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  Kermit Hunter - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Kermit Hounton Hunter (2 October 1910-11 April 2001) American playwright known primarily for writing outdoor historical dramas.
In 1947, Hunter decided to pursue graduate studies in the Department of Dramatic Arts at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
While enrolled, three of Hunter's plays were produced by the Carolina Playmakers, a dramatic group at the University.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Kermit_Hunter   (407 words)

 Kermit Hunter Papers Inventory (#3568)
Kermit Houston Hunter (1910-2001) was the author of 42 outdoor historical dramas.
Kermit Houston Hunter was born on 3 October 1910 in McDowell County, W.Va. He graduated from Ohio State University in 1931.
Hunter began to study playwriting seriously when he enrolled in 1947 at the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill for graduate work under Samuel Selden, chair of the Department of Dramatic Art and director of the Carolina Playmakers.
www.lib.unc.edu /mss/inv/htm/03568.html   (489 words)

 OA Online Sports   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
Kermit’s Gabby Saucedo finished with a game-high 107 yards and a TD on 17 carries, going over the century mark and sealing the win with an 8-yard run with 1:08 to go.
Kermit answered with a nine-play drive that Forga capped with a 3-yard sneak, and the Panthers’ next possession ended in a fumble at the Yellowjacket 14.
But Kermit punter Randy Castillo was stopped a yard short on a risky fake on fourth-and-4 from the 20, and Fort Stockton needed only four plays to get Jefferson’s 13-yard TD run with 2:08 left in the half.
www.oaoa.com /sports/sp091804b.htm   (1102 words)

 Annie Merner Pfeiffer Library -- WV Authors -- Kermit Hunter
Kermit Houston Hunter was born in McDowell County, WV, October 2, 1910.
Kermit Hunter enrolled in the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 1947 to pursue graduate work under Samuel Seldon, then-chair of the Department of Dramatic Art and director of the Carolina Playmakers.
Hunter remained at the University of North Carolina as an English instructor while working to complete a Ph.D. During this time, he wrote traditional drama and fiction, as well as more of the outdoor dramas that would make him famous.
www.wvwc.edu /lib/wv_authors/authors/a_hunter.htm   (612 words)

 Journal of American Indian Education-Arizona State University
The production, written by Dr. Kermit H. Hunter and incorporating the talents of 90 actors, dancers, and technicians, illustrates many of the problems which emerge from the collaboration between the pressures of historical fact and the necessities of dramatic fiction.
Hunter also consulted works by Grant Foreman at the University of Oklahoma, information supplied by Earl Boyd Pierce, recently a lawyer for the Cherokee, and several volumes on Oklahoma history.
The name Sarah was a common one at that time, and a woman of that name was mentioned in Hunter’s research, but she was not Watie’s niece, nor did she marry a Dennis Bushyhead.
jaie.asu.edu /v16/V16S2fac.html   (1958 words)

 Kermit Roosevelt -son of Theodore Roosevelt
There was, it seems, something about the young Kermit that TR recalled from many years before, in the years before his beloved brother became a full-blown addict enslaved by drink and drugs.
Kermit went on to Harvard, completing the standard four year course in a mere 2 1/2 years after accompanying his father on the African Safari.
Kermit accompanied his father on both the African safari in 1909, and again in 1914 for the exploration of the River of Doubt (renamed Rio Roosevelt) in the Amazon of Brazil.
www.theodoreroosevelt.org /life/familytree/Kermit.htm   (1153 words)

 KnoxNews: People   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
Hunter Hills Theatre Homecoming 2006 was a three-day event in Gatlinburg last weekend for the alumni of the theater.
The weekend also marked the 50th anniversary of the birth of Hunter Hills Theatre, built by the Mapleses in 1956 to be a "storyteller" of the history of Tennessee through a production called "Chucky Jack," written by Dr. Kermit Hunter, the playwright for whom the theater was named.
A telegram came from Dale Dickey, a Hunter Hills alum who has done Broadway, films and television, and couldn't attend because of filming a TV segment of "My Name Is Earl." She was represented by her mother, Missy Dickey, and brother Chuck.
www.knoxnews.com /kns/people/article/0,1406,KNS_313_4874983,00.html   (812 words)

