The President is a play written for Theatre Centre by Ronald Chenery. The exact year it was written in is currently unknown, as is the age group it was written for.
Lord, Lady, Tom, Sarah, Dennis, Abe, Master, Girl, James, Judge Davis, Douglas, Lincoln, Davis, Hannah, William, Mary, Herndon, Mrs.L, Republican, John Brown, Officer, 1st Southerner, 2nd Southerner, 1st Northerner, 2nd Northerner, Seward, Lee, Workman, Booth, Zack, Robert, Bobbie, Woman, Stanton
Writer: Ronald Chenery
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A copy of the script is held in Theatre Centre’s archive.
"Thank you, Abe, thank you. That was real smart and lawyer-like. Seems though all your learnin's gonna get you somewheres. I ain't got no money to pay you but I kin fix you up with a new pair of trousers, a real fancy pair."
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