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THE WOODY SHOW

THE WOODY GUTHRIE STORY

Sunday, September 18, at 1 pm

Songwriter, folklorist, activist and longtime Theatricum friend Woody Guthrie is celebrated by members of the Geer family, Theatricum Company and special guests in this unique and engaging musical portrait of the self-described “rambling man from Oklahoma”. The show frames his life story with a variety of his songs, such as “Pastures of Plenty”, “Worried Man”, “Union Maid” and “This Land is My Land”, as well as incorporating selections from published and unpublished writings of this influential American artist. This concert boasts a unique aspect, given that just outside the theatre’s main stage entrance lies the quaint wooden structure where Guthrie stayed when visiting Will Geer, wife Herta, and their children and is affectionately known as “Woody’s Shack”.

Adults (in advance): $20
Adults (day of): $25
Children (5-15) $10
Under 5: Free

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SPECIAL EVENT!

At this concert, we will present this year’s “Will Geer Humanitarian Award” to the late, two-time Academy Award winning cinematographer, Haskell Weller.