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TESTIMONIAL from Ellen Lane Haggar, Retired Professor at College of Charleston
"It was great to talk with you this morning and to get this scheduled. I am confirming, Tuesday, August 6 2:30-3 meet n greet, 3:00 performance, 4:00-4:30 more 1:1 conversation, all this for the bargain price of $300."
TESTIMONIAL from Meredith Fowler, Assisted Living Life Enrichment Coordinator
"Your show was very entertaining and educational and many of the residents were hooked on what you had to say. The show was very professional and very organized and we definitely recommend it to other facilities and thank you for performing for us!"
TESTIMONIAL from Hillary McGee, Assisted Living Events Coordinator
"I’m guilty of reading The Adventures of Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry Finn. I suspect my parents, grandparents, and great-grandparents share that guilt. Regrettably, Mark Twain has largely skipped the attention of a more recent generation.
Bring “Twain” back before his seminal contribution to American literature is lost forever. Take time, if you will, to appreciate and understand Mark Twain in a new light, as interpreted by my friend Bob Foxworth."
"This is an amazing rendition of Twain in our 21st century: you'll think the real Mark Twain has arisen in our modern world and, of course, is as astutely on point with his political critique of American politics and society as he ever was! Seriously, if you get a chance to see this man in action do not pass it up as it is truly amazing."
TESTIMONIAL from Nils Skudra, Master of Arts in History
"My mother and I went to the home of Bob Foxworth and his wife Signe for a delicious vegan lunch and the opportunity to see him perform in the role of celebrated American satirist Mark Twain. Following introductions and lunch, we sat down to watch his performance. Mr. Foxworth proceeded to deliver a superb rendition of Mark Twain's humor, truly blending in with the character in his manner of dress, physical appearance and speech mannerisms. The oration was filled with down-to-earth Twain humor and wisdom, and Mr. Foxworth literally became Mark Twain through his delivery. I was very honored to have the pleasure and opportunity to watch Bob Foxworth's performance, and I would highly recommend that the Greensboro History Museum and the High Point Museum make arrangements for him to give renditions at their respective venues."
"It was great speaking with you today! I reviewed your website and watched a video clip of you. This was quite enjoyable. What courage you have to stand on stage and share such interpretation. I do want to learn more of your goals and your plan and your schedule of upcoming performances.
God bless you man! I am very proud of you. You looked great and sounded great in the performance. I want to speak with you about Mark Twain. I must admit I am not all versed on Mark Twain. I feel as though I should be, but I am not."