Her World, Her Way
A first-time exhibit by a little known Pyle—Howard's sister-in-law—opens at the Delaware Art Museum. Plus, "Oliver" goes to the beach, Wyoming plans a peachy party and a summer music series continues on the Riverfront.
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Consider Yourself Entertained
“Oliver!,” Clear Space Theatre Company’s summer family show, hits the Schwartz Center for the Arts in Dover August 1-2. The musical, loosely based on Charles Dickens’ novel “Oliver Twist,” stays faithful to the original setting of 1850s London. The story follows a homeless boy who travels from an orphanage to a creepy undertaker’s parlor, then joins a gang of thieves. The novel is grittier than the musical, but young Oliver finds a measure of happiness in both. Lionel Bart’s songs, especially “Where is Love?” “Consider Yourself” and “As Long As He Needs Me,” are classics. For more, call 644-3810, or visit clearspaceproductions.com.
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