Doc Holliday's Woman - Kate - The Woman of Many Names Video Clip

Doc Holliday's Woman, Kate, The Woman of Many Names, was written by Terry Earp, and is set in a cemetery in Dos Cabezas, Arizona in 1930, Doc Holliday's woman; Mary Katherine Haroney Cummings (Big Nose Kate) reveals her true identity to the ghost of John J. Howard, the man with whom she has shared the last years of her life with as Mary Cummings. Kate completes the story of the turbulent lives of Wyatt Earp and Doc Holliday, disclosing things they would or could never say about themselves. Kate also speaks about the circumstances that plunged her life from that of a lady with an upper-class background into a life of Prostitution and how she survived.
About Terry Earp
Terry Tafoya Earp is a Playwright/Producer/Actress who began her writing career in 1988 and has since written over 35 plays, many of which have received both local, and national recognition. In 1996 she wrote her first historical-based play "Wyatt Earp: A Life on the Frontier" which won AriZoni award and has over 670 performances through out the United States, Canada and Europe. The plays that Terry has written, and both Wyatt and Terry star in are, historical-based plays and are a part of the Tombstone Saga..
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