Gettysburg 1963

Those of you in the Richmond area should make it a point to check out Ray Carver’s one-man show, “Gettysburg 1963” which will premier at the Gayton Kirk Presbyterian Church on Saturday February 23.  I was invited to participate in a panel discussion following the show, but the organizer didn’t realize that I no longer live in Virginia.  It’s times like these that I really miss the Old Dominion.  There is just so much going on in the Richmond area alone.

Here is a little taste to wet your appetite.

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  • bummer Jan 30, 2013 @ 7:31

    The summer of ’63 changed this “old guys” perspective forever. Can’t remember most of that period, but if one could, they would probably not have been there.
    Bummer

    • Kevin Levin Jan 30, 2013 @ 7:38

      I assume this is the Bummer of 1963 and not 1863. 🙂

      • bummer Jan 30, 2013 @ 7:42

        Bummer loses track of space and time, what year is it, anyway?

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