Productions
PO Box 464
Tombstone, AZ. 85638
Capturing the Dance, Drama and Music of the Turbulent 1880's in Tombstone, Arizona

info@glentivar.org
719.421.9109


Windwalker Productions is a dba of St Michaels Abbey, a not-for-profit with the mission to bring truth to an audience with subtle plays and musicals where the "moral of the story" is evident in the final act of the performances with little said.  We have chosen the 19th century Melodrama style for our productions  with mood music, acting, dancing and singing to communicate these long held American ideals and values.

Upcoming Original Shows begin in mid January, 2016
Locations to be announced soon!
Coming soon!
"Infamous Tombstone"
Original Dinner Show in the 19th Century Melodramatic Style


Presenting a new original dinner show with original music written locally
in a melodramatic comical style about the true and infamous history of Tombstone. Dinner show will be premiered at a location soon to be announced.  

This is the only show in town that reveals the most historical yet comical highlights from the founding of Tombstone right up to the gunfight in the OK Corral and the final resting place for many on Boot Hill.

Players are locally and internationally known as accomplished singers, dancers and actors.  The amazing stories you will be told in this great show include:

  1. The Founding of Tombstone
  2. Miner Seeks True Love
  3. Cowboy on the Prairie
  4. Ladies of the Birdcage Theatre
  5. Shootout near the OK Corral
  6. Texas Jack, Preacher, Lawman and Outlaw
  7. The Grim Reaper of Boot Hill
Dinner provides an entre' choice of one of two entre's with two sides and drink.  Entre' choice is made at the time of purchasing tickets either online or at the door.  More information about the show and making reservations will be made available on this web site very soon.  
     
Don't miss this amazing show and fine dinner when visiting Tombstone, Arizona.

Thanks

David Smith, Producer

Other Shows Being Written and Produced
by Windwalker Productions in Tombstone, AZ.

The Ghostly Tea Party

Possible Real Ghost encounters at a proper English Tea hosted in a 19th century Undertakers shop.  Ghost sensing equipment provided for this paranormal experience should ghosts decide to join you for tea.


Dr. Frank N. Stine
Tombstone Mortician


Join the Undertaker of Tombstone, the Dr. Frank N Stine for a comedy telling of how he has faced the multitude of Tombstone's dead with the favored and morbid process of preparing them for buirial.  Or.... perhaps he at times tries to get then to rise from the dead as his life-long experiment.  Be prepared to be 'grossed out' with the technioques of yester year and as the good doctor asks for volunteers to graphically demostrate the burial process to others in the arudience.    If he offers hamburger for a cheap price at the end of the show, do not accept it.  Come and find out why.

"Marionettes of 
Tombstone" Show



Children's Musical Matinee Show of their favorite fairy tale stories rewritten in the dialect of the Old West.  
"Apache Village" Show
(Dancing and Storytelling around a camp fire in the village)





Hear the story of the Apaches and Chief Cochise from their children who knew them best.  Dance and enjoy the story filled evening around an Apache Village camp fire.


"Arizona Rangers" Show


Learn how the Arizona Rangers saved Tombstone from the outlaws in a fast-paced rough horse riding historical show presented in an outside old town arena where anything could happen.  



What others are saying about the voice and music of David Smith....
  • "You have one of the most beautiful natural voices I have ever heard!"
  • "I am amazed at the range of your high tenor voice!"
  • "Your songs are very wonderful to listen to while dining."
  • "I just love your songs and music.  Do you have a CD?"
  • "Your singing with the harp sounds like an angel singing.  Wow!"
Beginnings
David grew up in Oregon and Hawaii on ranches in the high mountains playing Classical, Gospel. Celtic, Country Western, and Hawaiian music.  His mother descends from the Clan MacArthur and David spent his early adult years working and performing throughout Britain and the US.  After a degree in Dance, Drama and Music (High Honors) in writing and singing opera as a K-12 Certified Music and Theater Teacher and then a Masters in Education and another Masters in Computers.  This fusion of cultures and education became the melting  pot for his original American music that captures the true cowboy life of yesteryear

Music
David has written over 50  original American Troubadour ballads that he performs across America and overseas.  Now these songs are incorporated in Operas and Melodramas that reflect the turbulent period of the late 19th Century in Tombstone, Arizona.  

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