John F. and Jackie Kennedy’s Camelot will come alive again in a dramatic presentation at Covenant Village in Turlock.
Writers and actors William and Sue Wills will portray Jack and Jacqueline Kennedy during their “Presidents and Their First Ladies: Dramatically Speaking” performance 1 p.m. Wednesday at Covenant Village.
The Wills have been performing theatrical dialogues about the lives of 33 of America’s first couples for more than 20 years. They research and write their own material, and design costumes for each era. They’ve performed at several presidential libraries and historic sites, including the William Jefferson Clinton Presidential Library, The Jimmy Carter Presidential Museum and the Harry S. Truman Museum.
The couple met in 1970 when they were both appearing in a show in Baltimore and have been performing together ever since.
The performance is free but seating is limited. To register, please visit www.covenantvillageofturlock.org or call 877–834-1238.
Covenant Village of Turlock is located at 2125 North Olive Ave.