After "taking the waters" at Stafford Springs, Connecticut, 35 year old John Adams opines on the economy and industry of the John Green household. The cow goes un-milked until 9 o'clock, and Mr. Green appears to be a lounger.Members Only Or Sign In
June 5, 1771 Mar 27, 2015
September 1771: Simeon Trapp and Merry Pugwell have a late night conversation by the tavern hearth. Trapp wonders what happened to Justice Bramley and ponders the blessings of a new appointment.Members Only Or Sign In
Courage, New Hampshire
Pitch & Moment Mar 19, 2015
January, 1770: As Sergeant Bob Wheedle prepares to return to Boston from his imprisonment in Courage, we learn that Sarah has special feelings for him.Members Only Or Sign In
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Before the Travail Mar 10, 2015
Scott Riley discusses the farm's vision, period language in film, his Jimmy Stewart impersonation. Jim and Scott accuse each other of going senile. Jim discusses "Black Sails" - the pirate show.Members Only Or Sign In
Talking History, Language Feb 28, 2015
Peabody Award-winning International Film & Television star Nick Searcy (Justified) and the cast of Courage, New Hampshire invite you to join the fun on Saturday, March 15th at the Rose Bowl’s Brookside Golf Club.
Play in the tournament or just come on down for the party! Don’t worry if you’re not much of a golfer. We’re planning a best ball team format which will ensure friendly competition and lots of fun for everyone. Entry includes a Courage, NH golf cap, a box lunch from Twohey’s and the BBQ Awards Dinner.
Entry fees are tax-deductible and will benefit future production of Courage, New Hampshire which is currently being syndicated through American public television.
Early Bird Registration
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Courage, NH Production ProjectMail to: Colony Bay Entertainment 119 E Union Street, Suite H Pasadena, CA 91103
Questions? Please call 626-792-1762
The National Educational Telecommunications Association (NETA, Tax ID # 57-6035634) is qualified as a public charity under the provisions of IRS Section 501(c)(3). Donors should consult with a qualified tax advisor about the tax treatment of these donations. Riley’s Farm and Colony Bay Productions has not made any representations or warranties to anyone, including donors, about any tax treatment, including the tax treatment of any donations.