We recently formed the Mark Twain Traveling Theater Troupe to bring history to life and life to history.
By life we mean laughter, tears, joy, and introspection. We propose to bring our experienced traveling theater troupe to your community to perform original works for both your entertainment and education.
We are Mark Twain, Ulysses S. Grant, Frederick Douglass and Harriet Beecher Stowe.
You might ask- What could these people possibly have in common? The answer is in a word- friendship.
Friends who had a enduring impact on American life. Friends who are as relevant today as they were 150 years ago.
To date, two different plays have been performed a half dozen times throughout South Jersey to the benefit of a variety of local charities and non-profit organizations.
Our newest play, Mark Twain Twenty-Twenty is NOW playing at local libraries throughout NJ!
We propose that you have us perform one of our original plays as a fund raising effort for your non profit organization.
Whether you are a church, library or community organization we will provide a rewarding and profitable evening.
For your school, we propose to work with your Drama Department to prepare a free, day-time assembly program to complement an evening fund-raising performance. We welcome your students to share the stage with us. As Twain said, “Don’t let your education get in the way of your learning”.
For your organization, we propose to entertain a large, appreciative, generous audience in suitable theater, or auditorium. Social media makes the publicity as easy as an email blast.
For your business, we propose to provide insight. We bring Twain’s humor, Grant’s courage, Douglass’s passion, and Stowe’s grace to life. Surely these are qualities found in the today’s CEO. (slightly sycophantic?)
For you, we propose an entertaining evening out. You might just be overdue!