Shawna Stoltzfoos is a Lancaster screenwriter, actor, and filmmaker. David Moulton is the host of The Lancast, a local general interest podcast. He’s also the producer of Shawna’s latest video project, a six-episode mini-series called Young/Lancaster, which will premiere in its entirety on Friday, August 23 at Zoetropolis Art House and Theatre, 315 W. James St., Lancaster.
The series chronicles the main character, Harriet, as she navigates life as a young artist in Lancaster, PA, and was shot on location around the city. Interwoven into each episode are short animated history lessons about historical Lancastrians who were involved in the arts and creativity. All animation and the original score was created by Barnaby and Julie Holmes.
Shawna and David recruited 50 Lancaster creatives to participate in the creation of the series. Each episode was directed by different Lancaster area filmmakers and included different cast members. Shawna also joined us on Around the Wood Stove back in April on episode #102 to get us up to speed on the project as it was unfolding. And you can learn a little more about Shawna in this blog post.
Series Premiere: Friday, August 23 @ 7 pm. Buy Tickets Here ($15)
Other showings ($10 – buy at Zoetropolis):
Saturday, August 24 @ 3:30 pm, 6:30 pm, and 9:00 pm
Sunday, August 25 @ 3:30 pm, 6:30 pm, and 9:00 pm
A Modern Look at Classic Albums
John Modern is a Religious Studies professor at Franklin and Marshall College and the co-host of Solid Side Vinyl with Jeremy Seedorf, Thursdays from 9 to 11pm on WFNM 89.1 (on summer break until September 2013). Today John takes a look at the 1989 album from The Beastie Boys called Paul’s Boutique.
Other Upcoming Events
- DNL Entertainment presents Jam at the Dam (40 bands on 3 stages) Saturday, July 6 @ 12 pm to 2 am at 88 Miller Lane, Weatherly, PA 18255.
- Wood Stove House and the Lancaster Mennonite Historical Society present Music in the Orchard summer concert series Saturday, July 13, July 27, August 10 @ 6 pm at the Hans Herr House, 1849 Hans Herr Drive, Willow Street, PA. $5 (kids under 12 FREE)