Zoom meeting a knockout review

Review 5/14/2020

Roger Mallon IS Mark Twain

Witty, authentic, affable!

I hired Roger to appear as a surprise guest on a routine business team call (for our group, this is week 7 of working remotely under COVID confinement).
Roger as Sam Clemens was completely authentic both in relating famous aphorisms and stories, responding in real time to questions, and interacting with the team members, even shy ones.
It was terrific; we even talked a bit about publishing from Sam Clemens’ point of view, and we are in the “modern” publishing business. From dress, to the manerisms, to the accent and finally to the convincingly sly intellect—we were transported to the late 1800s.

5-star review. Highly recommended

M. Scott Dineen
Optical Society of America

Washington, DC

Have Mark Twain visit your next Zoom meeting

Mark Twain One-Man-Show Impersonator Offers Services to Spice Up Virtual Zoom Meetings

Roger Mallon, a highly acclaimed Mark Twain impersonator, ‘becomes’ Mark Twain to add the author’s humor, wit and wisdom to any virtual meeting.

Reading, PA, USA – Roger Mallon, a seasoned radio and television performer and producer, is offering his Mark Twain impersonation services to live Zoom calls for individuals, corporations and organizations. For a fee he will join a video call ‘As Mark Twain‘ and impart Twain’s wisdom and humor to make virtual meetings more entertaining and memorable.

With the Covid-19 pandemic and working from home becoming the new normal, Zoom live calls have never been more relevant. But virtual meetings can get a bit bland without a little entertainment in addition to face to face interaction. Companies and organizations alike have been thinking of ways to spice up their meetings, even going as far as hiring animals to add entertainment for Zoom meetings. Yes, you heard that right, goats, llamas and more are available for hire to appear on live video calls.

What better way to add a bit of fun to your live calls than by being joined by America’s favorite 19th Century writer and humorist, Mark Twain. Roger Mallon will share Twain’s witty and often hilarious takes on life, people, travel and tolerance. Packages are available whether you want a short 5-minute visit and monologue, a staged Q&A, or a full performance for audiences ranging from school groups, nursing homes, or corporate morale-building or public entertainment events.

Mallon is the co-host of A Great Day Outdoors radio and television shows. He has been performing professionally as a Mark Twain actor for over 10 years, with more than 80 5-star reviews online.

For an interesting interview or to book Mallon, call or text Lowell Sheets at 410-688-0893 visit https://www.heresmarktwain.com/ .


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Review of show at Mifflin Community Library

Thank you Allison Dietrich and Mifflin Community Library.
“We were honored to have him back! I am so glad I had the privilege to both host and watch the performance.”
A review of the Here’s Mark Twain show:
“It’s not often we bring a program back to our library in such a short period of time, but Roger’s show is certainly an exception. I think we could have listened to him all night long – He had our undivided attention to the point where it felt like we truly went back in time. Roger’s impersonation of Mark Twain is nothing short of impeccable and he does an excellent job of capturing the natural humorist that we all know and love. Not only did I laugh until my stomach hurt, but I also felt like I got to experience a real part of history right before my eyes. This show is an absolute must-see, and I am so grateful that we were given the opportunity to share this experience for the second time now with our patrons”
-Alison Dietrich

Thanks again for the awesome show. I really think this has been my favorite program I have ever run at the library.

Alison Dietrich
Programs/PR Coordinator

Roger featured in Berks CountryMagazine/Reading Eagle

What a week this has been. My thanks to Stacie Jones editor of Berks Country magazine. Today she featured my Mark Twain character “Here’s Mark Twain” on the front page of the paper and on the front page of Berks Country. Thanks to Ron Devlin the author and Ben Hasty photographer.

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Review of Mark Twain appearance in Stanhope, N.J.

Good Afternoon Roger,

What a wonderful time we had with you at the The Whistling Swan Inn yesterday.  Here are a few photos and my review.

“I first saw Roger Mallon as Mark Twain a few years ago at a “Tea With Mark Twain” in Schwenksville, PA.  I was very impressed with his mannerisms, speech, attire and countenance.  I kept the flier with his contact information.  I arranged a “Tea With Mark Twain” for the Stanhope Borough Senior Citizens Club in a 1905 Victoria home, The Whistling Swan Inn in Stanhope, NJ.  I couldn’t have been more pleased!  From the introduction to the conclusion, Roger Mallon had us transported back in time with Mark Twain.  His wonderful sense of humor when he heard a cell phone camera come to life was priceless as he looked puzzled and said, “was that an angel?”  I fell in love with Mark Twain all over again!”  Ann L. de Jongh

I hope there will be another occasion we can bring Mark Twain back to life!

Ann L. de Jongh 

SBSC President

Mifflin Library show review

Many thanks to Madison Kaley, Mifflin Community Library, for this wonderful review of my recent performance:

Roger Mallon as Mark Twain. Visit “Here’s Mark Twain” at Gigmaster.com

“Roger Mallon and ‘Here’s Mark Twain’ was a great pleasure to have at Mifflin Community Library! The program was a huge hit among our patrons and community members. It was filled with comedy, education, history, and entertainment. Roger provided an excellent time for all who attended! He was easy to work with, a pleasure to have at our library, and incredibly knowledgeable in his performance and Q&A. Highly recommend to anyone interested in holding a successful enjoyable program!”