First Lady from 1963-1969, she was also a shrewd businesswoman and strong advocate for beautifying America
Meet the acclaimed modern artist at her home in New Mexico in 1949
Former First Lady, mother and champion of the arts and historic preservation. Set in 1964
The environmental writer, marine biologist and author of Silent Spring (1962)
Meet with the British monarch at Buckingham Palace in 1992
In this historical portrayal, you'll learn about the real-life experiences of stewardesses for Pan Am in the 1960s. Learn about the strict height, weight and age requirements, about cooking gourmet meals, about the celebrity passengers -- and about enduring some wild rides.
available for 2023
Saleswoman Brownie Wise made Tupperware a household name in the 1950s. Meet the woman who rose from a single mother to head of Tupperware Home Parties and transformed plasticware into a multi-million-dollar business.
NEW! Now available
How did Eleanor Roosevelt grow from a shy orphan into a confident, driven champion of human rights? Meet America's longest serving First Lady in this program, set in 1946, as she grapples with the question of what do with her life after the White House.
It is 1937 and Amelia Earhart is already internationally renowned for such achievements as being the first woman to cross the Atlantic Ocean in an airplane (1928) and the first woman to pilot herself across the Atlantic by plane (1932). Now she is attempting a flight around the world.
The First Ladies Forum is a collaboration between four experienced historical interpreters who bring to life four different First Ladies: Dolley Madison, Louisa Catherine Adams, Mary Lincoln and Jacqueline Kennedy. You can book us for four separate virtual events, each with live Q and A.
Debuts March 2023
Meet the legendary cookbook author, television star and champion of French cooking in this portrayal as she discusses everything from her relationship with her husband Paul Child to the mishaps of cooking on television. Bon Appetit!