Earps return to Palace to perform historic saga
Wyatt Earp (a relative of the historic Wyatt) and Terry Earp will perform as Wyatt and Josephine Sarah Marcus Earp in "Mr. & Mrs. Wyatt Earp: The Sunset Years" at The Palace at 7:30 p.m. Monday, Nov. 17.
Written by Terry Earp, the two-person story of love, adventure, secrets, and betrayals flows in and out of time and place as Wyatt speaks to biographer Stuart N. Lake from their Los Angeles apartment in the late 1920s, and Mrs. Earp talks to a cat at the Earp's Vidal cottage in California on Rosh Hashanah in 1938.
During the show, an elderly Wyatt speaks reluctantly of his time in Tombstone and his life afterwards prospecting throughout the West and Alaska with Josie, his wife of 47 years.
After Wyatt's death, Josie, a charming, controlling woman with a compulsion for gambling, fights to control and create the legend of her late husband and conceal her past and her part in the happenings in Tombstone.
Dinner and show is $28.