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Duffy Hudson as Edgar Allen Poe

Original post made by Savannah, Vineyard Avenue, on Sep 30, 2010

The play at the Pleasanton Library tonight ~ it was fantastic! Duffy Hudson played to a full and totally appreciative house. The audience ranged from 8 to ~ let's just say ~ up there. Mr Hudson was as good as any live show I have attended. His Q&A after was both fun & educational, due to his quick wit and knowledge of Edgar Allen Poe. His talents as an actor left us truly appreciative of his gift. We left enlightened and eager to read more both on and by Edgar Allen Poe.

We also learned Duffy Hudson does Einstein & A Christmas Carol. Place Mr Hudson on your 'must see list'!

I will be watching for more Library events and hopefully a return visit by Duffy Hudson.


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