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Abraham and Mary Team Presenters

The Association of Lincoln Presenters

Donald and Susan Ancell

661 Ash Cir.
Fillmore, CA 93015
railsplitter16@verizon.net
(805) 984-6343

Jim Crabtree and Teena Baldrige

610 Royal Springs Drive
Springboro, OH 45066
abe_lincoln@peoplepc.com
(937) 886-0241

Jim and Teena are next door neighbors.  Jim started portraying Abraham and knew that Teena would be a great Mary Lincoln.  Happily she agreed and they have been a team for 10 years.   Jim and Teena’s presentations are more like a conversation between a husband and wife.  They portray the Lincolns as a loving couple with high aspirations.

They have portrayed the Lincolns at schools, churches and community celebrations.  The presentations are about an hour and they both will answer questions at the end.

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Robert and Barbara Brugler

5900 N. High St.
Worthington, OH 43085
visitwithabe@gmail.com
(614) 312-7461

http://www.visitwithabe.com

Max and Donna Daniels

202 N. Pierce
Wheaton, IL 60187
abenbabe@aol.com
(630) 462-7286

Larry and Mary Elliott

9221 Springbrooke Circle
Louisville, KY 40241
larrylikelincoln@gmail.com
C-502-599-6830 H- 502-394-0694

http://www.larrylikelincoln.com

Joe and Rita Hamilton

Joe and Rita Hamilton

851 Bellows Mill Road
Harrodsburg, KY 40330
(859) 325-0452

James Haney and Constance Clowers

37 N. 19th St.
Camp Hill, PA 17011
jjhayney@hotmail.com
(717) 763-6858

Dorothy and B.F. McClerren

B.F. and Dorothy McClerren

910 Nursery Rd.
Charleston, IL 61920
abelcn@consolidated.net
(217) 345-6871

http://learningabe.info/thelincolns.html

For over twenty-five years the McClerrens have presented “A Visit with the Lincolns” throughout the United States, including Hawaii, adapting their presentations to all ages and kinds of audiences.  The Illinois Humanities Council in Chicago aptly advertised their program as “A Lincoln Primer for all ages.”

An audience member commented, “From the moment we first met until concluding remarks, the essence of both Abraham and Mary Todd Lincoln filled our auditorium with warm resonance and our hearts with compassion and renewed respect….  Masterful interpretation by two powerful presenters afforded us a rare glimpse into their lives and times and made us all thankful to have walked through history in their footsteps.”

Dean Dorrell and Donna McCreary

4620 Lake Forest Dr.
Charlestown, IN 47111-9033
mtlincoln@hotmail.com
(812) 256-2370

Fred and Bonnie Priebe

47111 Hull Road
Belleville, MI 48111-4296
alincoln@comcast.net
(734) 697-0484

http://www.alincolnstyle.com

Facebook: Fred A. Priebe

Please check our website for availability information.

Jim and Mary Sayre

1495 Alton Station Rd
Lawrenceburg, KY 40342
lincolna@dcr.net
(502) 839-7191

Robert and Janet Taylor

5128 E. 91 PI.
Tulsa, OK 74137
alncln2@juno.com
(918) 494-9988

John and Pamela Voehl

John and Pamela Voehl

9572 Elk Mountain Circle
Littleton, CO 80125
John@AbeLincolnAlive.com
(303) 932-0752

http://www.abelincolnalive.com/

In addition to appearing together for Victorian Balls, Teas and Lincoln Presentations, the Voehls provide a growing number of one-act plays including “Lincoln’s Happiest Day”, “Childhood Memories”, “Log Cabin to White House”, “Thanksgiving” and “Christmas in the Lincoln White House” followed by spontaneous Question and Answer opportunities.

 

Richard and Della Veit

7860 Central
Coloma, MI 49038
(269) 468-4479

Roger and Colleen Vincent

608 Middle Rincon Rd.
Santa Rosa, CA 95409
roco@sonic.net
(707) 539-5808

Steve and Sharon Wood

Steve and Sharon Wood

43 Centennial St.
Claremont, NH 03743
nh_lincoln@pobox.com
(603) 542-6454

http://his-story.atspace.com

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Telling-His-Story-and-Hers-156876327665058/

Available year round

Abraham and Mary Lincoln: The Long and the Short of It — a theatrical presentation set in the White House in 1861(for student or family audiences) or after Lincoln’s assassination (for adult audiences), The Lincolns tell stories of their early lives and the challenges they faced during this turbulent time in our country’s history.

The Woods have been researching and portraying the Lincolns since 1995. Send an email to be put on mailing list or check their Facebook page for events listings.