Faces of Fort Royal
The story of the French colony at Plaisance is brought to life in this pageant through the talent of local performers. You will meet the Governors, merchants and soldiers as well as the common fishermen and their families, all trying to carry on the business of living in a harsh environment surrounded by enemies. It is a story of the hardship and determination of the people to overcome adversity.
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Copy of Script in French given to visitors.
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