John Muir: Father of Our National Parks

Flyer for John Muir: Father of Our National ParksJohn Muir was a brilliant inventor who went through a life changing  to become  one of the world’s most recognized and impactful  conservationists.  His writings have inspired millions to take to the outdoors, and re-discover the beauty and importance of nature. Now, the father of our National Parks shares his personal story with you. Using passages from Muir's own works, and a depth of research into his life and times, award-winning actor J.T Turner celebrates the life of this great American immigrant, philosopher, and writer. This is a first person dramatic performance that will transport you from Muir's childhood in Scotland, through his years as an engineer, inventor and explorer, to his fight to preserve the wilds of America.

The Actors Company’s J.T. Turner (AEA, SAG-AFTRA, IRNE Award winner) has toured theaters, museums, schools, historical sites, libraries, and events all over the U.S. with his original one-man shows, including "The Adventures of Benjamin Franklin," “Shakespeare’s Ghost,” "Robert Frost, Light and Dark," "A Visit with C.S. Lewis," "Charles Dickens in A Christmas Carol," “Washington Irving in The Legend of Sleepy Hollow,” “A Visit with Aesop,” and more. His original play “Within These Walls” was featured at the Smithsonian Museum of American History. J.T. is also a professional circus ringmaster, Qigong & TaiChi instructor, fight choreographer, and acting, accent and public speaking coach.

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Thursday Jul 16, 2020
10:30 AM  -  11:30 AM
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