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  2. Sight & Sound Theatres - Wikipedia

    Sight & Sound Theatres. Sight & Sound Theatres is an entertainment company that produces Bible stories live on stage. Based in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, Sight & Sound operates two theaters: one in Ronks, Pennsylvania (formerly known as the Millennium Theatre) and the second in Branson, Missouri. Each year, more than a million people from ...

  3. Fulton Opera House - Wikipedia

    October 11, 1952 [1] The Fulton Opera House, also known as the Fulton Theatre or simply The Fulton, is a League of Regional Theatres class B regional theater located in historic downtown Lancaster, Pennsylvania. It is reportedly the oldest working theatre in the United States. [4] It was designated a National Historic Landmark in 1964.

  4. Soldiers and Sailors Monument (Lancaster, Pennsylvania)

    April 2, 1973. The Soldiers and Sailors Monument is a 43-foot (13 m) tall Gothic Revival memorial which stands in Penn Square in downtown Lancaster, Pennsylvania. It was dedicated on July 4, 1874, at its present site on the Northeast intersection of King and Queen Streets. The monument's original intention was to pay tribute to Lancastrian ...

  5. Lancaster Symphony Orchestra - Wikipedia

    The Lancaster Symphony Orchestra is a local orchestra in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. It performs year-round at the city's historical Fulton Opera House and consists of many highly talented musicians from around the area. It is a member of the American Symphony Orchestra League and is a class 5 orchestra with a budget that exceeds $1 million per year.

  6. National Register of Historic Places listings in Lancaster ...

    The city of Lancaster is the location of 57 of these properties and districts; they are listed here, while the 151 properties and districts in the other parts of the county are listed separately. One property straddles the Lancaster city limits and appears on both lists. Another two sites are further designated as National Historic Landmarks.

  7. Lancaster Court House Historic District - Wikipedia

    Designated VLR. January 18, 1983 [2] The Lancaster Court House Historic District is a national historic district consisting of 25 structures, including one monument, located in Lancaster, Virginia, Lancaster County, Virginia. Four of the buildings make up the Mary Ball Washington Museum and Library, founded in 1958, whose purpose is to preserve ...

  8. The Rainmaker (play) - Wikipedia

    The Rainmaker. (play) The Rainmaker is a play written by N. Richard Nash in the early 1950s. The play opened on October 28, 1954, at the Cort Theatre in New York City, and ran for 125 performances. It was directed by Joseph Anthony and produced by Ethel Linder Reiner . The play was translated into more than 40 languages and made into the 1956 ...

  9. Lancaster Institute for the Contemporary Arts - Wikipedia

    Departments. The Lancaster Institute is composed of four creative disciplines; these are, Art, Design, Film, and Theatre. A decision to expand the Department of Fine Art was enacted on in 2013, and the department accepted over 50% more applicants than the previous cohort, with an even larger intake proposed for the following year.