William Jackson Palmer: Performances [DVD]

By: Purl, Raymond; Sturdevant, Katherine Scott; Collins, Stephen

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A DVD-R Widescreen format video with two segments; On March 13, 2009, the 100th anniversary of Gen. William Jackson Palmer's death, Raymond Purl performed a one-man play which he wrote about Palmer's life, his wife Queen and her death, and his horseback riding accident. Ray, his wife Marshie, and their daughters Mara and Linda are a family of actors and writers. Ray retired as the director of Union Carbide and Mitsubishi Chemicals Corporation in Japan, where he and his family reactivated what has become the Tokyo International Players. Approx. 34 min. "Can you give up some?" is a unique historical performance through puppetry of the interactions between William Jackson Palmer and Queen based on passages from the original writings of Palmer, Queen and people of their world. Presented by Katherine Scott Sturdevant and Stephen Collins, with Elsie Collins. Narrated by Catherine Collins and Rick W. Sturdevant. Approx. 47 min. A DVD-R Widescreen format video, NTSC / 2012 / Color / Not Rated /. New, in shrink-wrap.

Title: William Jackson Palmer: Performances [DVD]

Author Name: Purl, Raymond; Sturdevant, Katherine Scott; Collins, Stephen

Categories: Colorado,

Publisher: Colorado Springs, Pikes Peak Library District Video Production Center: 2012

ISBN Number: 1567352944

ISBN Number 13: 9781567352948

Book Condition: As New

Type: DVD

Seller ID: 23731

Keywords: Colorado Springs Founder General William Jackson Palmer, Queen Palmer, Ray Purl, General William Jackson Palmer Puppet Show Performances, Colorado Springs History on DVD, William J. Palmer DVD