Oct 29-31, 2015
Featuring two performances each night at 6:30-7:30 p.m. and 8-9 p.m., the tour features a spirited stroll through the streets of Historic Norcross as guests explore a little local lore. With a focus on the period between 1864-1961, Lionheart Theatre Company puts its guests right into the thick of things as each tour group is lead throughout the city to witness reenactments of shoot outs and murders that happened right where they stand. They will also become jury members in the courtroom trial deciding the guilt or innocence in the slaying of the Simpson Boys, meet hobos by the campfire telling stories of the good old boot legging days, see a shootout on the streets between Henry “Doc” Lively and Bija Nuckolls – all while being on the lookout for escaped convict, James Meriwether.
Tour groups travel on foot – although, services can be provided to accommodate handicapped guests. Beverages and snacks are provided. Paid reservation tickets are available through Lionheart Theatre Company’s website at www.lionhearttheatre.org for just $15 each with group discounts available.