Woody Guthrie, America's great folksinger, saint-of-the-workingman and poet-of-the-people, plays for a union meeting of striking mineworkers in Oklahoma who are on the verge of caving to vigilante violence. NYTHEATRE.COM raves, "A constant delight, this is a great show for Guthrie fans and for those hearing these songs for the first time." THE HUFFINGTON POST says the show "Captures the spirit of Woody . . . solid, entertaining work."