Wor-Wic Holds 2006 Dessert Theater
March 28, 2006

Ayla Turner of Salisbury and Mike Rippetoe of Stockton, cast members and students at Wor-Wic Community College, serve Patty and Michael McCarthy and Carol Johnson, guests from Frankford, Del., at Wor-Wic’s Dessert Theater. Turner, a Salisbury School student taking a sociology class at Wor-Wic, played the bride, and Rippetoe, an architectural computer-aided drafting student, played the groom, in one of the eight one-act plays about love and marriage.

Dave Robbins of Hebron, a hotel-motel-restaurant management student at Wor-Wic Community College, serves mushroom douxelle to Lynn and Russ Blake of Pocomoke City during the 2006 Dessert Theater sponsored by the general studies department, the arts club and the hotel-motel-restaurant management department at the college.

Nathan Douse, a performer at the Wor-Wic Community College Dessert Theater, serves coffee to his sister, Erin, and their parents, David and Lynn Douse of Salisbury.

Dr. Elaine L. Vander Clute of Ocean Pines, left, professor of speech and English at Wor-Wic Community College, and Dr. Allison S. Bartlett of Ocean City, right, associate professor of English, enjoyed visiting with Del. Nancy Stocksdale, R-5A-Carroll, of Westminster, Md., at Wor-Wic’s Dessert Theater.

Casey Greisz, a general studies student at Wor-Wic Community College, is congratulated by her mother, Judy Greisz of Pocomoke City, left, and Jason Hale of Baltimore, right, on her theatrical performances in several of the Dessert Theater acts.

Sunny Williams, center, a business management student and actress in the “Happily Never After” farce on traditional fairytales at the Wor-Wic Community College Dessert Theater, visits with Landon Williams and Marilyn Cook of Westover.