National Theatre of the Deaf presents "Two by Twain"

When: March 31st at 7 p.m.

Where: Storer Auditorium

Along with the opening curtain warmer of Poems by American Poets, National Theatre of the Deaf performs two short stories of Mark Twain’s own Mortimer and Caroline, the infamous McWilliams couple! Two by Twain is a visit to the antics of the McWilliamses at home, when a simple cough form a child can turn the whole household topsy-turvy in The Experiences of the McWilliamses, and how electrically charged regions between clouds (or is that between people) can cause sparks in Mrs. McWilliams and the Lightning. We, too, have a bit of the McWilliams in our own relationships, and create calamity out of the calm!  Mark Twain shares his views on humor and humanity as only he can.