The purpose of this project is to celebrate Samuel L. Clemens' life in Redding, Connecticut by documenting and showcasing his time here in multiple formats both online and offline. Your donations & site sponsorships will help me dedicate more time to these projects and allow me to get them online sooner.

Saturday, August 11

Bringing Mark Twain To Life!

Fundraising Dinner Party and Performance by Alan Kitty (famed Mark Twain impersonator)

DATE: August 18, 2012, Saturday  TIME: 6:30-10 pm

PLACE: The Mark Twain Room
Redding Roadhouse
406 Redding Road
Redding, CT
PRICE: $125
Please make checks payable to Unicorn Writers’ Conference, Inc.
Seating is Limited for this magical event so sign up now!

CONTACT: Jan Kardys

DETAILS: Unicorn Writers’ Conference  is thrilled to host a private dinner party in the Mark Twain Room of the Redding Roadhouse,and performance of “Mark Twain’s Last Stand,” starring famed Twain impersonator, actor, and playwright, Alan Kitty.

Menu includes:

Salads:  (choice of one)
  • Mixed Green
  • Caesar or 
  • Roadhouse Clam Chowder
Entrees:  (Choice of One)

  • Chicken Breast with Scallion Mashed Potatoes & Sauteed Spinach 
  • Atlantic Salmon with Rice and Grilled Asparagus 
  • Bone In Pork Chop with Scallion Mashed Potatoes & Green Beans 
  • Wild Mushroom Fusili with Cream, Herbs & Parmesan 
  • Seared Filet Mignon with Herb Butter, Roasted Potatoes & Spinach
Desserts:  Chef’s Choice

Books, Mark Twain gifts, and paintings by famed artist Susan B. Durkee ( available for sale.

Nationally acclaimed Mark Twain impersonator, Alan Kitty, has been interpreting the nineteenth century iconic author for more than thirty years.  During that time, he has shared Twain’s style and humor in an original theatrical monologue, through corporate dinner speeches, and in original works that convey the author’s presence in minute detail.

On August 18, 2012, Kitty will take the stage to deliver “Mark Twain’s Last Stand” - a portrait of Twain the author, speaker and social critic known to all; and husband and father, Samuel Clemens, known only to close friends and associates.

So eat, drink, and enjoy this private performance in Twain’s last
hometown of Redding, CT.

Please send your checks to:   

Unicorn Writers’ Conference, Inc.
PO Box 176, Redding, CT 06876Please include your Entree and Salad selection along with your check.

Additional questions: Contact Jan Kardys, Chairman, Unicorn Writers’ Conference, Inc.  

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