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George Washington Visits the Brook Arts Center

On Saturday, April 9, 2016, the Brook Arts Center was pleased to present an afternoon with General George Washington. General Washington gave a talk on the American Revolution, as part of the Battle of Bound Brook re-enactment weekend April 9-10, 2016.  The event commenced at 12 noon in the grand auditorium of the historic Brook Theater at 10 Hamilton Street, in Bound Brook. A meet and greet in the lobby followed his talk. This historical presentation was free to all re-enactors, visitors, and residents. 

General Washington was interpreted by Mr. John Lopes of the American Historical Theater in Philadelphia, PA.  Mr. Lopes is a trained theater artist with an MFA in Acting from Temple University.  His experience includes performances with The Philadelphia Shakespeare and Arcadia Shakespeare Festivals, Lantern Theater, Commonwealth Classic Theater, the Philadelphia Arts Collective and in productions by the Walnut Street Theater.  Winner of the Irene Ryan Award, Mr. Lopes is an adjunct professor at Temple University. He has been performing with American Historical Theater since 2007.Type your paragraph here.

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