A live performance with Richard Dworsky at Jones Hall
A live performance with Richard Dworsky at the Charles W. Eisemann Center
A live performance with Richard Dworsky at the New Jersey Performing Arts Center
New York City, NY
A live performance at the 92nd Street Y
A live performance with Richard Dworsky at the Holland Performing Arts Center
At the age of 75, I’m coming to realize that I may never know for certain what happened to Amelia Earhart and her navigator, Fred Noonan, on their round-the-world flight that disappeared in the South Pacific in July 1937. I have been in love with her forever and it’s painful to have no resolution, only the same old theories. Like Hansel and Gretel, who disappear into the woods and some think they got baked by the witch and others think they were deadly allergic to gingerbread containing glutens. I like to think Amelia was rescued by Howard Hughes and lived with him secretly at the Desert Inn in Las Vegas, had a child, and gave him up for adoption by my parents, John and Grace Keillor, in Anoka, Minnesota, but it’s a theory based on alternative facts and has been suppressed until now.