1930Dramatic performances were held at Stillington Hall.Arts and Culture, Theater

Stillington Hall on Western Avenue, c. 1930s. Peter A. Juley & Son, Cape Ann Museum Library & Archives, Photo 13827
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Stillington Hall, an elegant 1920s Tudor-style estate, was purchased by the actor Leslie Buswell in 1923. He named the home Stillington after his mother’s hometown in England and it was designed by the interior designer Henry Davis Sleeper, and included a vaulted hall with a stage at one end and a seating capacity for 170 people where he would host performances by his troupe of actors, the Stillington Players.

“Exploring the Timeless Beauty of Stillington Hall: A Preserved 1920s Tudor-Style Summer Estate.” InCollect, https://www.incollect.com/articles/a-summer-estate-preserved_1. Accessed 14 Aug. 2023.
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