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Live Shows
Bigger and Better Than Ever!

Our live shows can be customized and tailored to fit your event. Shows can be presented with prerecorded music, or accompanied by your local high school or college band, or your own symphonic or pops orchestra. The magnificent original score for Many Faces of Old Glory was composed and arranged by Eric Benjamin, Conductor of the Tuscarawas Philharmonic Orchestra (Ohio) and is a joy for any group to perform.

Plus we have America's finest DVDs explaining how we got our flag
. . .  and how we got the United States of America.


Overview of Many Faces of Old Glory

Acclaimed the "Finest Flag Show in America!" Entertainment for the whole family! Many Faces of Old Glory, DVD's and live shows tell the history of how we got our flag and how we got the United States. Because you cannot tell the story of how we got our flag without telling how we got the United States. Now this is not a history lecture. There is humor in some of the stories and we hope you will laugh when it is funny, but we know you will be thrilled when it is thrilling ... there are a few sad places too.

First Flag Resolution, Congress, June 14, 1777 - "Resolved the flag of the United States shall be thirteen stripes, alternate red and white; and the Union be thirteen stars white in a blue field, representing a new constellation." There were no two flags alike. That's where we got our title, "Many Faces of Old Glory."

You will see over 20 odd, strange and downright crazy looking flags that tell the paths our flag and our country have taken to become what we see today. You will see and hear facts about our Revolutionary War that you never knew before, i.e. The Boston Massacre, Paul Revere's Ride, Battle at Concord April 19, 1777 (know as the shot heard 'round the world). Be on board with George Washington's cruisers as we capture the cannons and guns from the British; those were the weapons that started our revolution. Be part of the landing party flying the Gadsden flag; the landing party who later became the United States Marines. Ride the seas with John Paul Jones' Navy as he says, "I have not yet begun to fight!" and see the crazy flag he flew that was described by Ben Franklin.

Relive the legend of Betsy Ross as she cuts a 5-pointed star with one cut of the scissors and feel the emotion of Francis Scott Key as he wrote our National Anthem and watched the Star Spangled Banner still waving over Fort McHenry.

Veterans, educators, businesses and patriots everywhere all say,

"You will remember it the rest of your life!"