The High Plains Chautauqua is a unique blend of history, theater, and the humanities. It’s part of a long-running tradition that President Theodore Roosevelt once called ‘the most American thing in America.’
A priest, a biologist, and Charles Darwin walk into a bar... That old yarn starts this brisk and entertaining conversation between Brian "Fox" Ellis; a Darwin Scholar, Father Jack Stapleton; minister of Trinity Episcopal Church, and Dr. Rob Reinsvold; Assistant Professor of Biology at the University of Northern Colorado.
High Plains Chautauqua is a unique blend of history, theatre and the humanities brought to life under a Chautauqua tent, giving audiences the opportunity to meet and engage with personalities from the past. This year’s theme is ‘Visionaries at Home and Abroad. ’