Kansas historic site hosts Bleeding Kansas play
The Kansas Historical Society says an acting troupe of history re-enactors plans to present the play “Bleeding Kansas Characters.”
The Lecompton Re-enactors plan to portray notable people from the Bleeding Kansas era discussing slavery. The event is set for 2 p.m. on April 6 at Constitution Hall State Historic Site.
Set in a 1850s Kansas territorial town hall political meeting, the dramatization is written by J. Howard Duncan.
The April 6 presentation is the fifth in a series, with the final performance scheduled for May 4.
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