Wednesday, August 29, 2018

CALLING ALL FOLKIES: “SEEGER” TO PLAY ONE NIGHT ONLY IN WEEHAWKIN, SEPTEMBER 15

Hudson Theatre Works One Night Only Benefit

Randy Noojin's

Seeger —A Multi-Media Show

WHEN: September 15, 2018, @ 8PM
WHERE:
80 Hauxhurst Street, Weehawken, NJ 07086
TICKETS: $50.00
TICKETS ARE TAX DEDUCTIBLE!
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Hudson Theatre Works presents Seeger, a critically-acclaimed multimedia solo show, about America's beloved folksinger, Pete Seeger. Spend an evening with Pete as he plays a benefit concert.  Where he uses a dozen of his signature songs, including "If I Had a Hammer," "Where Have All the Flowers Gone?," "Turn! Turn! Turn!," We Shall Overcome" and "Guantanamera" to tell the story of his awakening as an activist, and his struggles with the blacklist during the McCarthy-era.

CLICK HERE TO WATCH THE TRAILER

I was blown away when Randy Noojin came on stage and effectively resurrected Pete Seeger. Not only is Noojin a dynamite folk singer who performs around a dozen Seeger classics, he's written a brilliant script that perfectly captures the spirit, personality, and passions of Pete Seeger. - Hyreviews.com

Noojin disappears into Seeger's persona and whisks us back and forward in time through the American 20th Century. Anybody who is a Seeger fan should make a bee-line for where this song-fest is humming. - CurtainUp.com

Should not be missed by anyone who loves Seeger or good music or our right and duty as Americans to stand up for justice. - TheatreLife.com

Your ticket helps Hudson Theatre Works continue it's commitment to low-price tickets.  Which make it possible for everyone to experience first-rate live performance on a regular basis.  Our Affordable Ticket Initiative has helped us to share work we believe in with a growing, engaged community.

We are dedicating our 2018-2019 Season to the memory of our dear sister and company member Heather Sabella.

We are proud members of the New Jersey Theatre Alliance and our season is supported by Actor's Equity, UBS Financial, Univest Foundation, Walmart, Hudson County Cultural Alliance, Campbell Foundation and Mayor Richard Turner and the City of Weehawken