Mark Twain Himself

Like a homecoming, Mark Twain Himself returns author and humorist Samuel L. Clemens to his Missouri birthplace and Hannibal home on the banks of the Mississippi River. Audiences experience a special encounter with the man who made America laugh and inspired the world. It’s a great show full of hilarious comedy and compelling drama. You won’t want to miss this unique production of Mark Twain Himself!

Enjoy Mark Twain Himself by visiting the historic Planter’s Barn Theater of Hannibal, MO. Enjoy a Victorian-style tea before watching a live performance. Or call ahead to 573-231-0021 and reserve a private walking tour through Historic Downtown Hannibal. Not near Hannibal, MO? Reserve Mark Twain Himself for your venue! Call 573-231-0021.

Mark Twain for President
The political wit and wisdom of Mark Twain is at its best in this show.

Mark Twain on Slavery
In his own words, Mark Twain tells of his experiences and the characters who shaped his understanding of slavery from his days in Hannibal to his Connecticut Yankee days. Full of stories and anecdotes from Uncle Daniel to Huck and Jim.

Life on the Mississippi
Mark Twain tells of his love affair with the Mississippi River from his boyhood days in Hannibal to his riverboat pilot days.

The Women in My Life
Samuel L. Clemens talks about the women in his life including his mother, his sister, his girlfriends, his wife Olivia, and his daughters Susie, Clara, and Jean.

Have a large group? Group discount rates are available at either our theater or yours!