Our approach is to strip away the myth to reveal the inner strength of his will and the charm of his character. Lincoln was famous for his sense of humor and use of sarcasm. From the vast richness of his life, he could speak pointedly of personal, professional, and political issues. Rumors of a disastrous family life, his own bouts of melancholy, and stories of his wife’s instability are paramount to Lincoln’s intrigue. Thousands of books and papers have been written about this remarkable man who was as much a poet as he was a politician.
Michael Krebs and Debra Miller transport their audiences to an afternoon in 1865 when Abraham and Mary Todd Lincoln find themselves surprised by the arrival of unexpected guests. Experience a slice of what the Lincolns experienced with personal stories, reminiscing, and humor. While their charm is infectious, it is hard to forget the tragedies yet to come for the First Family. From joy and laughter to somber silence, Visiting the Lincolns will be a truly remarkable experience for the whole family.
Join the Lincolns for an interactive Q&A session after the show!
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