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Americans archive4.07pm, September 6, 1901 - Buffalo's Pan-American Exposition. William McKinley, twenty-fifth president of the United States, turns to greet Leon Czolgosz. Two shots ring out. America wakes up to a new century through an act of blood. Eric Schlosser's first play powerfully dissects a tipping point in American history, the moment when the United States broke from tradition and chose the path of empire.


Author: Eric Schlosser

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Archive listings for Americans (2003)

Work type: Play.


Company Oxford Stage Company. Director Dominic Dromgoole. Lighting Paul Anderson. Performer Polly Adams (Ida McKInley). Performer Bodhan Poraj (Leon Czolgosz). Performer Ed Bishop (President McKinley). Performer Colin McCormack. Performer Paul Rider (Roosevelt). Performer Graham Turner. Performer John Dougall. Performer David Ganly. Performer Sophie Duvall.
28 Oct 03 to 22 Nov 03Arcola, Inner London :: V1422226940
listing details L026835246


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