thanks to Madison Kaley, Mifflin Community Library, for this
wonderful review of my recent performance:
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
Thank you to everyone who attended my Mark Twain performance at Mifflin Community Library last night. Place was packed and we had to bring in extra chairs. I was so happy to perform for everyone and there were several friends in the audience as well. It made for a very special night. Response was humbling with comments like amazing, astounding, incredible and spectacular. Special thanks to Madison Kaley at Mifflin Library.
What a knee-slapping
good time at the 100th Anniversary Banquet of the
Pottsville Kiwanis Club. Great crowd (they laughed at my jokes), warm
reception and very kind folks. Congratulations on your centennial
achievement. You do so much for children in the region.
“Hi Roger! I work for Union Gap, Washington Tourism, I was at the show here in Yakima, WA – we absolutely loved it! I posted photos and more on our Facebook page as well as the Central WA Ag Museum’s page – we could have listened for hours more! It inspired us to watch a Mark Twain documentary shortly thereafter. I would like to have met you in person, but the opportunity just didn’t present itself. Thanks so much for the wonderful performance!” Jeanne Sutton
Cathy and I visited Yakima, Washington for three performances of “Here’s Mark Twain: one for middle school children; one for a Lion’s Club convention; and then a public performance for 300 people at Four Corners Church. The visit was a benefit for the Olde Yakima Letterpress Museum and our hosts, who founded the museum, were Dr. Ruth Bishop and the Reverend Fred Hutchinson. They could not have been more gracious, attentive or generous. The public show featured the winners of a Samuel Clemen’s Essay Contest for 6th, 7th and 8th graders. The young writers were wonderful. We had a terrific time and really enjoyed our first visit to the northwest.