One-woman shows bring history to life
MALTA – In 1994, actress Pippa White was facing a personal drama.
“When my husband started teaching at the University of Nebraska, I thought if I’m ever going to have a career as a performer, I’m going to have to act alone,” White said, adding that Nebraska isn’t exactly the entertainment capital of the world.
White, “a stage-struck kid” who did commercials as a child growing up in California, decided to create her own one-woman plays. The first was “The Tales of the Orphan Train,” about the train which operated from 1854 to 1929, connecting 200,000 to 500,000 orphan children with adoptive families.
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