Geff Moyer has written and directed theater in the Kansas City area for over thirty years, but it wasn't until he puffed up enough nerve to finally submit one to a publisher and, lo and behold, they took it. Then another publisher took one. Then another and another. Now, his scripts have been produced by hundreds of schools and theaters across the country, including Canada, Greece, Australia, and the United Kingdom. He has even had a book published entitled Billy Old, Arizona Ranger (based on a true story - Google it!), which has received excellent reviews on Amazon, Goodreads, and OnLine Book Club. Geff is a retired high school theater and creative writing instructor. He and his wife Cathy have three sons and two grand daughters.
8 m, 7 w, flexible extras
It's the late 1890s, and the little town of Astaire, Wyoming, ready to enter the new century as the "Paris of the Plains," has just elected the first female sheriff west of the Mississippi! Daisy Dandelion vows to bring about law and order with just a law book and "good ol' female common sense." The mayor, who's always looking at the “big picture," and his town council are holding a hoedown in honor of Daisy, who loves to dance. But this celebration is tap-dancing with trouble! One young woman, in a burst of defiance against husbands ruling the roost, encoura...