Doc Holliday. Meet the man, not the myth. Written by Terry Earp, in collaboration with Doc Holliday’s closest living relative, Karen Holliday-Tanner, this play at Higley Center chronicles the West’s most famous dentist and his journey from being one who heals to one who “keals” (kills). Set in a Denver jail cell, where he has been placed into protective custody, Doc begins bantering with the other prisoners. You, the audience, are the other prisoners. This is the story Hollywood didn’t tell, performed by Wyatt Earp, great-grandnephew of THE Wyatt Earp.