When: Nov. 9-18 2012
Songs and Writings by Woody Guthrie
Conceived, Adapted and Directed by Peter Glazer
Orchestrations and Vocal Arrangements by Jeff Waxman
Presented by the UC Berkeley Department of Theater, Dance, and Performance Studies
In 1933, Woody Guthrie begins a two-decade journey through America, witnessing the Great Depression, the dustbowl migrations, and a World War. Along the way, he learns the stories he’ll turn into his legendary songs about the beauty and struggles of this country. Follow him as he finds the voice he’ll lend to the American spirit, inspiring generations. Peter Glazer’s musical uses Guthrie’s own powerful words and over two dozen live songs. Featuring a cast of 15 singers, actors and musicians.
Tickets only $15!
($10 Students, Seniors, UC Faculty and Staff)
A post-show discussion with the cast will follow the Matinee on Nov. 11. Get your tickets online today!