If JFK survived Dallas - A play in Sackets


By Craig Thornton

One-man play: If JFK survived Dallas: Reflections at 96 - by Dennis c. McAndrews

If JFK Survived Dallas presents an aging ex-president, offering the playwright's vision of Kennedy's presidency and post-White House life if he had been wounded but survived in Dallas. Critical events after November, 1963, include the 1964 election, Kennedy's handling of the War in Vietnam, Civil Rights, Test Ban Treaty, post-presidential disclosures of infidelities and concealment of health issues during Kennedy's presidency.

At St. Andrews Parish Center, 112 East Main Street

7:00 pm Saturday, May 4, 2013

Tickets $15 adults, $10 students.

Mr. McAndrews is from Philadelphia PA and is an area attorney and an adjunct professor of political science at Villanova University.

Ticket sales benefit Hay Memorial Library. Informal gathering after the show.

For information call 646-2228




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