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    The Book of MawMaw

  • Dates:
    10/7/2021, 10/8/2021, 10/9/2021, 10/10/2021, 10/14/2021, 10/15/2021, 10/16/2021, 10/17/2021
  • Time:
    2:00 PM
  • Admission:
    $20
  • Venue:
  • Location:
    1st Stage Tysons
  • Address:
    8350 Broad Street, Tysons, VA 22102
  • Phone:
    (703) 854-1856
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The Book of Mamaw
Written by Eugene Wolf, Directed by Susanne Boulle
October 7 - 17, 2021

The one-man-show with music chronicles Wolf's life growing up with his devout Church of Christ grandmother who recognized his love of performing when he was just two years old. Wolf has turned many of his unorthodox Appalachian childhood stories into a celebration of family and how music can be the tie that binds. 1st Stage is bringing the production last seen at Flying Anvil Theatre in Knoxville, Tennessee to Virginia to be a part of the festival. “The Book of Mamaw is storytelling at its best.” – The Bristol Herald Courier.

*Part of the Logan Festival of Solo Performance. All performances will take place at Boro Park (8350 Broad Street, Tysons, VA 22102)