It’s ELTC’s 31st Season of TALES OF THE VICTORIANS! They can't offer tea and homemade treats like usual when they perform at local B&Bs, but East Lynne Theater Company actors are still reading stories by famous Americans like Ida B. Wells, O. Henry, and Louisa May Alcott, and one-acts by John L. Balderston and those based on Mark Twain. This year, they’ll be outside in the shaded backyard of a home in Cape May, NJ. Performers are on microphones. Reservations are required and may be made by calling or e-mailing the office. The location will be revealed when the reservation is made.
Please wear a mask, and sit in socially-distanced seats. They'll not be serving drinks and food, but you may bring a beverage. No restroom facilities will be available.
Not in Cape May? ELTC is offering TALES OF THE VICTORIANS - AT HOME. On April 30, they launched their first TALE, and continue to offer TALES on their YouTube Channel, https://tinyurl.com/eltc-YouTube. ELTC’s TALES ON YOUTUBE have been featured on Broadwayworld.com, NJStages.com, and on NJArts.net
To find ELTC’s TALES videos, and learn about the performers and various topics and programs, visit www.tinyurl.com/ELTC-tales.