On July 9 Mark Twain will regale the masses with witty tales and lively anecdotes aboard the Steamboat SPLASH. He will do this in willful disregard of the fact he died in 1910. Twain is wont to ramble on about his boyhood memories, the newspaper publishing business, life on the Mississippi and frogs. Mostly, though, he likes to talk about the river.
Storyteller Charles Kiernan, now retired from gainful employment, performs at theatres, listening clubs, schools, libraries, and arts festivals and is the recipient of the 2008 Individual Artist Award from the Bethlehem Fine Arts Commission.
Full details can be found here: Splash Mark Twain Cruise