Wyatt Earp – A Life on the Frontier
April 7 @ 7:30 pm
Meet the man, not the myth! The contemporary Wyatt Earp, great grandnephew of the original Wyatt Earp, has been portraying his famous ancestor in this one-man show since 1996. Set in the mid-1920s, an elderly Wyatt Earp tells of his adventures from Arizona to Alaska during the final days of the American frontier. The play has delighted audiences throughout North America and Europe and was written by the late award-winning playwright Terry Tafoya Earp.
All proceeds from this show benefit ASU Kerr, enabling us to continue presenting our free daytime Coffee and Tea programs and connecting with underserved communities.
Set in the mid 1920’s an elderly Wyatt Earp tells of his adventures during the final days of the American frontier from Arizona to Alaska.