Thursday, December 30th at 6:00pm
Registration begins December 1st
Frank, a riverboat guide, has spent many of his years sending tourists down a river so that they can see many of the sights that lay about. However, Frank soon changes his ambitions from just being a guide when he teams up with Lily Houghton, a woman looking to solve mysteries that can lead both of them to great knowledge and riches. However, both of them will run into trouble on their journey that could lead them to death. 127min/PG 13
We will have tables and chairs set-up just like an old fashioned dinner theater! You can bring anything from a sandwich, to sushi, to a take-out meal from your favorite restaurant.
Thursday, October 28th at 6:30
A one hour program with dramatic performances of The Tell-Tale Heart and The Raven. Campbell Harmon speaks in-character as Poe with the audience about the author’s life, his death, and his profound influence on American literature; dispelling the myths that have surrounded his legacy to show how his works continue to affect us today.
This great writer is brought to life by actor Campbell Harmon in dramatic readings, historical biography, and direct audience interaction.
Edgar Allan Poe was the first American writer to attempt to support himself solely on writing alone. He wrote the first modern detective story, the first modern science fiction story, and founded the modern horror genre. His famous, tragic love for his wife, Virginia, helped to inspire his landmark poem, The Raven. Speculation over the cause of his mysterious death in 1849 continues to this day. His writings still speak to us more than 160 years later and have inspired countless stage and film adaptations.
Campbell Harmon has performed as Edgar Allan Poe since 2009. He has brought the Master of the Macabre to life for audiences across America. Harmon has worked with libraries, schools, and the National Endowment for the Arts to further historical education and spark a love of reading in young and old alike. Harmon is a displaced Kentuckian and graduate of Yale Divinity School. He lives in Wallingford, Connecticut in a 120 year-old house with a 102lb dog. Find out more about Campbell Harmon at: https://thepoeactor.com/.
Thursday, November 4th at 6:30
Registration begins October 15th
In this lecture Dustin presents ideas and concepts that challenge the audience to Get Off The Couch and step out of their comfort zones to pursue more fulfilling lives. All too often we become apathetic. What is “good enough” becomes our norm. Complacency and comfort are robbing us of our potential. What are you waiting for? This is your life. Get off the couch!
Attendance at juvenile programs is limited to children of the age group for which the program is intended and their caregivers.