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A young Union Army Doctor attending a play at Ford’s Theater in Washington, D.C. on April 14, 1865, is a witness to the assassination of President Abraham Lincoln. He is the first doctor to reach the President’s side in an attempt to save his life. This remarkable narrative has been lost and forgotten for over a hundred years. It was recently rediscovered and made public.
Read by Andre Devin
Andre Devin has appeared in numerous independent films and stage productions in Southern California, from Shakespeare Orange County to Hollywood’s famous Fringe Festival. His performances as Joey in “The Indian Wants the Bronx” by Israel Horovitz and as Sal in Jim Geoghan’s “Tom and Jerry” were enthusiastically reviewed, as was his moving performance as A Young Man in in William Saroyan’s “Hello Out There”. Andre was featured in the world premier of “If All the Sky Were Paper” by Andrew Carroll, at the Waltmar Theatre. Andre is an Irene Ryan Award finalist and is a graduate of the Theatre Department of Chapman University. This is his second audiobook for Listen2Read.
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