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Historical Entertainment

Original Historical Dramas

Experience being part of a live audience at a 1940's radio "broadcast." See and a period crime drama, comedy, western, or spooky horror play presented as they would be in a radio theatre.


"The Humorist and The Rough Rider"

The dichotomy of Mark Twain and Theodore Roosevelt.  Spend an evening with Mark Twain and Theodore Roosevelt as they discuss their thoughts on America's involvement in other Nations, their views on politics and each other.

Puppet Plays of the 18th and 19th centuries were not just for kids! Presented in the historic fashion using "flat action figures." Puppet plays were enjoyed by people of all ages.

The Death of Blackbeard The Pirate

The Siege of Yorktown

A Voyage to the Great South Seas

The Aeronauts

"Back to Our Kitchens"

A one-woman performance that presents the stories of American women from four different centuries who filled in for the men who  were called to war. Is it back to normal now that the men have returned?

The Medicine Show has come to town!

In the 19th century, this might have been the only time a community might see outside entertainment all year. Laugh along with this farcical presentation that is sure to cure what ails you!


"Stowaway to D Day"

A one-woman performance about the WWII war corespondent, Martha Gellhorn, and how she got onto the beaches at D Day.  Even before her then husband Ernest Hemingway.

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