As scholars researching historical characters, Karen and Gene explore issues relating to the information they present. There are a number of workshops that coincide with their performances. Or, the workshops are available as a stand-alone piece.
- Appalachian Values - Addresses the reason for the differences Appalachia and mainstream America.
- Techniques of Storytelling
- Collecting Oral History
- Telling Your Own Story - Helps the audience develop personal stories
- Creating a Living History Character
- The Legend of King Arthur and its Use as a Political Tool through the Ages
- Why the West was Wild - Looks at the period 1865-1900, the heyday of the Old West
- War the Mother of Invention - A look at inventions created for war but used in peace
- Civil War Medicine
- American Food Fads: From Frozen to Fabulous
- The History of the Academy Awards
- Warrior Women - Women who fought in battle from the Am. Revolution to the present
- Literature of World War I - an audience participation workshop
- The Houses and Gardens of Edith Wharton
- Women of World War I
- The Sykes-Picot Agreement - the diplomatic agreement that divided the Middle East after WWI and created devasting repercussions
"Her enthusiasm for the subject was contagious."
- Presidential Firsts
- Historic Ball Parks of America
- Sports in the 1920's
- Baseball the Babe Ruth Way (a children's workshop)
- A Colonial Peddler
Workshop participant, Kentucky Domestic Violence Association conference