Ron Vinson, executive director of the Presbyterian Heritage Center in Montreat, will discuss the origin and prominence of Twelfth Night from its medieval continental origins through Shakespeare’s 1602 play, to observances in Colonial Carolinas on Jan. 7 at the James K. Polk State Historic Site in Pineville.
Ron Vinson, executive director of the Presbyterian Heritage Center in Montreat, will discuss the origin and prominence of Twelfth Night from its medieval continental origins through Shakespeare’s 1602 play, to observances in Colonial Carolinas on Jan. 7 at the James K. Polk State Historic Site in Pineville. HO Charlotte Observer file photo
Ron Vinson, executive director of the Presbyterian Heritage Center in Montreat, will discuss the origin and prominence of Twelfth Night from its medieval continental origins through Shakespeare’s 1602 play, to observances in Colonial Carolinas on Jan. 7 at the James K. Polk State Historic Site in Pineville. HO Charlotte Observer file photo

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