An allegorical fantasy based on the extraordinary lives of three American politicians known as “The Great Triumvirate,” Daniel Webster, Henry Clay, and John C. Calhoun, who, by the mystical means of time travel, find themselves transported to Washington, D.C., in the year 2023, where they learn of the many societal and political changes brought about by 170 years of American history. They also meet the young, vibrant, and commanding U.S. Senator, Kelsey Tate, an African American female graduate of Harvard with a law degree from Yale.
$25 general admission, adult
$100 for reserved seating and formal reception (September 7 only)
APSU students free with ID, but ticket required
$10 general admission, children 18 and under
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Tickets may also be purchased by mailed check. Tickets to the formal reception must be purchased by August 31. For more information, contact CECA at 931-221-7876.
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