Mr. Lemin - Oklahoma History - Moore High School




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About Mr. Lemin


    This is my 26th year as an educator. I taught World History for 17 years

and this is my ninth year teaching Oklahoma History.

    In 2007, I portrayed President Theodore Roosevelt at the State of Oklahoma's Centennial Celebration

in Guthrie. I researched, wrote, and performed a short speech for an audience that included

Governor Brad Henry and First Lady Kim Henry, Lieutenant Governor Jari Askins,

members of the State Supreme Court, and a special joint session of the Oklahoma State Legislature.


    In 1989, during the centennial of the Land Run, I also appeared in Episode Three of the

OETA mini-series "Oklahoma Passage," which follows a fictional Cherokee family

from their homeland in Georgia through the Trail of Tears and resettlement in Indian Territory.

I will show my scenes in my classes during the appropriate chapter.


    I am a graduate of the University of Arizona (1976) with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Theatre

and a minor in History. I have been an actor, director, playwright, and producer for

more than 50 years and have appeared in or directed more than 150 productions in

Arizona, Texas, and Oklahoma. I have written four children's theatre adaptations,

all of which have been produced at multiple colleges and community theatres

around the state of Oklahoma.