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History Speaks: Spotlighting the WCFTR’s Amazing Film & Theater Collection

August 11 @ 7:30 pm - 8:30 pm

Discover the people, events, and landscapes that make the Village of Ephraim unique! History Speaks are programs that tell stories of Ephraim, and sometimes the wider world in which it exists. History Speaks programs are free and open to the public, and geared towards adults and families. Programs are presented in a variety of ways, both virtual and in-person, to meet the changing needs of Door County residents and visitors.

History Speaks 2021

History Speaks 2021 programs are listed below. Please check this page often as venues are subject to change our nation eases out of the pandemic. In addition, program options will be added as staffing allows and as the seasons change. Phone 920-854-9688 or email kharris@ephraim.org for additional information about programs.

Wednesday August 11
This sketch, signed by Head, is for a costume to be worn in Anything Goes (1956). Image courtesy of WI Center for Film and Theater Research.

Spotlighting the WCFTR’s Amazing Film & Theater Collection 7:30 – 8:30 PM. Ephraim Village Hall.Did you know Wisconsin is not only the home of legendary stars of the stage and screen but also one of the world’s major research centers for entertainment history? Come and learn about the Wisconsin Center for Film and Theater Research!  Find out about Wisconsinites who made it big in film, on television and on stage, watch Frank Lloyd Wright on the first late night TV talk show, see reproductions of Edith Head sketches for the film Breakfast at Tiffany’s and Stephen Sondheim’s handwritten lyrics for the musical West Side Story, listen to Rod Serling read scripts from classic TV shows including Hill Street Blues and WKRP in Cincinnati. The EHF welcomes Mary Huelsbeck for this special program. 920-854-9688. 

Details

Date:
August 11
Time:
7:30 pm - 8:30 pm
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Organizer

Ephraim Historical Foundation
Phone:
9208549688
Email:
jgrochowski@ephraim.org
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