discovery theater put on another excellent program
called lions of industry, mothers of invention
which profiled four great personalities in american history:
booker t. washington, madame c.j. walker, george washington carver and george crum.
these young actors made history literally come alive
with their lively, interactive show.
the girls’ unanimous favorite was the young woman who portrayed
the entrepreneurial madame c.j. walker.
while there are abundant books on walker, b.t. washington and g.w. carver,
george crum was a new one for me.
george crum and the saratoga chip by gaylia taylor
is a great intro to this colorful personality who invented the potato chip.
what discover theater shows are you planning on checking out?