The Narrative of Ethan Allen’s Captivity written in 1778 by Colonel Allen.
During the Revolutionary War, and after the battles of Lexington and Concord, Ethan Allen captured Fort Ticonderoga in May 1775. This was the first fort taken by the Americans. On September 24, 1775 in Montreal, Canada, Ethan was captured and kept on British prison ships. The British barely kept him alive, then two and a half years later he was exchanged for a colonel and was set free.
Public Banking Institute Conferences, Kick-Offs with Ethan Allen
The Public Banking Conferences in Philadelphia, (2012), and San Rafael, (2013), were livened up with “brilliant exhortations” by Ethan Allen, sharing his perspective on Public Banking to sold out houses.
Historical Plays, Productions and Entertainment
Learn something new about the Revolutionary War with our theatrical productions and local theater of history, based in Plainfield, Vermont. Earnest Productions’ latest historical performance is a narrative of the capture of Fort Ticonderoga and Ethan Allen’s two and a half years of captivity. Contact us (802) 456-1123 in Plainfield, Vermont, for more details about our theatrical productions.
Live on stage in local Vermont Theaters
“Jim Hogue is brilliant as Ethan Allen. The Vermont History Expo audience was entranced by the presence of their iconic hero.” -Sarah Dopp, Vermont Historical Society President.
“Jim Hogue has the fire and panache to re-engage us with our revolutionary roots. . . ” – Dave Lewit, editor: Boston/Cambridge Alliance Dispatch.
“Jim Hogue makes Ethan Allen come alive – an inspiration . . .” -Dr. Thomas Naylor, Second VT Republic.
“Brilliant, beautiful, and a real rebirth of wonder . . . magnificent and an immense pleasure to behold . . . the personification of great theater . . . Superbly crafted art and magic.” – Stuart Hutchison, producer.
Call us today at (802) 456-1123 in Plainfield, Vermont, for more information about our theatrical productions of Mixed Nuts, and Ethan Allen’s capture.