Eugene Wolf's THE BOOK OF MAMAW Comes To Barter Theatre
Eugene Wolf first joined the Barter Theatre's Resident Acting Company in 1997. He has since been in countless Barter productions throughout his career, making him one of Barter Theatre patrons' most beloved performers. He has been a member of the country-singing duo, The Brother Boys for 30 years and appeared on albums with Jerry Douglas, Dolly Parton and Alison Krauss.
Wolf was raised by his grandmother, Bernice Radar, the inspiration behind his life story, "The Book of Mamaw." A seed was planted in me at birth and cultivated through my youth by my grandmother. This show is the flower of spirit that blossomed from it," said Wolf. Bernice recognized his love of performing at the early age of two and encouraged him to follow his dreams. This one-man show is dynamic in its use of stories, songs, and sketches. Wolf is heartfelt yet hilarious as he illustrates life growing up with Mamaw.
"Book of Mamaw" is made possible by Sam and Jan Hurt.
To purchase tickets, please visit bartertheatre.com or call 276-628-3991. Tickets for all performances of "Book of Mamaw" begin at just $18.
About Barter Theatre
Barter Theatre, the nation's longest running professional theatre, is located in Abingdon, Virginia. The theatre opened in 1933 during the Great Depression. Founder Robert Porterfield offered patrons admission to the theatre by bartering food and livestock. Barter Theatre was designated as the state theatre of Virginia in 1946. It exists today as one of the last year-round professional resident repertory theaters remaining in the United States. Barter Theatre is funded in part by The Virginia Commission for the Arts and The National Endowment for the Arts.