Honky Tonk Highway


Richard Berg

Published by Samuel French Inc

4 Male 1 Female

Here is the story of country western singer Clint Colby, told through the autobiographical songs he wrote and made world famous. It takes place in 1970 at Tucker's roadhouse in the Tennessee mountains, where Clint's astonishing career began

His backup band, the Mountain Rangers, has put old wounds behind them to reassemble for a one time reunion concert to pay tribute to Clint on the anniversary of his death. Whoever puts on Clint's famous baby blue cowboy hat "becomes' Clint as the action flashes back to relive his rise and fall and to celebrate the way he turned their lives into songs

Cast members play their own instruments; use of a back up band is optional. The sparkling score is by the award winning composer of Opal

"Thoroughly enjoyable... Run, don't walk" ~ Backstage

"There's something for everyone in this toe tappin', two steppin' show! Ya'll come!" ~ Theatre Week Magazine

"A delight from start to finish ... Not to be missed" ~ WHCY Radio, N.Y

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