• Ken Johnston and cast of "Is Mount Vernon Burning?", telling the stories of the Enslaved at Mount Vernon
  • Ken Johnston, on horseback, interpreting 18th century Farm Life. (Jan Tilley also pictured)
  • Ken Johnston as Dr. Joseph Woodward in "The Autopsy Of John Wilkes Booth".
  • Ken Johnston leaps ashore as Capt. Graves in "Is Mount Vernon Burning?".
  • Ken Johnston, center, rides as Norman cavalry for Battle of Hastings event in Sussex-UK.

Winter & Spring 2023 Appearances

January – On set shooting the indie American Civil War Film Slavery and Resistance throughout the month, acting/providing costumes & props

Friday January 6 – Portraying David W. Lewis, 1st President of University of North Georgia, for the Sesquicentennial Commemoration of the University’s founding as North Georgia Agricultural College

Friday January 13 – Portraying Capt. Meriwether Lewis at The Museum School of Avondale Estates for a Lewis and Clark Expedition program

Tuesday January 17 – Presenting, along with Grove Jewelry, Medieval Metal Smithing for the Athens Metal Arts Guild at Lyndon House Arts Center

Friday January 20 – Portraying Pres. Thomas Jefferson for The Museum School of Avondale Estates

Saturday January 21 – Presenting Dueling and Swordplay in the 18th Century for Atlanta Historic Dance’s 18th Century Gaming Salon at Legacy Park, Decatur GA

Wednesday January 25 – Performing the poetry of Robert Burns for Arís Theatre’s Burns Night Celebration at ASW Distillery, Atlanta GA

Saturday February 11 – Presenting Pistols at Dawn: Dueling with Firearms in the 18th Century for Atlanta Historic Dance’s Outlander Ball, Atlanta GA

March – Residency teaching Shakespearean Language and Acting Technique for Whitewater High School, Fayetteville GA

Saturday May 6 – Medieval & Renaissance Living History – Lavonia Renaissance Festival, Lavonia GA

Sunday May 7 – Performing Renaissance and Baroque dance with Atlanta Historic Dance at St. Bartholomew’s Episcopal Church, Atlanta GA