 American Airguns Blog
I knew that shooting Hunter was going to be a completely different experience for me but I didn’t think it would be too bad since we shoot the hunter course at my home club.
He is a hunter at heart and his shooting and range skills really shown through at that match.
Hunter class was a real breath of fresh air and I think I am going to have to give it a try again in the future.
www.airguns.net /blog/2006_04_02_archive.html   (2188 words)

 Horn in the West Outdoor Drama in Boone, Western North Carolina
Dr. Hunter was an eloquent spokesman for the outdoor drama art form.
The Department of Landscape Architecture at (NC) State College was approached on the matter of designing the theatre by Samuel Selden, head of the Department of Dramatic art and Kermit Hunter author of "Horn in the West", both from UNC Chapel Hill.
As a whole the settlers, Dr. Hunter, and the Designers would have been proud of the community service, ecological and cultural preservation that Horn in the West and Daniel Boone Theatre foster.
www.horninthewest.com /history.htm   (826 words)

 The Smoky Mountain News   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
Playwright and poet Kermit Hunter penned “Unto These Hills” in the late 1940s as a graduate student at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
While Hunter set to writing a script, a theatre was carved out of the side of a mountain overlooking Cherokee.
Hunter had a prolific and prodigious career that included jobs ranging from piano playing for silent movies to managing the N.C. Symphony to administrating (he retired as Dean of the Meadows School of the Arts at Southern Methodist University).
www.smokymountainnews.com /issues/6_01/6_27_01/arts_hills_sidebar.shtml   (562 words)

 2004 Companies
Kermit Hunter, playwright; Peter MacBeth, composer; Michael Scialabba, general manager/director.
Kermit Hunter, playwright; Jack Kilpartick and McCray Hardy, composers; Barry Hipps, general manager; Peter Hardy, artistic director.
From the arrival in the Appalachians of Spanish explorer Hernando DeSoto in 1540 to the removal of the Cherokee Indians to Oklahoma along the tragic "Trail of Tears," this drama paints a vivid portrait of the Eastern Band of Cherokee and their brave leaders, Junaluska, Tsali and Sequoyah, who fought for survival.
www.unc.edu /depts/outdoor/auditions/companies.html   (1113 words)

 MS 2362: Kermit Hunter's Chucky Jack Script, 1956
Kermit Houston Hunter (1910-2001) graduated from Ohio State University in 1931; studied at the Julliard School of Music; and received his Ph.D. in 1955 from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Hunter taught English at UNC-Chapel Hill while completing his Ph.D. and drama at Hollins College in Virginia from 1955 to 1964.
From 1978 to 1993, Hunter was senior lecturer at the University of Texas at Arlington.
www.lib.utk.edu /spcoll/manuscripts/ms2362fa.html   (606 words)

 Remembering Farley Hunter Sheldon   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
Farley Hunter Sheldon was born in Roderfield, W. Va., and grew up in the town of Welch, where her father worked as a coal mine operator.
Her brother, Kermit Hunter became a well-known playwright, and later Dean of the School of Fine Arts at Southern Methodist University.
In 1965, while Hunter was starting high school at CRMS (Colorado Rocky Mountain School) in Carbondale, Farley made a career move and went to work for Los Angeles County, serving for many years as a researcher, counsel, and administrator.
www.rmi.org /sitepages/pid562.php   (1926 words)

 Sara Hunter Productions: Books
Big, across a crowded restaurant, she is too excited to pay any attention to her ever-loyal friend when he desperately tries to tell her she has whipped cream plastered to her nose.
When Miss Piggy drags her best buddy, Kermit, to the famous Cloud Nine restaurant to see and be seen, she, of course, makes a fool out of herself.
Through interviews with participants who spend long days commuting to an affluent suburb in pursuit of their education, the question: "Is it worth it?" is answered finally and resoundingly.
www.sarahunterproductions.com /books.html   (1616 words)

