WV Enterprises: Bringing American and Appalachian History to Life
WV Enterprises: Bringing American and Appalachian History to Life
WV Enterprises: Bringing American and Appalachian History to Life
WV Enterprises: Bringing American and Appalachian History to Life
WV Enterprises Bringing American and Appalachian History to Life
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WV Enterprises Bringing American and Appalachian History to Life
Bully

WV Enterprises Bringing American and Appalachian History to Life "Walk softly...but carry a big stick." Many people are familiar with this famous quote of Theodore Roosevelt, one of America's dynamic presidents. But some little known facts about Teddy Roosevelt were that he was the first U.S. President to have a press room in the White House, was a cowboy, a Harvard graduate, wilderness explorer, military leader and the author of more than 30 books.

Actor Gene Worthington brings Teddy Roosevelt to life in the one-man production of Bully. Audiences find themselves caught up in the reminisces of Teddy Roosevelt as an old man...remembering his days growing up, his love of the Old West, and his terms in office. One of the great men of his time, Teddy had a zest for life and a commitment to live it to the fullest. Bully is amusing, poignant and contagious. From winning the Nobel Peace Prize to his charge up San Juan Hill, Worthington exudes the energy that was Teddy Roosevelt.




WV Enterprises Bringing American and Appalachian History to Life
WV Enterprises: Bringing American and Appalachian History to Life