Lives Past Lived ProgramsLives Past Lived is the James House Association’s traveling program presented to other organizations, associations, and to schools and school groups. It is adaptable to all ages above and including six year olds. The program can be performed in its individual parts, or parts can be combined into a single presentation. All Lives Past Lived programs are as historically accurate as possible.
To schedule a “Lives Past Lived” performance contact Skip Webb by telephone (603) 926-3851 or by E-mail email@example.com.
The James Homestead by Skip Webb
Meet Martha by Liz Webb
The scene forwards to 1898. Martha Leavitt James, played by Liz Webb, is sitting in a rocking chair at the end of a long day. She is talking to her deceased husband, informing him about his children, how she managed the farm, and the changes she made to the house. Accustomed to lively exchanges with her husband over the Sunday sermons, she now decides to tell him her decisions. She ends with a statement that she will prepare her will tomorrow.
The scene switches to 1905. Martha has died from consumption. A recording by Atty. Bob Casassa reading Martha’s will is heard. A recording by Sara Casassa reading Martha’s obituary ends the program.
Liz is in period nightgown.
Fannie by Priscilla Triggs-Weeks
Skip Webb, portraying Headmaster Sanborn, presents the history of Hampton Academy. He is in an academic gown.
Pat Weeks portrays Fannie, a student writing to her grandmother on graduation day as she reminisces about her life at the academy. The audience attends Fannie’s graduation. Liz Webb portrays Emma, Fannie’s best friend, who is not graduating this year because she is needed to perform farm chores. This is a lively, interesting and educational program.
Pat and Liz are in late 19th century dress. .
An 18th Century Farmer by Skip Webb
Skip is in 18th century farmer clothes
From Dense Woods To An Historical Landscape by Skip Webb
Skip is in 18th century farmer clothes.