Lecture: “Women Behaving Badly”
Wyatt Earp’s great-grandnephew will perform “Wyatt Earp: A Life on the Frontier”, written by Terry Tefoya Earp. Set in the 1920s, an elderly Wyatt Earp tells his adventures from Arizona to Alaska during the final days of the American frontier. The year is 1928, the place is Earp’s apartment in Los Angeles as he reluctantly recounts stories to biographer Stuart N. Lake. Tickets are $20 and available at the Western Heritage Center or by phone at 928.910.2307.