The Lady, the Locket and the Loves of John Wilkes Booth
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Arts DuPage Month Perk: The performance is held in celebration of Arts DuPage Month.
“The Lady, the Locket and the Loves of John Wilkes Booth,” an original play by Dr. Maria Boundas Bakalis of Curtain Up Classroom, weaves a mysterious tale surrounding a woman’s locket — a locket once presented to a lover from the infamous John Wilkes Booth, a name that evokes images of the mad man who assassinated President Abraham Lincoln. But Booth was also a well-known and successful actor, son of one ofView more
Tickets are $10 for Adults, $8 for GEHS Members, and $5 for Students 18 and under. Tickets will be sold in advance at Stacy’s Corner’s Store, the Glen Ellyn Historical Society’s gift shop, Eventbrite (follow the link below), as well as at the door the afternoon of the event. Refreshments will be served.
For more information, visit our website at www.glenellynhistory.org or call us at 630/469-1867.
800 North Main Street, Glen Ellyn, IL 60137
There is convenient, free parking in our lot. If the lot is full, additional parking is located behind Stacy’s Tavern Museum. If school is closed, you may also park by the elementary school, or across the street at the District 41 Administration Building. There is also parking on nearby residential streets, but watch for directional signs as not all side streets allow parking on both sides.