Wednesday, March 14, 2012

Teddy Roosevelt : Mind, Body and Spirit!

Ted Zalewski as TR
An Afternoon with the President
Over four years ago, actor and author Ted Zalewski visited our library and brought to life one of America's greatest presidents, Theodore Roosevelt.  Combining history, drama, and fun, Zalewski's one-man show dazzled a standing-room-only audience.

Encore! Encore!
Mr. Zalewski returns to our library on Saturday, April 7, for an encore performance.  His show gives voice to many of Roosevelt’s own words, writings, and beliefs and shows why Roosevelt's life as a cowboy, soldier, naturalist, historian, father, statesman, and winner of the Nobel Prize for Peace continues to inspire us still.

TR @ your library : January 2008
One Man, One Show, One Unforgettable Hour...
Get ready for a “bully” time with Teddy Roosevelt: Mind, Body and Spirit. A video of Zalewski's performance has been permanently placed in the National Archives, Washington, D.C. He has appeared at a number of Presidential Libraries, including the Reagan, Ford, and Hoover libraries. He has appeared at the White House, the Smithsonian Institution, and The National Theater.

Registration Now Open
For seating purposes, registration is essential and will not be honored beyond the library Community Room's seating capacity. Click here to register online.  The performance begins at 2 p.m.

Program Sponsorship
The program is sponsored by the Durkin Family in honor and celebration of the life of the late Maria B. Durkin