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Anna Eleanor Roosevelt, “First Lady of the World,” forever changed the role of the first lady through her active participation in politics and humanitarian efforts. She was the longest-serving First Lady throughout her husband Franklin D. Roosevelt’s four terms in office. Millions of people who never met her felt a bond that verged on kinship. Eleanor’s was a remarkable and inspiring life, a voyage of self-discovery. She triumphed publicly over private despair, transformed from a shy, lonely woman to a national leader in her own right. In addition to being a diplomat and an activist, she was a United Nations spokeswoman. Despite the fact that she never ran for political office, she was entrenched in politics. Eleanor Roosevelt was a tireless advocate for programs for the needy and a was champion of human rights.

Ticket price includes a menu choice of one of the following selections:

Herb-Crusted Flank Steak: Savor a perfectly tender herb- crusted flank steak served with roasted tomato jus.

Chicken Marsala: Pan seared chicken breast with Marsala mushroom sauce.

History Dinner Theater allows visitors to dine on a gourmet three-course meal of their chosing while they are regaled by the historic tales, music, poetry and personal accounts of some of the most fascinating historic figures in the United States. 

Tickets an be reserved by mail, online or by phone at 724.805.2188. 


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