“Tames Alan is known for her in-depth research and lively presentational style. She kindles a thirst for history while entertaining the audiences with her knowledge and humor.” Pierce & King County Libraries
One-woman, historically accurate costumed programs that are educational entertainment
Customs & Culture
Programs that cover a wide range of subjects that don't fit neatly into any of the other categories
Tames Alan, the actress, historian, and fashion history teacher behind Living History Lectures
During the 18th century, the aristocracy lit their homes with chandeliers holding dozens of candles. This created a major fire hazard, as the wigs of the time, particularly for women, could reach anywhere from two to five feet in height.