Caption John Drury of the First Virginia Regiment, the Continental Line presents weapons used by the Patriots, British, & Natives during the American Revolution. And his wife Sarah relates stories of the amazing impact of the women during the Revolutionary War.
(May be done as separate programs)
Ben and Deborah share biographical information and quotations of one of Americans most influential families. (First person interpretation)
Two musicians perform music on instruments of the period, share information about the instruments and music. They also talk about everyday life in the Colonies .
A proper colonial lady discreetly demonstrates to the audience what's underneath her gown. Appropriate for women, men, and children. (Can include the clothing of the colonial gentleman.)
We look at the freedom and absence thereof to believe and worship in 17th & 18th centuries in America. Reproductions of the Bibles and other religious literature from the period will be displayed.
An 18th Century parson and his wife look at Christmas as celebrated by the founder of our nation. Carols and hymns from the period will be heard on period instruments.
We don't play favorites just some of the music from both sides on instruments that would have been heard in parlors in the north and south.