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Play to depict classic tale of American Revolution

Gil Martin, played by Jeremy Kester, prepares to fire his rifle while rehearsing a scene from “Drums Along the Mohawk, Outdoor Drama,” to be performed Saturday at the Gelston Castle Estate in Mohawk. (photo: Bill Buell/Gazette Reporter)
Gil Martin, played by Jeremy Kester, prepares to fire his rifle while rehearsing a scene from “Drums Along the Mohawk, Outdoor Drama,” to be performed Saturday at the Gelston Castle Estate in Mohawk. (photo: Bill Buell/Gazette Reporter)
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It was almost 10 years ago that Kyle Jenks enthusiastically jumped into the world of historical re-enacting. Now, he’s making an even bigger leap with a full-scale theatrical production of Walter Edmonds’ popular novel of the American Revolution “Drums Along the Mohawk.” Jenks produced, directed and wrote the script for this stage adaptation of Edmonds’ 1937 classic, which was turned into a movie in 1939 by John Ford and starred Henry Fonda and Claudette Colbert. ...

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