Now in its 35th year, this show brings Samuel Langhorne Clemens to the stage to share his philosophy, humor, and personal life. To watch the trailer, click the picture. To speak with us about the show, click here.
This is a large dinner party featuring the 19th Century menu typically found at the Clemen's home in Redding, CT. During dinner, Twain begins a pirate's tale that is interrupted by theft and murder. For more information or to receive a dinner invitation, click here and complete the form.
Mark Twain enjoyed reading about History, Biography, Metaphysics, Religion, Philosophy, the Classics, and Innovation. If you could ask him any question, what would it be? Click here and complete the form if you want to be there to hear his answer.
"THE YESTERDAY (LIVE) SHOW"
This unique television program features Twain interviewing the history makers of the nineteenth century. It's filmed in front of a live audience for later TV and Web release. Be the first to see it by getting tickets for the live show. Click here for more information.