The mission of 52% Productions is to Highlight the stories of those marginalized by the traditional U.S. history canon, Educate ourselves and others through research and open dialogue, and Examine the inclusion of these stories in the public sphere, particularly museums, historic sites, and tourism vehicles.
Leigh Jameson has over thirty years of experience as an actor and storyteller on stages across the country. She has served as a Tour Director up and down the East Coast, working with guests of all ages from around the globe. Leigh is a licensed guide in DC and NYC, holds a B.A. in French and an M.A. in English Lit, and has two guide books available through TheTripSchool – “Alexandria and Mount Vernon” and “Virginia’s Historic Triangle.” For the past dozen years, she has worked with some of the most prestigious museums in the country, including the Smithsonian’s American History Museum, Mount Vernon, and Colonial Williamsburg. In addition to co-founding 52% Productions with Marjie Southerland, Leigh is also the founder of The History Warehouse, a living history performance company that provides a variety of historical figures for historic sites, museums, and educational institutions.