A chance to meet Queen Elizabeth, attend an abolition rally, or hear Walt Whitman recite a poem may seem highly unlikely, but it is possible, here at SoloTogether. This is the home of New England’s living history impersonators and performers, where you may meet anyone from Amelia Earhart to Abigail Whitney. We think of ourselves as a guild of performing artists and history enthusiasts who bring politics, arts and sciences from bygone days to life. Our performers have entertained and educated across the country at schools, museums, libraries and for civic organizations with programs to complement curricula, exhibits, collections and special events.
If you’re a performer in New England, we invite you to come join us at a meeting. If you’re looking for a program for your organization, look around, you’ll find something for just about any audience.
The next SoloTogether meeting will be our Spring meeting at the Carriage House at Longfellow House, 105 Brattle St., Cambridge, Friday June 1 from 5:30 - 8:00 pm. If you're a solo performer interested in attending or would like to learn more about SoloTogether please contact: