Experience the story of the West’s most famous dentist and his journey from one who heals to one who kills. Doc Holliday tells his story to fellow inmates in a Denver, Colorado Jail cell in 1882. It is two months after he and the Earps have fled the Arizona Territory. The play is based primarily on the book Doc Holliday - A Family Portrait by Karen Holliday Tanner. Ms. Tanner is a direct descendant of Doc’s cousin, Robert Holliday.
The evening will conclude with Doc visiting with friends, Will Rogers, Buffalo Bill and Mark Twain.
The New York Conservatory for Dramatic Arts is a nationally accredited college conservatory program that focuses on training students in a stimulating and empowering environment! Their faculty are all working actors and directors who are able to allow their curriculum to grow with the forever evolving performance industry. With state of the art equipment and facilities, students are able to focus their studies in either Film & TV or Musical Theatre- and they are immersed each week in rigorous, individualized training. Beyond this, what really sets The New York Conservatory apart from other schools is their focus on education and their close-knit campus.
In an effort to tell more people about our training program, we are traveling around the country and hosting, “The New York Conservatory Experience”! This event is a free workshop that is done in the style of our classes on campus. We bring one of our amazing faculty members and they teach a class to give you an idea of what the conservatory is like, without having to travel all the way to New York City! Students also have the option to audition if they would like, for admission and scholarships!
No sign ups required for this Free Acting Workshop.
If you have any questions, please email Lesie at Eisner5@cox.net .