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New Dawn Theater
Company

Proudly Welcomes

Kurt Sutton
with

An Evening with
Mark Twain

Performance Date:
January 12, 2013

Showtime:
8:00 PM

Ticket Prices:
Adults:$10.00
Students/Seniors: $8.00

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Theatre Montgomery:
said:"Mr. Sutton has been on the circuit for over six years, and clearly has a comfort in the role, a command of a wealth of
material, selections of which vary from performance to performance, and a demeanor that gets an audience to respond as to a
long-time friend ".

The San Antonio Press wrote:
"Act I focuses mostly on the author's reminiscences of his early life, punctuated with folksy old songs such as “Glory Train” and
“Down in the Valley”, songs that Clemens himself would have played for his guest in the parlor. The audience was invited to sing
along which most did with relish for the old music. Then Twain’s storytelling style is turned into a theatrical enactment of the
“Grandfather’s Old Ram” as told by a character called Jim Blaine. It is a little thespian gem."

Severan Park, Balitmore MD review the show:
"Sutton displayed his wide dramatic range as he traced the hard life of Huck’s friend Old Jim, fleeing with Huck on a raft to find
honest work to improve the lot of his family, while Huck hid Jim from those on the river intent on harming the former slave. An
Evening with Mark Twain proved to be an all-American evening where we revisited a simpler America; one that had easily
recognizable politicians and its share of corruption.

The Gwinnett Herald- Metro Atlanta,
-- Learning Life's Lessons from Mark Twain - "Children's eyes glistened as Twain perfectly played by Kurt H. Sutton, explained
how everything in "The Adventures of Tom Sawyer" to one of the three boys he had cobbled together to be the experiences of
one boy, Tom. As I watched children hanging on every word as Sutton weaved tales of Tom growing up on the river, I
remembered how magical those stories were to me growing up in St. Louis near the very river Tom had played in as a boy