Mark Twain Performs"Mark Twain turns 70,
words and songs"Sat, Nov 19, 7:30 pm
The year is 1905. You and others in the audience are friends of Mark Twain, invited to his New York City home on the occasion of his 70th birthday.
You are treated to the incomparable entertainment of Twain’s humorous stories and the songs he loves to sing while strumming his guitar.
Rod Rawlings brings to the stage more than his astounding resemblance to Mark Twain. He brings a striking and memorable portrayal of the immortal character based on years of reading, research and rehearsal. He uses Twain’s timeless words from start to finish. And when he plays guitar and sings, just as Twain enjoyed doing, Rod’s rich voice reminds you of the simple joy of the music of Twain’s time. For more information and to see some of his performances visit his web site at www.marktwainperforms.com.