The Wooster Group: The B-Side

The show's full name is The B-Side: Negro Folklore From Texas State Prisons: A Record Album Interpretation, and it's an original performance based on an LP of work songs, spirituals, and toasts recorded in 1964 in Texas’ then-segregated prison farms. Presented by Eric Berryman, Jasper McGruder, and Philip Moore of NYC's nigh-on legendary Wooster Group, the production also provides context from the book Wake Up Dead Man: Hard Labor and Southern Blues by Bruce Jackson, the folklorist who recorded the album.
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Past dates: Through Jan. 29. Thu.-Sat., 7:30pm
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