 HappyHippie.com Forums - RIP Hunter S. Thompson
DENVER, Colorado (AP) -- Journalist Hunter S. Thompson did not take his life "in a moment of haste or anger or despondency" and probably planned his suicide well in advance because of his declining health, the family's spokesman said Wednesday.
THERE were always way too many guns around at Hunter S. Thompson's farm in Woody Creek:.44 Magnums, 12-gauge shotguns, fl snubnosed Colt Pythons with bevelled cylinders,.22 calibre mounted machineguns.
Later, as a working journalist, he fired off reckless fusillades of words that were meant to shock and entertain and wreak collateral damage.
www.happyhippie.com /vb/showthread.php?p=6502   (1197 words)

 Rumsfeld’s Got It - Rachel Hunter Rates ‘Hot’ and ‘Not’ for New TV Show   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
TV show is one of many evaluated by former supermodel Rachel Hunter.
Hunter, who is one of the show's judges, ran down a list of who she thinks does and doesn't have sex appeal.
Hunter said she hopes she won't be compared to acid-tongued American Idol judge Simon Cowell — whom she termed "icky" and not hot — but she doesn't mind cutting contestants down to size.
www.freerepublic.com /focus/f-news/844446/posts   (1236 words)

 [No title]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
January 8, 2000 THE ODESSA AMERICAN (http://www.oaoa.com) Ida Hunter KERMIT — Ida E. Hunter, 90, of Kermit, owner of Dolly’s Diner, died Friday, Jan. 7, 2000, at Kermit Health Care Center.
Monday at Kermit Cemetery with the Rev. Jim Ray Brown officiating.
He was born in Giddings and was a resident of Kermit for 53 years.
www.rootsweb.com /~txwinkle/obits_txt/HUNTER_IDA010800.txt   (75 words)

 [No title]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
Beginning on Sept. 11, while the storm was in the mid-Atlantic, the WP-3D Orion hurricane hunter — nicknamed “Kermit” — and its twin aircraft, “Miss Piggy,” took turns flying into Isabel from St. Croix in the U.S. Virgin Islands.
In the spring, Kermit flew to the Midwest to study the formation of tornado-spawning thunderstorms.
Back in Tampa, at the end of a nine-and-a-half hour flight, the Kermit crew’s post-mission briefing ended with an award to flight director Tom Shepherd, who reached the 100 eyewall penetration mark.
www.armytimes.com /print.php?f=1-292925-2230403.php   (1552 words)

 OA Online Obituaries   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
Kermit Weldon Earl “Socks” Hunter, age 80, was born in Wichita Falls, Texas, on November 14, 1924.
He lived in Kermit, Texas, from 1947 until 1996, when he moved to Lubbock, Texas.
Hunter was predeceased by his father, George Allen “Pat” Hunter and mother, Lula Harrison Hunter; and two brothers, Lue Allen Hunter and Odell Hunter.
www.oaoa.com /obit/obits082305.htm   (736 words)

 Boone Area Chamber of Commerce
On June 22, Kermit Hunter's exciting family drama — Horn in the West — explodes onto the stage at the Daniel Boone Amphitheater in Boone for the 50th season.
The ageless drama tells the story of the settling of northwest North Carolina during the American Revolution.
Hunter's script; it's an exciting and universal story that is appealing to a broad audience.
www.boonechamber.com /?story=25   (472 words)

 Hunter Hills Theatre   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
Nestled in the Smoky Mountains near Gatlinburg, Hunter Hills was a 2,600 seat, Greek-style amphitheatre with seven stages.
Built in 1955 by R.L. Maples and his wife, Wilma, the theatre became the home of Kermit Hunter’s original drama, “Chucky Jack,” the story of Tennessee pioneer John Sevier.
In 1966, the Maples gave Hunter Hills Theatre to the University of Tennessee.
www.tennessee.edu /news/hunterhills.shtml   (349 words)

