Cape May house tours Explore the Victorian architecture...


February 24, 2000|By Tom LoBianco

Cape May house tours

Explore the Victorian architecture of Cape May, N.J., when more than a dozen homes in the historic town are opened to visitors Saturday. The self-guided walking tour offers participants a view of extensive antiques collections and unique decorating styles. Homeowners will be available at the sites to discuss architectural history and restoration processes.

Homes are open from noon to 3 p.m. The "Discover Cape May Historic House Tour" begins at the Washington Street Mall Information Booth, Washington and Ocean streets. Tickets are $15, $7.50 ages 3-12. Call 800-275-4278.

Mickey Rooney in Easton

See entertainment legend Mickey Rooney when he performs tomorrow evening in "Two for the Show" at the Avalon Theatre in Easton. The musical comedy revue, which provides a look at the entertainer's nearly 80-year career, also features his wife, singer Jan Chamberlin Rooney. Rooney made his first stage appearance at age 1, when he crawled out on stage during his parents' vaudeville act. He is remembered for a number of award-winning films, including "National Velvet" and "Breakfast at Tiffany's," and his three-year appearance in the hit Broadway show "Sugar Babies." After the performance, Rooney will answer questions from the audience.

"Two for the Show" starts at 8 p.m. tomorrow at the Avalon Theatre, 40 E. Dover St. Reserved seating is sold out, but general admission is available for $30. Call 800-551-SEAT.

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