The topic is Survial, Wilderness Survival, Our Survival. Hear from one who spent more time in more wilderness than almost anyone of his day or ours. Through story and song experience the fascinating details of a life lived in the teeth of the gale, among storms and glaciers, with only a crust of bread, tenacity, a keen eye and a keen wit. But also a master political strategist, and a writer who more than any other created our 20th century envionmental awareness.
You may know John Muir as "John o' the Mountains", writer, glacial geologist, naturalist, father of Yosemite, Founder of Sierra Club, mechanical inventork mountain climber, botaniser, ambler, storyteller extraordinaire. Imagine John alive today. Experience his boyhood in Scotland, youth in Wisconsin, the 1000 mile walk to the sea, and beyond. Ask him about his adventures on mountain tops, on glaciers, in storms. See through his eyes how one does make a difference, how we are all connected, and get a glimpse of how we may let learn to share this earth with our "fellow mortals" the animals, trees, flowers, mountains, and all the rest. This is an INTERPRETATION of John Muir, by intimate theatre, storytelling, in the first-person. Aimed at adults; Suitable for ages 10 to 100.
Dick Shore will have you imagining he IS John Muir,