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A Do It Yourself “Irish Celebration” from Parson’s Nose
“Well pull up a chair then!” Well yes, we had to cancel, but it’s not the end of the world, is it? … Is it? PNT has put together a taste of our event for your enjoyment. A “do it yourself” program. All you have to do is put the corned beef and cabbage in …continue reading »
“Moliere and Medicine” post matinee lecture, Saturday, February 15
“Our duty is to treat them, not cure them.” – Moliere
Lincoln’s Last Laugh, Alas…
April 14, 1865. Lee had surrendered just two days before. Washington was one big party, with dancing in the streets. The President felt he could finally take an evening to see this wonderful British comedy, on tour with Laura Keene’s New York company, playing at Ford’s Theater. The events surrounding that night are tragic, but …continue reading »