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Terry Earp is Mrs. Wyatt Earp


This is the true story of love, adventure, secrets and betrayals as told by Wyatt's third wife Josephine Sarah Marcus Earp, The show take place in Josie's memory nine years after Wyatt's death in 1938 when she makes her last visit to there "dream home". Mrs. Earp talks to a feral cat at the Earp's Vidal, California cottage in 1938 on Rosh Hashanah.

This beautiful middle-class Jewish girl from San Francisco was first the mistress and common-law wife of the sheriff of Tombstone before beginning her 47 year relationship with his political rival, Wyatt Earp. The 75 year old Sadie or Josie she insisted on being called is a charming, controlling woman with a compulsion for gambling.

Wyatt and Josephine Sarah Marcus Earp are buried together in her family plot in the Hills of Eternity Jewish Cemetery in Colma, California. There headstone reads "... That nothing's so sacred as honor, and nothing so loyal as love!"


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About Terry Earp
Terry Tafoya Earp is a Playwright/Producer/Actress who began her writing career in 1988 and has since written 38 plays and 2 documentaries, 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 been performed 722 time throughout 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.
Since Terry’s accident she had 3 new plays published and produced and one documentary. Her play "Steve and Stevey” was turned in to a musical. Her latest endeavor is the documentary film "Before and After Quadriplegia”. It is centered on six Quadriplegics and how they have successfully reinvented themselves. The premier is scheduled for the fall of 2014, at the "Spinal Injury Association” "Empower Center"…
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Contact Wyatt Earp by email at: wyatt@wyattearp.biz