"Victorian Villains" presented by Candlelight Theatre

October 13, 14, 20, 21, and 22, 2017

This October, visit the Benjamin Harrison Presidential Site as it's unexpectedly beset by a host of the most villainous villains from history. Just when the world thought it was rid of Lizzie Borden, Sweeney Todd, H.H. Holmes and Jack the Ripper, a local team of crime scene investigators have discovered a nefarious plot to bring them back to life! 

 
In this frightful performance of Victorian Villains, guests will partner with their crime scene handler to uncover the sordid tales of the villains. Are you ready to face these fiendish creators of chaos and carnage, so that we can learn from their twisted and tormented minds to protect society as we know it... before it's too late?!
 
Be sure to make your reservations early for this spine-tingling performance. (Performances will sell out; reservations are strongly suggested).
 

Dates: October 13, 14, 20, 21, and 22, 2017

Time: Performances begin every half hour and last approximately 60-75 minutes. Friday and Saturday 6:00 - 8:30pm/Sunday 2:00-4:30pm. 

Cost: $14.95 Presidential Site members and students ages 10 to 12 ; $17.95 adults; (not recommended for children under 10)

What to expect:

Audiences will travel from room to room enjoying performances throughout the Harrison mansion. Audiences will travel up and down two flights of narrow stairs (elevator assistance is available – please indicate if you need elevator access during the registration process so we can best accommodate you). Guests will view shorter vignettes standing and longer scenes seated. Each performance lasts approximately 60-75 minutes.

 With Generous Support From

Candlelight Theatre_sponsors_logo_bar

 

Photos of past performances given by Candlelight Theatre.

Learn more about Candlelight Theatre.

“An American citizen could not be a good citizen who did not have a hope in his heart.” ~ Benjamin Harrison

Share Harrison's passion for giving and become a member, donor or volunteer of the Benjamin Harrison Presidential Site.