On Thursday, October 21, 2021, join author and historian, Leslie Stainton, for a retrospective look at the history of Lancaster’s Fulton Theater.
Leslie Stainton is the author of Staging Ground: An American Theater and Its Ghosts (Penn State Press, 2014), a history-memoir about one of America’s most haunted buildings, the Fulton Theatre of Lancaster, Pennsylvania. Stainton has written essays for the New York Times, Washington Post, The Sun Magazine, American Scholar, Michigan Quarterly Review, River Teeth, and other publications. A two-time Fulbright award recipient, Stainton holds a BA in drama from Franklin and Marshall College and an MFA in dramaturgy from the University of Massachusetts. She lives in Ann Arbor, Michigan, where she teaches writing at the University of Michigan Residential College. Stainton is at work on a book about her slaveholding ancestors, the Scarletts of Georgia. She serves on the board of directors of the Slave Dwelling Project and is a past board member of Coming to the Table.
EVENT DETAILS & HOW TO REGISTER
This event will take place online via Zoom on October 21, 2021 at 7pm Eastern. This is NOT an in-person event.
The program is free and open to the public but requires advance registration. Register online by clicking “Get Tickets” below or by calling (717) 392-4633. Your link to the Zoom event will be emailed to you upon successful registration. If you are unfamiliar with Zoom, we highly recommend reading our Virtual Event Guide & FAQ in advance the of the event. Registration for this program will close online on October 21 at 6:50 ET.
Phone: (717) 392-4633
230 N President Ave
Lancaster, Pennsylvania 17603