Tickets on sale for ‘A Season of Intrigue: The Election of 1800’

Mark Favazza’s enthusiasm and interest in history prompted him to write a play based on the contentious presidential campaign of 1800.

Lancaster Players president Luke Rawls recently announced the box office for the fall production, A Season of Intrigue: The Election of 1800, has opened.

The play, written by Mark Favazza, invites audiences to take a seat for a presidential election debate between incumbent John Adams and contender Thomas Jefferson, two former friends who are now political enemies. 

Favazza, an admitted “history buff,” said the “attacks and rebuttals” of the dynamic interchanges between the characters are drawn from actual quotes from….

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