Road-Trip Musical From Once's Elizabeth Davis
In these deeply divided times, family is more important than ever -- but sometimes your chosen family is the one that really matters. Tony nominee Elizabeth Davis (Once) draws on the unlikely friendship she found with Joe, a Choctaw man, in creating the new musical My Name's Not Indian Joe, directed by Emmy winner Don Scardino (30 Rock). Liz has a syndrome. Joe has a disease. Neither knows they're sick, but when they set out from Waco to New York City, they find a unique bond. Set to a progressive folk score, this original musical shows that maybe "home" isn't a place, but the people you surround yourself with. Take the journey at the Davenport Theatre.
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