Friday, August 26, 2016

LUNA CELEBRATES OUR NATIONAL PARKS WITH A NEW PLAY

Happy 100th Birthday to The National Park Service!

On Oct. 6th, we give them a belated birthday gift with the opening of the first show of our season, KING OF THE MOUNTAINS by Ben Clawson.

This play was commissioned with the support of The Dramatists Guild Foundation in commemoration of this centennial anniversary.

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For three days in May of 1903, President Teddy Roosevelt and the naturalist John Muir camped alone together in the Yosemite. One expected to be paid homage, revered for his accomplishments, and praised for his wilderness prowess. The other desired to have his voice heard, his philosophy followed, and his wisdom sought. The problem was, both men wanted to do all the talking.

A complex look at the ongoing battle over what to do with our public lands told through the unique wit and whimsy of Luna favorite Ben Clawson (Tilt the Unlit Candle, The Dangers of Electric Lighting, and The High Water Mark).

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