Noah Racey is one of Broadway’s top song-and-tap dance men, but his story is anything but 42nd Street. The rhythm of his life was set by drum circles in a commune in the Pacific Northwest where his woke and pioneering parents raised their kids. All that freedom gave Noah and his sisters permission to do, say and be what they want—but free love has unintended consequences when children are around. Using the humor and charm he honed on Broadway—not to mention his astonishing tap dancing!—and supported by a pianist and percussionist performing a contemporary jazz score created for this story, Noah explores the competing needs each of us has for freedom and for safety.
A Play with Music by Noah Racey
Friday, March 31st at 7pm
Saturday, April 1st at 7pm
Sunday April 2nd at 2pm