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A First-Person History Lesson

by Richard Warren


August 19-28 2022

Featuring Keath Hall

Presented by Ronin Theatre Company. Featuring local  Arizoni winning actor Keath Hall. William F. Cody, better known as Buffalo Bill, did more to popularize the American Wild West than any other person. Made famous by dime novelist Ned Buntline, Cody used his innate gift of self-promotion to capitalize on a reputation as an army scout, American Indian fighter and buffalo hunter. This one-person performance gives you a backstage pass to the origins of his reenactment rodeo: Buffalo Bill’s Wild West show!

Tickets are $20.00 Reserved Seating

(Stage Left seats are elevated if you have trouble with steps we recommend purchasing seats in Row A or B.)


Friday August 19 7:00pm

Saturday August 20  4:00pm

Saturday August 20 7:00pm

Sunday August 21 4:00pm (Audience talk back after performance)

Friday August 26 7:00pm

Saturday August 27 4:00pm

Saturday August 27 7:00pm

Sunday August 28 4:00pm


Keath Hall (Buffalo Bill Cody)

Keath Hall is so happy that Stage Left Productions is having Ronin Theatre Company back to produce another show in this awesome space, you may have seen the production of Henry V that Keath directed here last year. Originally from San Diego, Keath has a BA in History from San Diego State University and an MA in Literature from Northern Arizona University. He has worked as an Actor, Director, Fight Choreographer and Technician across the country for the last 20 years. Under the direction of Lee Cooley last year, Keath won the Arizoni Award for Best Performance  for the one-man show Orson Welles. Most recently Keath played Prospero in William Shakespeares' The Tempest for Southwest Shakespeare Company. Keep your schedule open as Keath will be directing The Taming of The Shrew outdoors this December at the Irish Cultural Center in downtown Phoenix. Thanks always to his wonderful supportive wife Erika. Also to Lee who is the foundation of this show.