Always in character, Mr. Rehagen will present the events from a period in the life of Abraham Lincoln from Lincoln’s own perspective. The day or timeframe may be chosen either by Mr. Rehagen or the host group. Mr. Rehagen always leaves his audience with an understanding of Lincoln’s influence on his community, state and country.
Mr. Rehagen provides ample time to respond to the audience’s questions to Abraham Lincoln, from the perspective of the selected timeframe. This is usually the most enjoyable time of the portrayal, as the audience can interact with Mr. Lincoln and pry into aspects of his childhood, young adult years, family life, political events and the War Between the States.
Presentations are tailored to your needs.
Portrayals in the past have been at:
• Missouri State Archives
• Daughter of American Revolution meetings
• Civil War Battle Re-Enactments
• The Jefferson City Moerschel House (Home of Camp Lily in 1861)
• Lincoln University, ''An Evening with Abraham Lincoln and John Milton Hay,'' a play depicting the influence of Lincoln and his personal secretary (John Milton Hay) on each other and the United States