Americans visit museums, battlefields,
and homes of historic figures, fascinated by a past that shapes
our current habits, thoughts, and values. However, many people want
a more life-like sense of our forefathers' thoughts, language, and
Mr. Thomas Jefferson of Albemarle
County, Virginia, would be honored to oblige your wishes through
"living history"characterization, as interpreted by Mr.
Thomas Pitz. Mr. Pitz's performances offer an enter-
taining glimpse into the comments and attitudes of one of America's
most influential, yet controversial, "Founding Fathers."
His portrayal allows members of
the audience the opportunity to ask Mr. Jefferson about issues of
or of our own day. He will respond to the audience, as he would
have in similar circumstances, two hundred years ago. You will find,
through his responses, both similar and different political realities
early 19th and 21st century.