‘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 […]

Dramatic sights: Lake Forest High School Drama Club presents ‘The Miracle Worker’

FELTON – Sight and sound are integral parts of theater productions, but students in Lake Forest High School’s Drama Club are preparing a fall play with less of that in mind. “We’re doing ‘The Miracle Worker’ which is a play about Helen Keller. It’s a dramatic story telling of the type of things her and […]

Best Bets: Greene brings musical mix to Food Truck Battle

Tyler Greene is a man of many talents and influences. The Millsboro musician sings, DJs and plays the rhythm and bass guitar, along with the drums, keyboards, synthesizer and “basically anything with strings,” he says. He also writes his own songs — about 200 in all — but doesn’t stick to any one genre. “The […]

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 […]

Best Bets: Milton Theatre stages ‘Next to Normal’ musical

For Fred Munzert, directing the musical “Next to Normal,” has been a decade in the making. “This piece is very personal for me. I saw it not long after it opened on Broadway and it hit me hard. I liked how real-life it was. Oftentimes musicals are in these surreal, other places. But this has […]

‘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 […]

Best Bets: Blues society president, weekly jam on the move

Change is in the air for the Central Delaware Blues Society. The group’s popular Thursday night blues jam is on the move, as is the society’s president, Barry Pugh. The jam, which has invited professional and amateur musicians to play at Jonathan’s Landing Clubhouse in Magnolia for the past six years, is switching to a […]

Possum Players slate auditions for “Arsenic and Old Lace’

GEORGETOWN – Possum Point Players Community Theater will hold auditions for “Arsenic and Old Lace” Sunday, June 9 and Monday, June 10. Both auditions are at 6:30 p.m. at Possum Hall, located at 441 Old Laurel Road, Georgetown. The cast requires 14 actors: seven men, three women and four characters, either men or women. Auditions […]

Children’s Theatre’s ‘Girl of La Mancha’ takes modern twist

DOVER – “Girl of La Mancha,” a loose, modern take on Cervantes’ “Don Quixote” takes the stage this weekend courtesy of the The Children’s Theatre Inc. In this adaptation, protagonist Donna Quixote attends a cosplay convention at a local shopping mall where she temporarily loses her memory and shenanigans ensue. It’s filled with pop culture, […]

SCHS drama club presenting Delaware premiere of ‘Secret Santa’

GEORGETOWN – The Take Two Drama Club of Sussex Central High School will present the Delaware premiere of the new mystery comedy “Secret Santa” by New York-based playwright and Sussex Central alumnus Zachary Rogers. “Zachary has given us a gift of this play to round out our Take Two season and we couldn’t be more […]

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