It’s ELTC’s 31st Season of TALES OF THE VICTORIANS! They can't offer you a cup of tea and homemade treats like they usually do when they perform at local B&Bs and shops, but East Lynne Theater Company actors are still reading stories by famous Americans like Mark Twain, Ida B. Wells, O. Henry, and Isaac Asimov, and one-acts by Ruth Draper and John L. Balderston This year, they’ll be outside in the shaded backyard of a home in Cape May. 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. 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.