Recipient of the 2008 Texas Council for the Social Studies ‘Friend of Social Studies Education’ award and keynote presenter for the 2014 Texas Social Studies Supervisor’s Association state conference, Bill Perryman is known throughout Texas for his work in the field of history and social studies education. An award-winning teacher, Mr. Perryman holds a master’s degree in education from Texas State University and an administrator/mid-management certification from the University of Texas-San Antonio; he has conducted graduate studies coursework in historical research through the University of Virginia. History In Person Theater features historical portrayals of pivotal characters in Texas and American history augmented by music, sound effects, and visual images to create a multi-sensory experience for each audience. Program repertoire includes Adventure on the Underground Railroad – The Stories of Frederick Douglass and Harriet Tubman, Benjamin Franklin – An American Sensation, Sam Houston – Portrait of Honor, Thomas Jefferson – Independency 1776, Meriwether Lewis – Expedition Extraordinaire, Abraham Lincoln – Conscience of a Nation, Paul Revere – An American Patriot, George Washington – A Call to Duty, and William B. Travis – The Alamo – 1836! Photo by Lindsey Kaye Perryman, MPh.

Additional information



Contact name

Billy Perryman

Contact address

17314 Sable Landing San Antonio TX 78232

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Public performance

$550 – $1250

School performance

$550 – $1000

Workshop fees

$1250 – $2000

Travel per diem lodging

$100 – $800


San Antonio


Special audiences

Libraries, People with disabilities, Schools, Seniors

School audiences

Elementary, Middle

Venue size

Medium, Smaller

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