Gettysburg 1963

S- Civil War Centennial

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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3 comments… add one

  • bummer Jan 30, 2013

    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

      I assume this is the Bummer of 1963 and not 1863. :-)

      • bummer Jan 30, 2013

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

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