Bringing History Alive
Bonnie Fairbank is a Performing Artist and a former Teacher who has appeared in a broad range of roles from her early years in New York on Stage to depicting historical personages either authentic or hypothetical.
These roles include all classes of society from the Colonial School Teacher, the Common Tavern Wench, a Well-heeled Genteel Lady of Refinement serving Tea and teaching manners, a Civil War Woman in Mourning, an 18th century Midwife, a Victorian Apothecary Apprentice, a Roaring Twenties Doll, and a 1945 Canteen Entertainer.
Bringing History Alive from 1650 to the 1950’s.
Wearing reproduction clothing and using first-person interpretation, Ms. Fairbank presents programs to meet the needs of client or site. She can also provide a mini museum of antique items of the period and can hire other Actors or Musicians for the program.
Characters In The Repertoire
Ms. Fairbank has appeared as Martha Washington, Abigail Adams, Queen Elizabeth I, Anne Ramsey, Sarah Carlyle, Dolley Madison, Mrs. James Monroe, Anna Thornton, Sarah Lee, Mrs. Brittany Spears, Lucy Anne Carter, Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Susan B. Anthony, among others, both historical and fictional.