The Tramp and the Roughrider II: An Evening in Bridalveil Meadow
Tuesday, April 29th & Wednesday, April 30th |
5:30 pm - 6:30 pm
Yosemite Speaks: The Story of How American Conservation Began
In 1903, two men took a three-day camping trip in Yosemite, California, and forged the legacy of National Parks in the U.S. Those two men were President Teddy Roosevelt and John Muir, first president of the Sierra Club.
On April 29, 2014, the Redlands Forum will present this drama in a fascinating one-act play written by Lee Stetson called The Tramp and the Roughrider II: An Evening in Bridalveil Meadow. This is the sequel to Stetson’s acclaimed original play The Tramp and the Roughrider: An Evening at Glacier Point, that re-enacts the crucial conversations that led to preserving some of the most valuable wilderness on the planet.
Due to the popularity of this event, the presentation is offered twice. Please register only for the night that you plan to attend.
Tuesday, April 29th
Wednesday, April 30th
Save the Date
Tuesday, May 13th
Dr. Scott Stevens
Wednesday, May 28th
June Hudson, Costume Designer for BBC programs