HARD TRAVELIN' WITH WOODY Coming to Hollywood Fringe, 6/20-28
HARD TRAVELIN' WITH WOODY, the critically acclaimed multimedia solo show with the music and artworks of Woody Guthrie, written and performed by Randy Noojin, will perform as part of Hollywood Fringe at Theatre Asylum's Elephant Studio, 6320 Santa Monica Blvd, 90038 on Friday, June 20 @ 10pm, Saturday, June 21 @ 4pm, Monday, June 23 @ 8:30pm, Thursday, June 26th @ 10pm, Saturday, June 28 @ 5:30pm. Tickets are $15 or pay-what-you-can and can be purchased at HollywoodFringe.org, HFF14.org/1678 or at the door.
HARD TRAVELIN' WITH WOODY began its international tour soon after it became a critical and box office hit at its premiere at FringeNYC. Randy Noojin channels folk singer, activist Woody Guthrie, as he plays for a union meeting of striking mine workers. The show is packed with Woody's wit and humor, over a dozen of his greatest songs, and projections of his astonishing and rarely seen artworks.
The show is conceived, designed and performed by writer/performer Randy Noojin, whose plays have been commissioned and produced at Actor's Theatre of Louisville, Ensemble Studio Theatre, Southern Appalachian Repertory Theatre, the 45th Street Theatre, Bloomington Playwrights Project, and Circle Rep Lab. The film version of Noojin's play Unbeatable Harold premiered on Showtime starring Dylan McDermott, Phyllis Diller, Charles Durning, and Gladys Knight. He has acted widely in New York and regionally with Circle Repertory, La Mama, E.T.C., Circle-in-the-Square, Actors Theatre of Phoenix, Southern Appalachian Repertory Theatre and Mill Mountain Playhouse. His film and television work includes The Bench and Boardwalk Empire.