The Fulton Theatre in Lancaster, Pennsylvania is one of America’s most haunted theaters. Its foundations were once the walls of a colonial jail that in 1763 witnessed the massacre of the last surviving Conestoga Indians. Those same walls later served to incarcerate fugitive slaves, and the building went on to become a town hall, theater, and movie house. Local author Leslie Stainton will discuss the history of the famed playhouse, and read an excerpt of her new book, Staging Ground: An American Theater and Its Ghosts, on Wednesday, January 28 at 7 pm in the Downtown Library’s Multi-Purpose Room.
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