Written and performed by Randy Noojin
October 12-14, 2017
Thursday through Saturday at 7:30 p.m.
$20-$35 | students $12

Pete Seeger, America’s most beloved folksinger/activist, plays a multimedia benefit concert in Washington, D.C. advocating free speech in Cuba using his greatest folk songs to tell of his personal battles for free speech in America, and how a sailboat helped clean up the Hudson River. From the creator of Hard Travelin’ with Woody.

“Pete Seeger may have been taken from us over two years ago, but Randy Noojin brings him so much to life in his solo show it seems as if the great singer and activist never died. Seeger… should not be missed by anyone who loves Seeger or good music or our right and duty as Americans to stand up for justice.” TheaterLife

“Playing a banjo and singing 15 Pete Seeger songs, Noojin disappears into Seeger’s persona and whisks us back and forward in time through the American 20th Century.” Curtain Up

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Category: Music, On Stage, Theater

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