This week on “The Historians”, Kyle Jenks is the guest. Producer of the outdoor drama version of “Drums along the Mohawk,” Kyle and some members of his acting company will be on hand next Saturday for a recreation of the 1939 premiere of the movie version of the classic story.
In the second half of the show I do a reading of four recent stories from the Daily Gazette column Focus on History: “John Philip Sousa and St. Johnsville,” “An Immoral Production in Amsterdam,” “A Fort Plain Inventor” and “Carpet City Airport.”
Listen to the whole program at “The Historians” online archive at http://www.bobcudmore.com/thehistorians/
“The Historians” theme music is “Gloucester Wassail”, performed by Liaisons Plaisantes from their CD, “A Plaisantes Christmas”. Liaisons Plaisantes play music from the 1700s. Members include Ron Burch, Olof Jansson, Marilee Urbanczyk, Sue-Ann Wheadon and Susan Casler.