Mrs. F. Scott Fitzgerald: Zelda
An original reader's theater piece about the life of Zelda Fitzgerald, wife of F. Scott who was artistically unknown to many, will be held at the Ontario County Historical Museum, 55 North Main St. in two performances. She was a talented dancer, writer and artist in her own right, although she led a very troubled life. Friday, September 13 at 7pm and September 14 at 2pm matinee are the showtimes. Tickets support the OCAC and are only $10, which includes light refreshments at intermission. The house is limited to 25 seats, so reservations are suggested.