Sounds of Kingman is partnering with Lee Williams High School to present a “Living History” program on Friday, February 2. The show focused on Wyatt Earp is called “Life on the Frontier”.
The performer, Wyatt Earp, is a contemporary descendant of the famous 19th Century Wyatt Earp. Set in the mid-1920s, an elderly Earp tells of his adventures during the final days of the American Frontier from Arizona to Alaska.
The play, written by Wyatt’s spouse Terry Earp, has been staged all over the Southwest and in many European cities as well.
Admission is free for two performances at Lee Williams High School (400 Grandview Ave.) in Kingman. The first show is at 2:00 p.m. followed by a second show at 7:00 p.m.
For more information call the Sounds of Kingman at: 928-530-0415 or visit their website at: www.soundsofkingman.com/