As a Frederick county local and lover of history, this business is a passion project! I would love to use this business as a way to share our city's rich history with anyone who'd like to listen!
About the Owner
My name is Victoria, I've lived in Frederick my whole life and I am proud to call it my home! I am currently in college studying United States History with the end-goal of becoming a teacher. I started this business because I wanted to find a way to spread my love for history in an entertaining way!
Lora Strosnider is a Carroll County native but has been exploring and enjoying Frederick County for most of her life. She is the owner/ director of Take the Stage Drama School which she began 14 years ago. Lora has performed for numerous community theatre groups as well as independent films and commercials. She enjoys performing with the Carroll County Cloggers, gardening, and spending time with her family. History is a hobby for Lora and she loves delving into all things that can bring the past to life.
Ty Unglebower is a lifelong resident of Frederick County. Though he hasn’t yet appeared in Frederick-based theatre, he has appeared in over 30 productions over the years in various different community theatre companies. He is a freelance writer, and author, with seven books to his name, (so far.) You can learn more about him at his website, TyUnglebower.com.
LiamDay is a longtime Frederick resident and theatre enthusiast! He is currently studying acting for film at New York Conservatory for Dramatic Arts and has returned to Maryland for the summer to spin some spooky tales! He hopes you enjoy the tour!