The Tramp and the Rough Rider: An Evening at Glacier Point

Shows every Friday at 7pm, May 2-June 27 at Yosemite Theater in Yosemite Valley
Repeats every week every Friday until Fri Jun 27 2014 .
May 2, 2014
May 9, 2014
May 16, 2014
May 23, 2014
May 30, 2014
June 6, 2014
June 13, 2014
June 20, 2014
June 27, 2014

What did John Muir and President Theodore Roosevelt discuss around the campfire in 1903? Witness a live re-enactment of this history-altering camping trip in Yosemite, as the “Tramp” and the “Rough Rider” engage in lively discussion over the fate of our most wild places, and swap stories about their own adventures. Don’t miss this special presentation at the Yosemite Theater honoring the 150th anniversary of the Yosemite Grant Act.

Live Performance; special presentation to honor the 150th anniversary of the Yosemite Grant
Fridays, 7pm, May 2 – June 27
Adults $8; Children (4-12) $4
Yosemite Theater, Valley Visitor Center

Alan Sutterfield as President Theodore Roosevelt

Alan Sutterfield has been an actor and playwright for many years. Recently, he has played leading roles in James Joyce’s The Dead, The Importance of Being Earnest and Laughter on the 23rd Floor. He is gratified to add Theodore Roosevelt to his acting credits, which include historic characters General Custer, Captain James Cook and John Merrick (The Elephant Man). Sutterfield’s latest play, King Kalahkaua’s Poker Game, was produced in May 2013 in Honolulu.


Lee Stetson as John Muir

Lee Stetson has portrayed John Muir in several productions in Yosemite National Park for more than a quarter of a million visitors since 1983. He is passionate about promoting the performing arts in the national parks. Stetson founded the Hawaii Performing Arts Company, served as the artistic manager of both the Hawaii Theatre Festival and the Antique Theatre Festival of Idaho, and has been a freelance director. As an actor, he has performed more than 50 major roles from Shakespeare to Neil Simon, and his television credits include a dozen episodes of Hawaii Five-0.