Daily Archives: May 26, 2007
At Walter Reed, he treats amputees, soldiers with brain and spinal injuries from battles in Iraq and Afghanistan
WASHINGTON – When the Army doctor walked into the musty hospital room, the patient, strapped in a neck brace, eyed his uniform, looking for the patch on the right shoulder that would signify that the doctor, too, had been in combat.
But Dr. Brandon Goff doesn’t have one. He’s never been to war. War comes to him.
An audience gathers on a warm Friday evening in May inside the cramped Scottsdale studio of Arizona Women’s Theatre Company for a staged reading of new plays.
The star of the hour is Terry Earp, the Valley theater icon best known for historical stage plays performed by husband Wyatt Earp — great-nephew of the Old West lawman — and herself.
The work of hers they’re doing isn’t new: It’s almost 15 years old, a one-act divorce comedy called “Coralee’s Epiphany.”