HISTORY CONVENTION - April 12, 2014 - 2-5 pm
Dorothy has been asked to give a
thirty minute presentation at the 55th Annual Arizona History Convention at the
Yavapai County Courthouse during an Arizona Justice Forum on Saturday, April 12, 2014
between 2:00-5:00 PM. Dorothy will explain the Kelsey v. McAteer case of 1883 based on an article she wrote for the
2014 issue of Wild West Magazine. (See Publications) She will also explore what incident precipitated the case, the personalities involved and what happened. Historians and legal experts will then discuss the historic as well as the contemporary issues involved in this water-rights
A NEW PLAY
Dorothy Daniels Anderson
A RIDE ON THE ORPHAN TRAIN
real people and a devastating historical incident,
Dorothy Daniels Anderson's play "A Ride on the
Orphan Train," delves into the mystery of the only
orphan train that came to Arizona carrying three nuns
and forty orphans. It explores why some of the
children were kidnapped and one allowed to die.
is a finalist
In a New Play Series presented by:
Response to Conflict and Social Crisis
A FREE STAGED READING
Thursday, April 14, 2011
College, Granite Performing
218 North Granite Street,
EVERYONE IS WELCOME
THERE WILL BE A QUESTION AND ANSWER
OPPORTUNITY WITH THE PLAYWRIGHT
AFTER THE PERFORMANCE
here for additional information
Summer Play Festival
Another Story, Sing Me A Song
& Janice Lombardos
From Broadway With
Directed by Al Lombardos
Back Row: Greg
Klazura, Bob Mummey, Jack Cummings, Bob Collins,
Front Row: Sandy Burke, Doris Pirret, Chirsta
Houck, Marilyn Mummey, Aletha Dellamo, Leona
Directed by Jenny
the performance on July 19th there will be a
reception for the playwright with refreshments
and an opportunity to meet and talk with
Betty Mollick, Mary Morrow
Each play will
be performed at each performance
Evening Performances: 7:00 PM July 10, 11, 17,
Matinee Performances: 2:00 PM July 12, 19, 26
OFFICE WILL OPEN, MONDAY, JUNE 29 2009 AT STARDUST
corner of Stardust and R. H. Johnson
City West, AZ
FURTHER INFORMATION PLEASE CALL
Click here to view a slide show from this play.
Kyle Lawson of the Arizona republic says:
"Dorothy Anderson is proving you can be one-woman in two bodies quite easily--if it's happening in theater."
It's "The tale of different personalities coping in a man's world."
DUE TO SELL OUT PERFORMANCES
Due to sell out performances of last years TWO WOMEN FROM ARIZONA,
THE TALL AND THE CRAZED you might want to come in groups of ten or
more or order lunch through Coffea Café 602-254-7399 Ext 104 or 106.
Call for either of the above options and you will guarantee yourself a
reserved seat up to show time.
TWO HOUR PARKING
Two hour parking can be found along 2nd and 3rd Street.
Bring lots of coins. Or Van Buren and 1st Street has $4.00 parking
and Fillmore and 1st on the southeast side has $2.00 parking.
There is more expensive parking by the hour across the street
north and west of the theater.
PAST SOLD OUT PERFORMANCES AT THE HERBERGER IN 2004
August 16-19, 2004
THE TALL AND THE CRAZED
TWO WOMEN FROM ARIZONA
In the 1800's can Sarah find happiness with any of her four husbands?
Did the proper Bostonian kill her husband or was it temporary insanity?
Below are some photos from Dorothy's performance of The Tall and the Crazed.
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