Spend an enjoyable hour with fascinating people from Ohio's past in the intimate setting of museum theater.
These characters will connect their times to yours by sharing their life stories. These are charming and engaging performances that are appropriate for all ages and wheelchair accessible. Performances are free with museum admission every Saturday at 1:00 and 3:00 pm.
Saturdays in December
I'm Dreaming of a White Christmas
Christmas in the 1950s was much different than the Christmas we know today. Visit the jolly holidays of the 50s with colorful character Mabel. Listen as she describes the details of the season from decorations to preparation, and travel to holiday greetings.
Saturdays in January
Telephones have changed dramatically since the first call was made, but has that really improved our personal communication? Our 20th-century telephone operator takes a look at the technology of the past, of her era, and discusses possible advances in the future. MaryLou McKeen of Westerville portrays the operator.