- A discussion of Roosevelt’s life and leadership style
- Teddy Roosevelt: Man in the Arena
- Vincent: A Portrait by the Postman Roulin, artist Vincent van Gogh
- Longfellow’s Last Sermon, a portrayal of the famous American poet.
Ted Zalewski, aka Teddy Roosevelt, Mind, Body and Spirit, historical interpreter of Theodore Roosevelt, combines education, history, drama and fun in his acclaimed presentation of Teddy Roosevelt.
Highlights of T.R.’s life as cowboy, soldier, naturalist, historian, father and statesman helps us understand a man who won the Noble Prize, inspired the Teddy bear and, at age 42, became the youngest person ever to serve as President. Theodore Roosevelt lived a life that inspires us still.
“Truly a wonderful one-man show”
“Museum of American Political Life”
“A stimulating evening of history, zest and emotion.”
The National Theatre, Washington DC.
Zalewski ‘s portrayals and programs have enthralled and motivated audiences as diverse as the White House, the Smithsonian, the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and the National Cowboy Hall of Fame.
Zalewski also performs in Vincent, A Portrait by the Postman Roulin, Vincent van Gogh’s story from the perspective of his warm hearted friend.
“One man: (One hour) – One unforgettable show. In Teddy Roosevelt: Mind, Body and Spirt, actor/author/educator.”
Ted Zalewski brings to life one of America’s greatest presidents.
Combining history, drama and fun, TR gives voice to Roosevelt’s own words, writings and beliefs.
Get ready for a ‘bully’ time with Teddy Roosevelt: Mind, Body & Spirt!