Foothill Conservancy – John Muir is Back!
You’re Invited to Participate in a Special Acting Workshop!
Featuring Lee Stetson
Lee Stetson’s 40 Years On Stage: Observations, Stories & Techniques A Few Exercises and Theater Games
Saturday, February 3, 1 p.m. – 3 p.m.
Mokelumne Hill Town Hall $50 per person*. Limited to 20 participants.
For details and to register, call Amanda at 209-223-3508 or e-mail email@example.com
*Partial scholarships available from sponsoring arts councils. Participants get 50 percent off admission to Lee’s 7 p.m. performance.
BRING CURIOSITY, A WILLINGESS TO PLAY AND LOOSE, COMFY CLOTHING!
John Muir is back, and man, is he ticked off!
JOHN MUIR IS BACK! AND MAN! IS HE TICKED OFF
Lee Stetson has been performing as John Muir for over 30 years at universities, museums and parks from Washington, D.C. to Hawaii. He portrayed Muir on Ken Burn’s award-winning series National Parks – America’s Best Idea. Stetson also performs at Yosemite Park, where Muir lived for approximately six years.
Founder of the Sierra Club, Muir is perhaps best known for his passion to preserve the beautiful Hetch Hetchy Valley, part of Yosemite National Park, which was threatened with flooding when the O’Shaunessy Dam was proposed. What some label the first environmental fight ended unsuccessfully in 1913 when Congress approved the dam project.
Watch Lee as John Muir in Ken Burn’s award-winning series “National Parks – America’s Best Idea.”