North Carolina History Theater to present Mark Twain

The North Carolina History Theater is pleased to present Mark Twain (in the form of Bill Hand) for Mark Twain Day & Night coming March 3-6, 2022.

“Mark Twain Day & Night” Next for NC History Theater

NEW BERN, NC, The North Carolina History Theater is very pleased to host Mark Twain in the form of impersonator, Bill Hand in “Mark Twain Day & Night” at the North Carolina History Center March 3-6, 2022. Tickets are available now at

The irascible, astute and always lovable Mark Twain – If you only know him from Tom Sawyer and Huck Finn, then you don’t really know him at all.

Come share an evening to see what it was like to watch Mark Twain’s whirlwind speaking tours. In “Mark Twain: Day and Night,” Mark Twain impersonator Bill Hand has collected and prepared a true compendium of America’s most beloved author’s works—both the humorous work of his early years including excerpts from “Tom Sawyer”, “Huck Finn”, “Roughing It”, “Life on the Mississippi” and “Innocents Abroad”, and the sharper, more critical writings and thoughts of his later years.

Included is the famous “Jumping Frog” and “A True Story,” – the true tale of a slave woman’s search for her son that actually took place right here in New Bern.

Come expecting a great evening of entertainment and enlightenment!

Performances of “Mark Twain Day & Night” are March 3-5 at 7:30pm and March 6 at 2pm at the North Carolina History Center’s Cullman Performance Hall at 529 S. Front Street in New Bern.  Tickets are $18 for adults, $12 for active-duty military and $12 for students and are available at

The mission of the North Carolina History Theater is to create, celebrate and present theatrical works that teach and share the history of Eastern North Carolina and our nation.  Contact us as, call 252-229-4977.


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