Holbrook presented his show at the house in 1956 for a fundraiser for the facility.
At 87, Holbrook is still active, performing the stage show as well as acting in films such as the upcoming "Lincoln". Last year he published his memoir, "Harold: The Boy Who Became Mark Twain."
Holbrook returns to the Mark Twain House on Sunday, Nov. 25 for "Hal Holbrook, Himself," a celebration of the ctor's career and which the center will dedicate its Great Hall as "Hal Holbrook Hall."
Holbrook performed his first version of "Mark Twain Tonight" in 1954 at Pennsylvania's Lock Haven State College, according to the center. He presented the show off-Broadway in 1959 and on Broadway in 1966, 1977 and 2005. He continues to perform the show around the country in theaters and on college campuses.
Holbrook has visited the Mark Twain House in Hartford regularly, according to the center, performing the show as a benefit in 2010, which was the Centennial of Twain's death.
Holbrook played the Stage Manager in the
Tickets are $100 and seating is limited.