In this new musical, a young Texas woman and a homeless Native American man strike up an unexpected friendship. Directed by Emmy Award winner Don Scardino and starring Tony nominee Elizabeth A. Davis.
The progressive folk sound of the production weaves together acoustic instrumentation with strains of industrial pop. In this deeply fraught moment in our country, the show seeks to remind us proximity is power on the dirt road to healing. Based on a true story.
See it if You want to see a unique story that is relevant to what is happening in the world today. At the same time it is highly entertaining
Don't see it if You want huge sets and rehashing of a movie from the 80's and 90's
See it if you're interested in how an individuals choices shape their worldview, want to see something in development, like bluegrass music.
Don't see it if you like ensemble pieces, one-acts, or can't see to the heart of a story without being led there.
See it if to see & hear multitalented ensemble conjure poignant tale of a damaged, proud, angry soul who affects many. Such a committed upbeat cast!
Don't see it if you want a by-the-numbers score. Segues felt spontaneous w/ actors switching instruments effortlessly. Lyrics sometimes drowned out.
See it if you like country rock music. You are interested in racism. You like stories of transformation
Don't see it if you are in the mood for serious drama. YOu are turned off by liberal white guilt
See it if You like plays about the human condition that comes to life with a talented cast of good singers and musicians.
Don't see it if You don’t like bluegrass music or small theater. The music, however was very enjoyable
See it if You want to see a delightful, refreshing musical with a nice message about compassion and unity.
Don't see it if You don’t like country music, or want a Broadway style production with an elaborate set.
See it if you'd like to see/hear a talented ensemble. The actors are fine singers and musicians as well.
Don't see it if bluegrass music is not for you. It's not the kind of music you hear in a theater very often.
See it if If you love (or, at least, are open to) a musical set to bluegrass music. In addition, the play was interesting, well acted, and insightful.
Don't see it if You dislike bluegrass, and aren't interested in plays which highlight the racism and stereotyping that is common even among "good" people.
See it if Enjoy a country road trip with Country bluegrass music in the background. The lead actress is a very talented performer, attuning the audien
Don't see it if Country music puts you to sleep. Sometimes the plot appears weak and slow, especially when Joe is talking, he should work on his performance