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"McDonald knows Guthrie. In a two-act, 100-minute presentation, he weaves together Guthrie's best-loved songs and some writings from Guthrie's autobiography, his novel, and his Daily Worker newspaper column. The piece from Guthrie's autobiography about him selling root beer during Prohibition almost sounds more like something out of Will Rogers or Mark Twain. McDonald channels this wry, compassionate man's wisdom without ever getting in the way, a refreshingly egoless performance by someone who remains as amazed by Guthrie as anyone." - Joel Selvin, The San Francisco Chronicle
Seating for concerts are on a first come first served basis. Unfortunately, incomplete parties cannot be seated. Some performances are only partially or even non-seated, so please arrive early and bring your printed confirmation and a valid ID to the venue. Doors open at 6:00PM. Your name will be on a list at the door. All seating is cabaret style; you may be seated at a table with other guests.
The venue is handicap accessible. The club is open to all ages. Shorts or tank tops are not encouraged. Please call the box office at 212-997-4144 for additional information.
There is a $10 per person Food & Beverage minimum