Bring your chairs, blankets and flashlights and join us by the encampment fire at the Hopewell Museum to hear stories from Mary Todd Lincoln by storyteller, Pat Jordan.
Pat Jordan, a professional singer-actor, published writer and director, has appeared in scores of productions at the Philadelphia Academy of Music and New York’s Cooper’s Union, Walnut Street Studio Stages, the 42nd Street Theatre and the Cluman Theatre in New York. Jordan is in demand as a private teacher of stage performance as well as on-camera acting and musical theater. She also is an artist-in-education drama instructor, stage director, and program director of the Chester Theatre Arts Outreach Program, a foundation-sponsored youth initiative celebrating its 10th year. She studied at H-B Studio with Herbert Berghoff and Hal Holden and the Juilliard Opera Workshop. Pat holds a bachelor’s degree in Theatre and Communication Arts from Villanova University as well as advanced study in acting, directing and playwriting. Event sponsored by Blackwell Memorial Home.