May 4th 2013 8:00pm - 10:00pm
Tarrytown Music Hall
A living, breathing, American masterpiece! It is, quite simply, one of the most acclaimed, popular and enduring performances in the history of theater. Early in his academic career, Hal Holbrook developed a project based on the writings of Mark Twain, with which he graduated from the Culver Academies and Denison University. As a member of the Valley Players, a summer theatre company in Holyoke, Massachusetts, his performance as Mark Twain in 1954 was seen by TV host Ed Sullivan. As a result of this exposure, his one-man show landed on Broadway in 1967, for which he received a Tony Award.