‘Voices from the Dead’ at the North House

The Greenbrier Historical Society will host a second performance of our “Voices from the Dead: Historic Tragedies” program on Friday, Oct. 17. Visitors will stop to hear three historical characters tell their tragic history as you make your way through the North House Museum, located at 301 West Washington Street in Lewisburg.

The 30 minute tours begin at 5, 5:30 and 6 p.m. A limited number of tickets for each tour are available that night on a first come, first served basis. Admission price is “Pay What You Can.”

“Voices from the Dead” was written and directed by Pamela Barry, and performed by three local actors – Larry Davis as train engineer George Washington Alley, Kelly Kemp as frontier woman Ann Clendenin and George Piaseki as Charles Jones, a worker at the Hawks Nest Tunnel. These wonderful actors truly bring to life the characters they are portraying in a dramatic and interesting way.

All proceeds go to support the Greenbrier Historical Society’s North House Museum & Archives.

For more information, visit society.greenbrierhistorical.org or contact GHS at 304-645-3398 or info@greenbrierhistorical.org.

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