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Dramaworks Explores Enduring Relevance of a Plains Populist
Woody Guthrie’s American Song is most decidedly a people’s musical, at least in its vivifying production at Palm Beach Dramaworks is more of a communal hoedown with Guthrie’s music as the soundtrack. Even the songs about poverty, death and hard living hide notes of hope, if we can only come together to find them.
Posted in Performances, Reviews Tagged Bruce Linser, Cat Greenfield, Don Noble, Jeff Raab, Julie Rowe, Sean Powell, Woody Guthrie's American Song Leave a comment