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For the past several days, visitors of historical Charleston, South Carolina, were treated to a unique juxtaposition of centuries-old architecture with modern live digital caricatures.

I had the terrific opportunity to entertain for a company’s multi-day conference. During this time, I entertained in two historic locations. One was a turn of the century victorian theater and the other was a mansion built in 1786, known as The Lowndes Grove (the historic building’s wiki page has additional information).

During Thursday evening’s performance at the Grove, many people, including Scott, took several photographs of both the estate and the colorful sunset across the river.

Take a look at MORE fun photos from 2 evenings with my Live Digital Entertainment and our adventures around the city of Charleston, South Carolina.

3 responses to “Historical Charleston gets a Digital Makeover!”

  1. zax :) says:

    wow! it looks like you and scott had a blast!

  2. Rick Wright says:

    Nice work and set up Angie!!Photos look great too Scott!!Keep up the good work!!

  3. Angie says:

    Yes we did Zax!

    Thanks for the kind words and for stopping by my blog,Rick!