A Road Scholar program by Lyman Shepard
A first-person dramatic living history performance in authentic costume with an accompanying slide presentation that covers much of the life and diverse work of Frank Lloyd Wright. By the conclusion of the performance, the audience will be able to compare and contrast the variety of styles used by Wright in several of his celebrated buildings. Examples include the Prairie Style, the Usonian house, and Wright’s version of eclecticism. Attendees will also be able to distinguish between Wright’s early work and that of his later years.
For more information contact Cynthia S. Maxwell, 708.755.5040.