Stephanie Garrett and Lee O’Connor, two of ELTC’s popular readers for “Tales of the Victorians.” Photo credit: Gayle Stahlhuth
East Lynne Theater Company’s “Tales of the Victorians” returns! Enjoy tea and treats while listening to stories for only $12 (ages 12 and under are free).
The schedule is 4 p.m. on Thursdays beginning June 22 at The Mission Inn, 1117 New Jersey Ave., Cape May, with Stephanie Garrett and Lee O’Connor. Stephanie was in ELTC’s “Lost on the Natchez Trace.” Lee portrays Holmes in ELTC’s radio-style mysteries.
Next is “Two Scoops and a Story” on Tuesday, June 27 at 3 p.m. Hosted by The Henry Sawyer Inn, 722 Columbia Ave., Cape May, all-natural ice cream will be served, and ELTC’s artistic director, Gayle Stahlhuth, is performing. Ages 12 and under are $6.
The remaining schedule is back to Thursdays at 4 p.m., and ages 12 and under free.
On July 6, “Tales” is hosted by Twin Gables Inn, 31 Columbia Ave., Cape May, with Stephanie and Lee.
Michele LaRue reads from “Gettysburg: Stories of the Red Harvest and the Aftermath” on July 13 at the Lenore and Martin Bowne residence, 1014 Cape May Ave., Cape May. Part of the proceeds benefits the Garden Club of Cape May. Michele is performing “Someone Must Wash the Dishes” on ELTC’s mainstage on Aug. 13.
At The Blue Rose Inn, 653 Washington St., Cape May, on July 20, Suzanne Longacre, who’s appeared in TV’s “Guiding Light,” is reading.
Stephanie and Lee are at The Chalfonte on July 27, the Hereford Inlet Lighthouse in North Wildwood on Aug. 3 and The Blue Rose Inn on Aug. 10.
ELTC’s “Will Rogers’ U.S.A.” runs through July 22. For reservations and information, call (609) 884-5898 or visit eastlynnetheater.org.