Center Sights - Living History Performances
Living history presentations help bring to life everyday experiences and adventures from the overland emigration era and periods pertinent to the Center's other themes. Center staff, volunteers and contractors provide intensively researched, historically accurate character portrayals, plays, demonstrations, and period music performances. Much of this activity takes place in the Center's 150-seat Leo Adler Theater, with regularly scheduled presentations throughout the high visitation season.
Living history presentations and special events also take place outdoors at the Center's wagon encampment and lode mine sites, and the outdoor amphitheater.