The work of Michael Maglaras & Terri Templeton

Stage on Screen Features Film on the Arts of the Gilded Age


On Sunday, October 8th and Monday, October 9th, the Old Greenbelt Theatre in Greenbelt, Maryland will show our film America Rising: The Arts of the Gilded Age as part of its popular Stage on Screen series.  

Tickets can be purchased at this link.  

Excerpts from the film can be viewed here.

America Rising: The Arts of the Gilded Age tells the story of the painting, the sculpture, the music and the literature of America’s renaissance … the tremendous outpouring of artistic endeavor that occurred between the death of Abraham Lincoln in 1865 and the death of Mark Twain in 1910.

Employing more than 90 paintings, drawings, photographs, and sculptural works by such important America artists as John Singer Sargent, Childe Hassam, Winslow Homer, Alfred Stieglitz, and Augustus Saint-Gaudens, writer/director Michael Maglaras tells the story of the rising of American society through the voices of some of its most creative spirits.  

Michael Maglaras has been hailed as a “virtuoso filmmaker.”  He founded 217 Films in 2003 with the aim of introducing a new audience to the rich history of the art of the American experience.  

You will not want to miss America Rising: The Arts of the Gilded Age…an exciting and enlightening look at America through the eyes of its most creative citizens.  

Behind the Scenes