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iir]L ' Y t& Cabaret I Thursday through Sunday The Old Opera House's stunning pro- duction of ',Cabaret" continues this week, with performances set for 7:30 p.m. Thursday, at 8 p.m. Friday and Sunday, and a final show at 2:30 p.m. on Sunday. The musical - based on the original 1966 Broadway hit starring Joel Gray - comes to the stage at the historic theater at 204 N. George St. in Charles Town. For details or to secure tickets, call the Old Opera House box office at 304-725- 4420 or go to oldoperahouse.org. Chamber music I Saturday and Sunday Talented musicians who enjoy world- wide acclaim will be in Charles Town this weekend to perform in the Charles Washington Chamber Music Society's concert series. The concerts will happen at two his- toric venues in the city - Charles Wash- " ington Hall downtown and Happy Re- reat on Mordington Avenue - and the program will feature music by classical "and contemporary composer~ ;nr.l.rHn~ Bach, Debussy, Villa-Lobos, Berio, Rak '. and Duchiffre. Three of the outstanding musicians who performed at the first concert series in February will return - intemationally ,recognized flutist Angela Collier-Reyn- olds; Rene Schiffer, principal cellist of i Apollo's Fire Baroque Orchestra who :has performed throughout the world; ',and Stanley Yates, one of the leading 20th-century exponents of music for the guitar. The first concert, set for 7:30 p.m. Sat- urday, happens in the upstairs auditorium at Charles Washington Hall at the cor- ner of Washington and George streets. The second performance begins at 2 p.m. ', Sunday at historic Happy Retreat, the home of Charles Town founder Charles Washington. , Tickets for the Saturday performance: ,l cost $20 general admission (or just $10 i- (See OUT Page B7~i~ ABOVE:: Bridget Chebo stars as bohemian cabaret performer SalLy Bowles and Ed Conn portrays the Master of Ceremonies in the Old Opera leoumseN;pER test, "Cabaret." BELOW LEFT: Lee Hebb and John Glymph are shown In a scene from the musical that premiered last week and continues with four more performances starting Thursday night, BELOW RIGHT: Ed Conn portrays the emcee in "Cabaret," set in Germany as the Nazis come to power, Discounted Screening Fee Cash, Check, Credit Card A physician order is not required, but patients must register by phone. Any patient without a physician will be assigned one to receive test . lts. . .~ - f Berkeley Medical Center and Jefferson Medical Center will be offering 3D Tomo Digital Mammogram Screening Clinics to women age 35 and older at a discounted "community service" fee during the Month of May. BERKELEY MEDIC, AL CENTER Women's Imaging Center Located across from Berkeley Medical Center on Tennessee Avenue Saturday, May 5, 12, 19, 26 8 am to 3 pm JEFFERSON CENTER Women's Imaging Center Located across from Jefferson Medical Center Saturday, May 5, 12, 19 8amto3pm Overwhelmed at the flea market? Designers give shopping tips By The Associated Press Arriving at a sprawling flea market on a crisp Satur- day morning can be exciting. So many potential treasures might be hidden among the dusty piles of cast-off, sec- ond-hand goods. Yet often it's overwhelm- ing, even for experts. With acres of furniture, art, acces- sories and more stretching out in front of you. where do you begin? With a list, suggests New York interior designer Jen- ny Dina Kirschner, who rare- ly goes hunting for vintage items without one. On a recent flea mar- ket visit, "we made a list of things we still needed. Ac- cent tables, some specific chairs," Kirschner says. You won't always find what you seek, and you may find a few treasures you'd never imag- ined wanting. But having the list helps "'avoid that insane feeling of arriving and, 'Oh my God, what do I look for first?'" she says. So what DO designers like to look for first at a flea mar- ket? For Los Angeles interior designer Jessica McClendon, founder of the design firm Glamour Nest, that depends where she is. "When I shop on trips, I like to focus on items that are unique to the location. I found a Bavarian deer head carved out of wood when I was in Munich that is so in- teresting and unique to the Black Forest that I simply had to have it." she says. "In Ireland, I zeroed in on tex- tiles and antique Bibles or prayer books." When shopping for vin- (See FLEA Page B7)