Happy Birthday Mark Twain

November 30, 2007 at 9:55 am

Last night Princeton Public Library had a standing room only crowd for a program that paid tribute to Mark Twain on the eve of his 172nd birthday.

Twain’s appearance at the library was performed by Alan Kitty, a local actor who has played Twain throughout much of his career. Last night’s performance of his original one man show Mark Twain’s Last Stand was the perfect way to celebrate the birth of this American icon — especially given that it was in a town that Twain himself visited and dubbed to be better than Heaven (at least for him).

Happy Birthday Mr. Clemens!

More photos from the night can be found on the PPL Flickr Account.


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