In this two act revue of Mark Twain Stories, Sketches, and Monologues, the wit and timeless perceptions of America's greatest humorist are celebrated. Twain's talent for documenting the chronic and comic weaknesses of human nature is the focus of this easily stageable show. Sprinkled through the show are Twain's unreserved thoughts on friendship, vice, good breeding, the origin of the species, as well as appearances by the author himself. Twain once advised the news media, "The reports of my death are greatly exaggerated." Audiences and performers will echo that sentiment after enjoying this bright sampler of material from his work.
Interlude music available separately.