by William M. Hoffman and Anthony Holland
In partnership with Frontline Productions
Join us for a glimpse into the early history of colonial New York with this stage reading about New York City in 1708 - a time of chaos and political passion.
The Dutch are still seething from the British takeover, and Lord Cornbury, considered a buffoon in
British circles, is sent to the colonies by his cousin, Queen Anne, to be Governor of New York and New Jersey. He has no interest in government and at his first public appearance he wears a dress; which causes controversy to ensue.