In his final concert, an old folksinger confronts his troubled past, his legacy, and death itself with five instruments, square-dance calls, and dirty jokes in this haunting, heartfelt hootenanny. This tour-de-folk operetta addresses the faded and sometimes problematic legacy of American folk culture.
Winner of Best Show at the Orlando Fringe, 2017.
***** —CBC, Winnipeg & KC Applause
“Powerful ... Worth seeking out.” —Washington Post
“[A] manifestation of the current Renaissance of Americana.” —Chelsea Now
“Hauntingly beautiful and stunningly enchanting.” —Cincinnati City Beat