History is in the hands of Junior Interpreters all summer long, as the story of the Revolution expands to include a kid’s perspective. Pam Blount tells us how sites involve children in the 18th century and today.
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Portraying lesser-known historical figures gives Willie Balderson an opportunity to relate the experiences of the everyday man.| Transcript
Distinguished Visiting Professor Rhys Isaac’s 1970 encounter with Colonial Williamsburg’s Historic Area set the course for his career.| Transcript
Todd Norris talks about Colonial Williamsburg’s live performances, staged in the streets of Colonial Williamsburg’s Historic Area as often as in its theaters.| Transcript
Actor-interpreter Corinne Dame talks about the continual research necessary to give a living and accurate portrayal of Williamsburg’s 18th-century citizens.| Transcript
Melanie Collins answers the question, “Are you hot in those clothes?” and many more as she talks about the spark she finds each day as an actor-interpreter in Revolutionary City.| Transcript