A Night at the Museum! It's hilarious and ridiculous!
What would happen if you were in a museum and all the exhibits started to come alive?
That's exactly what will happen as George Hosker-Bouley along with the Portsmouth Historical Society present the hilarious and ridiculous A Night at the Museum - The John Paul Jones House. Hosker-Bouley is no stranger in taking history and turning it on its ear so join him and his actors as they take over the John Paul Jones House in a night that will go down in history. This hilarious event is one night only so don't miss out.
The tour runs every fifteen minutes and takes over a half hour to go through. You can arrive any time from 6pm to 8:30pm.
Tickets are $12 and includes refreshment.
Meetup details to be announced.
Imagine walking through a historic house and having the people who once lived there take you to task for not wiping your feet on their carpet! The house is bursting with stories and laughs as you take a house tour that is unlike anything you ever ever experienced. Come and meet William Preston and learn the mystery behind his arrest and death or spend some time with Mary Morrison as she returns home with her crazy sister or listen as Richard Fletcher Dunn explains the meaning behind his "Sunday leg". Perhaps John Paul Jones himself will be there to explain why he couldn't get a job after the war! This irreverent theater piece proves that vaudeville, history and comedy do indeed make for strange bedfellows.
George Hosker-Bouleyis the creator and producer of The Portsmouth Underbelly Tour, The Gloucester House Boys, A Dickens of A Christmas and more than 25 original sold-outtheater pieces.
-Meetup details to be announced