|Another Take Film Series July 15-16
The Rehoboth Beach Film Society and CAMP Rehoboth present Another Take film series, July 15-16.
Big Eden Friday, July 15 7 pm, Movies at Midway
Big Eden is a uniquely American fable of home and family. When his grandfather has a stroke, New York artist, Henry (Arye Gross), travels home to his Montana hometown, Big Eden. Once home, Henry finds he must come to terms with his relationship to Dean Stewart (Tim Dekay), his best friend from high school; it was his feelings for Dean, which caused Henry to flee Big Eden nearly twenty years ago. An unexpected love triangle forms and the people of Big Eden conspire to help two of their native sons find happiness.
Sordid Lives Saturday, July 16 9 pm, Outside CAMP Courtyard (rain: 7 pm, Movies at Midway)
When Peggy Ingraham dies, her sisters Latrelle (Bonnie Bedelia), LaVonda (Ann Walker), and Sissy (Beth Grant) plan her funeral. This is a monumental task that includes hiding the deceased's affair and coming to terms with sexual orientation in their family. Latrelle continues to deny that her soap-opera star son Ty (Kirk Geiger), is gay; and all the sisters must come to terms with the fact that their only brother, Boy (Leslie Jordan) is in a mental ward for his adamant belief that he is actually country and western legend Tammy Wynette.
Tickets to all screenings are $5.00 each. SEATING IS LIMITED. For tickets or information, call CAMP Rehoboth at 227-5620 or RBFS at 645-9095.
Le Cabaret Mlange at Cloud 9
In 2001, gender-bending chanteuse Jeffrey Marsh began collaboration with guitarist Rick Sorkin to create a music-based theatrical act designed to blur classic cabaret "professional showmanship" with contemporary style. In addition to celebrating the sounds of Kurt Weill, Bertolt Brecht, Kandor & Ebb, Lou Reed, and The Beatles, this one-of-a-kind twenty-first century new-wave cabaret also writes and performs their own original material.
After a short time, a devoted following arose to support both Marsh and Sorkin. Radio personality and Peabody Award-winning producer Robert Drake had a eureka moment when he saw the act, and he immediately located an extravagant venue atop a swank creperie that would become the perfect backdrop for Le Cabaret Mlange.
Within a month, Marsh and Sorkin were booked weekly, and consistently drew audiences looking for something more than the standard fare. Rounded out by Noah Farber on piano and Jefferson Kidd on drums, Le Cabaret Mlange continued to blend traditional 20th century French and German cabaret with musical theater selections, pop music deconstruction, comedy, and audience interaction in a new and exciting way.
Le Cabaret Mlange will perform at Cloud 9 on Wednesday, July 20, as a benefit for the CAMP Rehoboth Community Center. For information, see page 9, or call Cloud 9 at 226-1999.
The Love Continues Love 2005 volunteers take a break before heading onto the dance floor for the After Glow party at the Love Main Event.
CAMP Men's Group Outing The new pavillion at Cape Henlopen State Park was the perfect place for a recent barbecue enjoyed by members of the CAMP Rehoboth Men's Group.
All In a Day's Work CAMP Rehoboth mailings go smoothly thanks to a great group of volunteers always willing to pitch in and get the job done. We couldn't do it without you.
LETTERS From CAMP Rehoboth, Vol. 15, No. 9 July 15, 2005