Neal Tucker is excited to be making his debut both in D.C. and with Hunger & Thirst. New York: Charlotte's Web (Tour); A True History (Vineyard Theatre); East of the Sun, West of the Moon (Looking Glass); The Manufacturer's Daughter (Cabrini Rep); Happy? (Players Theatre); Open School Night (Roy Arias). TV: Celebrity Ghost Stories. He would like to thank Hunger & Thirst for this wonderful opportunity and his family for their infinite love and support. www.nealtucker.net
John Skinner (1788-1851) was involved in the war effort at the government level from the very beginning. When the British army was approaching Washington, he rode ninety miles overnight to warn President Madison, and became known as “Maryland’s Paul Revere.” Unfortunately the British found out about his actions, and burned the buildings of his estate in retaliation. After the war, he became postmaster for the city of Baltimore, and an influential editor of various agricultural journals.