“An Evening with Mark Cline: Stories of Escape from East Germany”
Thursday, June 20, 2019
5:30 pm with reception to follow
George C. Marshall Foundation
VMI Parade, Lexington, Virginia
Due to limited seating, please RSVP no later than June 17, 2019.
To reserve your seat call Leigh McFaddin at 540-463-7103, ext. 138 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Members and students will be admitted free; non-members will pay $15 at the door.
A part of the George C. Marshall Legacy Series
About the Lecture
Cline, an escape artist in his own right, will be talking about some of the most memorable escapes from East Germany over the Berlin Wall. Cline will tie together stories using his own knowledge of planning impossible escapes (see below). #FunFact: Cline was recently commissioned by the Marshall Museum to design and construct the replica section of Berlin Wall currently on display in the lower gallery alongside The Cold War Legacy exhibit.
About the Speaker
Mark Cline is a speaker, storyteller, actor and all around entertainer. He is well-known for his involvement in local activities and attractions in the area. He created and conducts the Lexington Ghost Tour which he and his wife Sherry started in 1996. He has appeared in VMI Theater productions as well as played Stonewall Jackson in Lime Kiln’s Stonewall Country. He has also recreated some of Harry Houdini’s famous escapes and illusions. Mr. Cline builds props and displays for the amusement industry all around the world from his studio in Natural Bridge called the “Enchanted Castle Studios.” He also entertains guests at his theme park in Natural Bridge called “Dinosaur Kingdom II.”