Enjoy this production of the play The Gentleman Doc Holliday, written by Terry Earp. The play has a uniquely authentic point of view, as the writer collaborated with Karen Holliday Tanner – the closest living relative of Doc Holliday and author of the book Doc Holliday – A Family Portrait.
This is the story of the West’s most famous dentist and his journey from healing to killing. The play is set in a Denver jail cell, where Bat Masterson and Governor Frederick W. Pitkin have put Doc in protective custody.
Tickets are $50 to include a no-host bar and heavy hors d’oeuvres with doors opening at 5:30pm, and the performance beginning at 7pm. Performance-only tickets are $25. Tickets can be purchased at the museum or online at: https://havasumuseum.com/events/
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