Annual Go Red for Women goes virtual

DOVER — The American Heart Association held its annual Go Red for Women luncheon virtually on Wednesday. The overarching theme of the event was that cardiovascular diseases do not discriminate. It continues to be the number one killer of women and spans across gender, race and age. Many in virtual attendance were “going red” for […]

‘Elf Jr.’ spreads Christmas cheer in Dover

DOVER – The tale of a human raised by Christmas elves takes the stage this weekend with “Elf: The Musical, Jr.” performed by the Children’s Theatre. This production of “Elf,” based on the classic Will Ferrell movie, is the first Christmas musical the Children’s Theatre has put on. “I chose it because the movie is […]

Calvary Church kicks off holiday season with ‘A Christmas Carol’

DOVER — Calvary Church of Dover will bring the beloved Christmas tale of the grumpy Ebenezer Scrooge embracing the joy of the holiday season to the stage starting Wednesday. This performance will be the Broadway version of “A Christmas Carol” — no small feat for a community organization. In total, the show involves approximately 100 […]

‘Charlotte’s Web’ spins tale at Caesar Rodney High

CAMDEN — The classic children’s tale “Charlotte’s Web” takes the stage this weekend courtesy of The Caesar Rodney High School Stage Crew and Thespians. “We’ve never done this show before and I’d been wanting to do it for a long time but just hadn’t come across the right script,” said director John Muller. “But when […]

Smyrna couple, public check for ghosts at area haunts

SMYRNA – As temperatures drop and Halloween approaches, ghosts and goblins creep to the forefront of thought, but for SAGE, the Smyrna Association of Ghost Hunters, ghosts and goblins are top of mind year round. Since the late 1990s, Davis “Mike” Lewis of Smyrna has been interested in the paranormal. It all started with a […]

Kent Theatre Guild presents high-flying comedy ‘Boeing, Boeing’

DOVER — The complicated yet humorous love story of a man and three fiancées takes the stage in Dover starting tonight in “Boeing, Boeing,” presented by the Kent County Theatre Guild. The character of Bernard plays the puppeteer in his love triangle, or square, by rotating his fiancées, all of whom are flight attendants, in […]

Area Girl Scout shares STEM story with Congress

DOVER — Last month, the nation celebrated a monumental anniversary — the first lunar landing. At a congressional briefing celebrating the anniversary, “Ready for Take Off,” led by the Girl Scouts of the USA, Caesar Rodney rising junior Sydne Jenkins had the opportunity to speak. At the briefing, Sydne was the only Girl Scout to […]

Wyoming festival promises peach of a day

WYOMING — The Peach Festival will take over the small town of Wyoming Saturday, celebrating all things peachy. Now in its 29th year, the festival continues to celebrate the town’s long history of peach growing, which can be dated back to at least the late 19th century. “Wyoming is such a little town. Not everyone […]

‘Scarlet Letter’ takes stage in Smyrna Saturday

SMYRNA — The Nathaniel Hawthorne classic “The Scarlet Letter” takes the stage at the Smyrna Opera House Saturday by way of Stanton’s 4th Wall theater troupe. While the show differs from the novel in some ways, many will recognize the storyline, most likely part of their school curriculum. “It’s something I hadn’t thought about in […]

Kent Theatre Guild revisits Texas town in ‘Red, White and Tuna’

DOVER — The third installment of a comedic series of plays, “Red, White and Tuna” will take the stage starting next weekend at the Kent County Theatre Guild. The play focuses on a Fourth of July homecoming in the tiny Texas town of Tuna, which embodies every stereotype of southern country life. While the series […]