at 2:30 p.m. The price is $27.95 per person. "Christmas with Baystar' will continue every evening from Thursday, Dec. 17 through Tues- day, Dec. 22. The evening price is $34.95. The Baystar Dinner Theater is located in Jordan's Rooftop Restaurant atop the Fenwick Inn at 139th and Coastal Highway in Ocean City, Md. For reservations to the matinee or to other evening performances, call 945-5763. Have an upcoming event that you want the area to know about? e-mail us at <> for the calendar The Cape Gazette provides entertainment Seatin00 prices range from $175- $225 per person :: .... and i cmdc cocktails, h rs d'oeuvres, wines, champagne and gratuities COCKTAILS 7 p.m. DINNER 8 p.m. SHOW 10:45 p.m. LIVE JAZZ THROUGHOUT DINNER BY THE DAVE SCHIFF QUAKTET