What is Chautauqua? - It's History Alive!
If you like to be held spellbound, entertained, and enlightened - you're going to love Chautauqua.
Historic figures you have only read about in books appear on stage, and you question them - no holds barred! Laugh with Mark Twain. Get arrested with Rosa Parks. Walk the Trail of Tears. Debate the Constitution with its makers.
Nationally acclaimed historical interpreters make sure you, the audience, are always a part of the show. And to top it off the shows are FREE!
Clara Barton Discussions
led by Judith Bainbridge
Tuesday March 18 at 7pm
Saturday March 22 at 1:30pm
Hughes Main Library, Greenville | MAP
Discuss the shy little girl who became an international humanitarian. Wait until you hear what she did at age 72 in the devastating 1893 South Sea Islands hurricane relief! And as always at Chautauqua the audience is part of the discussion. Because it’s not just history – it’s personal. More . . .
June Festival 13 - 22, 2014 | Rising to the Occasion
25 FREE shows and more, performed by nationally acclaimed historical interpreters. Non-stop live history and fun for the whole family. Invite your out-of-town guests. They can't see this where they come from.