Can you find the Doctor among this crew?
Wondering where your time travelling Doctor has wondered off to these days? Have no fear, he's been plying his trade on the high seas in the year 1812, there's a war on you know.

Be sure to stop over and have a look!


What can the Doctor bring to your event?
Have a look for yourself:
Medical presentation
(a 45 minute presentation followed by a 15 minute Q&A session)

An educational first person presentation for kids and adults alike that demonstrates and explains common surgical techniques of the day. Topics include bleeding, dentistry, musket ball removal, amputation, even cranial surgery.

Clips taken from a talk given at Fort Boonesborough in Feb 2011.

Full Day rate
(for school or event, four one-hour long presentations)

The most economical way to custom build a day's worth of education and entertainment for your guests. You may want three medical presentations for students during the day, then a dramatic presentation for the adults that afternoon. The ‘Full Day rate' gives you the freedom to mix and match four separate hour-long presentations.

And between performances, The Doctor's first person characterization continues, whether he is attending to the public or walking about and interacting with other interpreters.

To schedule an appearance contact:

Albert Roberts

Updated Schedule

I have updated the SCHEDULE page to more accurately reflect my season and travels during this present year! Hope to see you on the road.


The Doctor's blog is under construction... please check back often for a look at the new... uh... look.

2011, My Colonial Year in Pictures

The Doctor wears a soldier's uniform to march in the Jan. parade for Gov. Haslam
The Doctor's eldest daughter with her new Governess at Martin's Station in May
Preparing to amputate during a talk at Boonesborough in Feb.
Another amputation at

Taking a break outside the cabin at Martin's Station, May.
A snippet from the Tennessean website about the gathering at Fort Nashboro in July
Yet another amputation at Fort Nashboro in July.

The Doctor attempts to shield the Governess during the Long Run Massacre in September
The Doctor gives another medical chat at Bethabara
The Doctor seems to be having a disagreement over the number of something...
A demonstration of the proper shape of the cranium at Bethabara.
The poster produced by Hatch Show Print in Nashville for the Nashboro event.
Another successful year for the Doctor! Onward to more adventures!