New Philadelphia, OH: Schoenbrunn Amphitheatre

Country: United States of America
State: Ohio
City: New Philadelphia
Location: 1600 Trumpet Drive NE

Open-air theatre, opened 1969. Used for performances of Paul Green's historical drama "Trumpet in the Land". Named after the nearby village of Schoenbrunn founded by David Zeisberger in 1772.

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New Philadelphia, OH: Schoenbrunn Amphitheatre Reverse Text: "Ohio's First Outdoor/Drama Theater. Trumpet In The Land. A moving adventure of yesterday. In 1772 David Zeisberger settled among the Delaware Indians in the beautiful Tuscarawas Valley and converted them to Christianity. Trumpet in the Land, by Paul Green, Pulitzer Prize-winning author, is the dramatic story of the early history of Ohio and the Moravian missionaries great effort to civilize the Delawares. Had there been no conflict between the British and American armies so close at hand and the massacre of 96 Indian converts by mistake at Gnadenhutten, this dream of peace and brotherhood might have prevailed in the then West. A land finally won only by blood and misery. This story of peace, love and brotherhood is played nightly except Monday July-August and first week in September. Phone [...] or write Trumpet In The Land, Box 275, Dover, Ohio 44622."
Publisher: Kelley's Studio, Hagerstown MD; ICS-102170
Type: Divided Back
Size: Classic
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