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Rokeby Museum | Lindsay Houpt-Varner, Museum Director
4334 Route 7 | Ferrisburgh, VT 05456
802.877.3406 |

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Call for Actors for Spirits of Rokeby

Rokeby Museum is seeking actors! Spirits of Rokeby is a short-form, low-commitment production. Background: the historic owners of Rokeby were advocates of Spiritualism and held séances in the home. The séance transcripts have been adapted into a script, recreating visitations that occurred 180 years ago in the same home. The audience receives a history talk from staff about Spiritualism before entering the home where costumed actors, lights, and sound bring the séances to life. 

Performances are 20 minutes with 30 minutes break between. 5 performances Friday evening, 10/28, and 8 performances on Saturday, 10/29 with a dinner break. 5 rehearsals in Oct. plus a dress rehearsal show week. Actors receive a monetary stipend and show-day dinners. Actors of all experience levels are welcome, and monologues are welcome but not required. Join this for this unique experience!

1. Miss Irish: professional medium, charismatic/vigorous spirit (feminine presenting, any age)
2. Rowland Robinson: Victorian, stoic presence (masculine presenting, 40-60 y/o) 
3. Thomas R. Robinson: a spirit from Summer Land (masculine presenting, 60-90 y/o)
4. Thomas R. Robinson Jr.: a spirit from Summer Land (masculine presenting, 18-40 y/o) 

Auditions: Thursday, 9/29 at 5:15pm at Rokeby Museum: 4334 Route 7, Ferrisburgh. Contact Tucker Foltz at to reserve a spot. Walk-ins accepted.
Join the Board of Trustees at Rokeby Museum! 
Rokeby is committed to the preservation and interpretation of the Robinson family’s homestead, an 18th century farmhouse with nearly 200 years of domestic belongings and an archive of over 15,000 family letters. This commitment includes maintaining hiking trails and an educational center with an award-winning Underground Railroad exhibit and a space for changing exhibitions. 
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Recent Collections Find. A Rokeby volunteer found this pocket watch in a box of miscellaneous household items. The watch belonged to Rowlie Robinson (4th generation). Attached is a small locket with a picture of his wife, Elizabeth Donoway Robinson. 
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