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Page 12. HERITAGE, Florida Jewish llews, January 18, 1980 Hi ... to the award-winning Piccadilly Restaurant ' HI andPob-toacord,aLo,d-Eo,"shatmo,phere, W , HI adous service and a cosmopolitan European 1  t; II cu'sneIt'sa '. dining experience well worth the trip, , 'i I  Restaurant and Pub 4 I1' II  In the Gold Key Inn. II !  in Orlando Central Park ll I  Reservations: 855-0050 /J' ii.._Winner f American Ex-press "Fine Dining ''Award more like a permanent Mardi- gras. V pro serv has a 3 Generations of Food Experience . American & Greek Food. Gyros Seafood Steaks Draft Beer Chilled Wines OPEN DAILY 2924 E. Colonial Dr. MON.-SAT. 6 a.m.-11 p.m. (one block W. of Fashion Square) SUNDAY 7 a.m.-3 p.m. 894-0611 ! I the DELl with u i a DIFFERENCE t. in food ... m in atmosphere ... z_ in friendliness ... Yet another interesting attraction has opened in Central Florida. As the first of the million-dollar additions to Sea World, Flodda Festival offers entertainment, dining and shopping in a complex landscaped with pathways and brooks, looking more like an outdoor marketplace though housed within a sturdy canopy. Florida style foods of every description are sold while costumed employees wander What began as an exercise program for the wives of servicemen on a military base developed into nationally popular physical fitness activity called aerobic dancing, which combines jogging with dancing. Originated by Jacki Sorensen, routines will be performed daily by instructors at Walt Disney World Village from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. with an added performance from 10 a.m. to Noon on January 19. Sounds like vigorous disco! Della Reese, in her jazz- blues-gospel style, is now at the Top of the World supper club January 14-27. Marian McPartland and Jimmy , McPartland, piano and 'trumpet respectively, perform at the Village Lounge now until January 26. The American Heart Associ- ation will benefit from Circus World coupons obtainable where tickets are sold or hotels Circus World is always on top of worthwhile causes, whether high school students, the armed forces or sports fans. For instance, they hosted the 1979 Tangerine Bowl Queen Robin Maples during her lats reigning day at a night party. Terry Lamond, former Red Hot Mama at Rosie O'Grady's, now appears at Park Plaza Gardens on Park Avenue, Winter Park. The chanteuse recently returned from a tour with the Bob Crosby group around the country. Her stay at the Gardens is indefinite. Maitland Art Center Winter Class Schedule is open for registration this week for: drawing and sketching, painting, oil and acrylics, photography (five courses), pottery, handbuilding, sculpture, watercolor, lithography. For additional information call 645-2181. Grapefruit Productions, a non-profit professional theatre, will bring children's plays directly to schools, day- care centers, etc. in a new repertory touring troupe. Founder, Hal Rosenblatt has resigned to accept the direc- torship of the Berkeley, Cal. branch of the London Drama Studio. Acting administrator is now Terry Hays, an experi- enced actress who received her professional training at the American Conservatory Theatre in San Francisco. Call 423-0405 for booking infor- mation. lovely misery by lacing their elderberry wine with arsenic. At the Once Upon A Stage Dinner Theatre, Jeanne Marsic and Liz Michel are the sweet old souls whose "harmless" brother Teddy, magnificently played by Lowell Fenner, buries 12 bodies in the cellar while digging the "Panama Canal" and in between charges up "San Juan Hill" (the stairs). The only sane member of the Brewster family, Mortimer, is played by Michael Collins with enthusiastic terror. Mortimer finds a body in the cedar chest and concludes he cannot marry because of his tainted blood. The retuming brother, mad Jonathan, is forcefully played by Ray Michel with his partner, Dr. Einstein, equally mad, an effective willing foil as portrayed by John Davin. 'DELTA debut at TANGERINE QUEEN, Robin Maples, shown ball star Robbie Mahtook at Circus Nephew Mortimer's con- meek fused girlfriend, Elaine, is mental i pretty and proper as the Teddy is Faturing Hebrew National' which entitle the holder to $1 REVIEW: daughter of Reverend Harper, with his - off regular adult admission Arsenic and Old Lace Kosher Provisions and 50 off regular child's by Rod Kurry. Officers Klein - admission through February You must remember that and O'Hara, by Mack-Aaron they gruesomely funny play with Nicely and Ed Schwartz man. It's Bagels Made On 29. 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