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Review: Abraham Lincoln ponders his legacy in 'Two Miles a Penny'
The title of “Abraham Lincoln in Two Miles a Penny” refers to the legendary account of the 16th president of the United States walking six miles to return a three-cent overcharge to a customer. Writer-performer Ed Trotta’s acclaimed one-man show about the Great Emancipator plies its modest wares to fairly engaging effect.
By David C. Nichols
January 7, 2013