Arthur Hunt is a native Tennessean and lives in the greater Memphis area. He is a retired professor from the University of Tennessee at Martin where he taught public speaking courses and rhetoric for the Scholar’s Program. As an educator, he has taught speech, monologue performance, and storytelling on the college level. As an amateur actor, he has experience in both educational and civic theatre. As a Crockett enthusiast, he has done extensive research to offer an original and accurate depiction of Crockett. www.crockettstory.com
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Program Type: Arts Appreciation
Arthur Hunt offers an authentic characterization of Tennessee’s most famous volunteer, Davy Crockett. From Crockett’s youth, to his opposition against removing Native Americans from their tribal lands, to his departure to Texas, Hunt captures Crockett’s dress, voice, and mannerisms. “The Story of Davy Crockett as Told by Himself” is ideal for schools, libraries, state parks, special banquets, civic events, and church groups.
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