PLEASANTVILLE,N.Y. -- Dorothy Leeds will perform her one-woman show, "Memoirs and Boudoirs," at the Mount Pleasant Public Library on Saturday, Feb. 27.
"Memoirs and Boudoirs" is a fast-paced, one-woman show about gossip, scandals, love and hate through history. Imagine a world before the Internet, smartphones and Facebook, when people communicated through lengthy letters, kept detailed diaries and penned juicy memoirs.
This one-act play with audience interaction is filled with scintillating stories drawn from the writings of more than a dozen historical figures, including Henry VIII, Catherine the Great, Benjamin Franklin, Marie Antoinette, Abraham Lincoln and more.
This program is free to the public, no reservations required. For additional information, call the Main Library at (914) 769-0548.
The show begins at 3:30 p.m.
The Main Library is at 350 Bedford Rd, Pleasantville.
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