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Friday, February 8, 2008

Four score and 96 hours from now ...

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... Actor Sam Waterston will perform "Lincoln Seen and Heard," a dramatic re-enactment of Abraham Lincoln speeches at the Clinton Presidential Center.

Time: 7 p.m. Friday, Feb. 15.

Free, but limited seating.

It's part of the Kumpuris Lecture Series and is sponsored by the Clinton School, Clinton Foundation and AT&T.

More info on jump.

Write for reservations.

UPDATE: Reader reports it's already a sellout.


Award-winning actor Sam Waterston (Law & Order) will reenact some of President Lincoln’s most compelling orations as part of “Lincoln Seen and Heard,” a dramatic  performance written and narrated by historian Harold Holzer. “Lincoln Seen and Heard” presents unforgettable words and riveting images to explore the life and legacy of one of America’s most beloved and honored presidents.

By coincidence or design, Abraham Lincoln seemed always to pose for some of his most famous and revealing photographs around the time he delivered some of his greatest speeches. On some occasions, extremely rare during the infancy of American photography, cameramen actually exposed images of the tall leader as he spoke outdoors. The Kumpuris Lecture Series is presented by the Clinton School, the William J. Clinton Foundation and AT&T.

When:    Friday, February 15, 2008
                   7:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. – Program
                   *Dessert reception to follow
Where:   Clinton Presidential Center
                  Great Hall
*Reserve your seats by emailing or calling 501.683.5239. *Seating for this event is limited.

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