Learn About Letchworth Lecture – 8/3/2016

LectureTopic: Wicket Ways

Description: An excerpt performance of a light-hearted romp through local history and teaser for the full musical featuring three local actors. Set in 1890 at the Glen Iris – Carolyn Bishop, Mr. William Letchworth’s longtime secretary, is concerned about the guests he invited to his croquet tournament. George Eastman and Susan B. Anthony will certainly spar on women’s suffrage; Matron Ellsworth will flirt and cheat her way across the pitch, while Clara Barton may have another nervous breakdown. Ruth E. Henry is a 2015 Livingston Arts individual Artist Grant recipient and author of 7 historical musicals.

When: Wednesday, August 3rd, 2016 at 7:00 PM

Where: Humphrey Nature Center, located near Trailside Lodge

The Learn About Letchworth Series is provided through a partnership between the New York State Office of Parks, Recreation, and Historic Preservation and the Livingston Arts

For more information you can call:

Letchworth State Park at (585) 493-3600 or Livingston Arts at (585) 243-6785

 

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