 Voodoo Gaming PC, Luxury PC, Notebook PC, Gaming Computers, Luxury Computers, Notebook Computers, Performance ...
That aside, I'm trying to clear Kermit's good name by getting him to do a performance...and not THAT kind of performance.
Kermit really only plays the guitar with any measure of skill, so piano concertos are kinda out of the question.
Don't know if Kermit's voice can handle Linkin Park style vocals, but maybe.
www.voodoopc.com /boards/messages.aspx?topic=19420&forum=6   (240 words)

 Family Services Funeral Parlor - Obituaries 2004 - Page 6
He is also survived by one Brother-In-Law: Raymond Hunter of Frederick, Okla; four Sister-In-Laws: Stella Franklin of Stamford, Texas, Vivian Pryor of Abilene, Texas, Cleadell Pryor of San Bernadino, Calif and Erma Lee Wooden of Barin Center, Michigan and numerous nieces and nephews.
of Kermit, Texas and Jose Garcia of Austin, Texas; Five Daughters - Janie Hernandez of Kermit, Texas; Christina Davila and Ramona Rodriguez, both of Lubbock, Texas; Mary Martinez of McCamey, Texas; and Delores Rivas of Monahans, Texas; One Brother - Blas Hernandez of Kermit, Texas; One Sister - Plasida Tenerio of Odessa, Texas.
Loren Keller "Lon" Steward, longtime resident of Kermit, went to be with the Lord on Wednesday, December 23, 2004 at Hospice House of Odessa.
www.fs-fp.com /obits0406.html   (3006 words)

 Amazon.com: African Game Trails: An Account of the African Wanderings of an American Hunter-Naturalist (Capstick ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
These showcase volumes will once again make available the true masterpieces of Africana to collectors, armchair hunters, sportsmen, and readers at large.The twenty-sixth president of the United States was also a world-renowned hunter, conservationist, soldier, and scholar.
Roosevelt describes the excitement of the chase, the people he met (including such famous hunters as Cunninghame and Selous), and flora and fauna he collected in the name of science.
Roosevelt's son, Kermit came along, taking photographs which are reproduced in the book.
www.amazon.com /exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/0312021518?v=glance   (1970 words)

 Florida Peacock Bass Fishing Guide Service .:: Hawghunterguideservice.com
David Elder and Kermit from WPB, Florida had a day to remember as they fished for Peacock Bass.
Kermit started thing off with boating a 3 Lb.
As we worked the edges, Kermit hit his second of the day, shortly after the David spotted a large Peacock working the banks and pitched a tube out in front of this "Hawg", and proudly landed a 6 Lb.
www.hawghunterguideservice.com   (744 words)

Chris Parsons, general manager of the Southern Appalachian Historical Association (SAHA), which produces “Horn in the West” and maintains the Hickory Ridge Homestead museum in Boone, has been trying to dispel rumors that the script changes have done away with some of viewers’ favorite characters.
Such characters include the British colonels Tarleton and Ferguson, who were combined to form the Col. Mackenzie character.
The original dated scripts are kept in the Appalachian State University library, and Parsons plans to make a visit to learn Hunter’s methods.
www.wataugademocrat.com /2005/0321web/horn.php3   (807 words)

 need help finding places to ride around midland? - Forums
The website www.txmud.com has several places to ride around the state.
Hunter, Have you been to the Kermit sand hills?
My buddies will be in Kermit 3-13 till 3-16.
www.texasatvs.com /forums/showthread.php?p=5134   (132 words)

 JAIE Abstracts - 1977
An essay retelling the making of Dr. Kermit H. Hunter's The Trail of Tears, an outdoor drama sponsored each summer since 1969 in Tahlequah, Oklahoma, by the Cherokee National Historical Society.
The author relates Hunter's most reliable source of history to be the Reports of the Bureau of American Ethnology to the Smithsonian Institute, written by James Mooney, which covers Civil War times to 1897.
Five fl and white photographs of the production are included (an additional photograph is on the cover of the January 1977 issue).
jaie.asu.edu /abstracts/abs1977.htm   (1335 words)

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