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Revival House to present ‘Jaws 3D’ at Milton Theatre July 20

July 18, 2017

This month's Revival House is a salute to films that have a unique entertainment value which may or may not have been intentional. With that in mind, Revival House presents Pain Don't Hurt at 6 p.m., Thursday, July 20, a salute to films that are accidentally awesome, while also featuring food, music and art that are awesome on purpose.

On the stage: Paper Waves

A local artist hailing from Seaford, Paper Waves is a singer/songwriter with an alternative flair. Armed with his guitar and his voice, this artist will weave some mood-setting tunes for the rest of the night.

On the plate: Grandpa (MAC)

Since the event is a salute to films that could be deemed "cheesy," who better to complement that than Grandpa (MAC) of Rehoboth Beach? Grandpa (MAC), helmed by local restaurateur and 2016 James Beard Award semifinalist Hari Cameron, will be offering fresh homemade pasta, sauces, meat and cheese galore.

On the tap: Dewey Beer Co.

This month, great brews will be on tap from Dewey Beer Co., a business located along Coastal Highway in Dewey Beach.

Featured film: "Jaws 3D"

When Patrick Swayze said "Pain don't hurt," he obviously never met this bad mother. The shark is so scary that people were actually afraid to go in the water after watching it on the big screen. That's right, it's Jaws! This isn't just any shark. Coming in at 35 feet of pure eating power, this is one bad fish no one wants to mess with. If that were not enough to make people warm up the pool water, they get to watch it in 3D, complete with old-school anaglyph glasses. Plus, there will be an audience question-and-answer session with John Putch, who plays Sean Brody in "Jaws 3D."

Tickets are $5-$10. For more information or to purchase tickets, go to MiltonTheatre.com or call 302-684-3038.

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