October 7&22, 7 pm
Colonial Dinner Theater: “Easton in Crisis 1755” at the 1753 Bachmann Publick House of the Northampton County Historical & Genealogical Society, 2nd and Northampton Sts., Easton, PA
Presented by the Bachmann Players, Benjamin Franklin comes to Easton to help resolve the crisis with the Indians. Diners enjoy a colonial dinner while interacting with the characters, as Benjamin Franklin comes to Easton to help resolve the crisis with the Indians.
The Bachmann Players bring Easton’s colonial history to life.
The Players, locally based amateur historians and actors, recreate the people and events of the seventeen hundreds, using historic documents, letters and diaries to detail the growth of Easton and the nation. The audience enters the turbulent days of 1755, at the outbreak of the French and Indian War. The action surrounds the playgoers, as they experience dinner at the 1753 Bachmann Publick House as it would have been 261 years ago.
A full colonial-style catered dinner is served during the play, with ale or cider.
$50 per person. Reservations required: Call 610.253.1222. Contact Christopher Black, leader of The Players, at email@example.com