The world of legendary folksinger Paul Clayton comes to life onstage as a musical Wikipedia page. When Bob Dylan arrived in Greenwich Village in 1961, Paul Clayton was the most recorded young folk singer in America. A smitten Clayton took Dylan under his wing only to be left alone and heartbroken when Dylan rose to fame and fortune. Their tumultuous friendship wrought with plagiarism, betrayal, and unrequited love is beautifully explored in this folk-infused, myth-shattering new musical chronicling the life of the folk music legend and the music that influenced him.
by Larry Mollin
2F | 4M
1 hr, 35 Mins
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