Meet Lark, an eighty-year old cowgirl whose stories will entertain, amaze, and enlighten you.
Meet Lark, an eighty-year old woman whose life as a cowgirl raising a son, herding cattle, and training horses and mules will entertain, amaze, and enlighten you.
Lark: A Cowboy Woman’s Ride is a funny and poignant one-person play written and performed by Terry Earp. Lark is based on her 2004 documentary “We Killed Our Own Snakes.” Lark’s character is actually a composite of eight elderly cowgirls in Southeastern Arizona who were interviewed in the film.
Watching Lark, you will experience a unique and often unheard voice of a generation as Lark relates her adventures as she and her husband Joe drove cattle from Mexico to Alaska and all points in between. She gives her views on ranch life and how it has changed, and what she and her friends are doing to preserve their part of Western history. A unique experience that is equal parts informative, sentimental, and funny.
$10 WNPA members/$15 nonmembers
12PM & 2PM
Event Tags: Old West, performance