Floyd and Clea Under the Western Sky
Burnt out, living out of his Studebaker, former country-western star Floyd Duffner’s best days seem to be behind him. But when a 20 year-old feral beauty with an electrifying voice enters the picture, an unlikely friendship and musical partnership begins to blossom. A freewheeling musical journey from Montana to Austin (with a side trip to Hollywood), Floyd and Clea is a tale of sweet heartbreak, a parable about finding the strength, against all odds, to keep on keepin’ on.
Scenic Designer: David Korins
Costume Designer: Anne Kennedy
Lighting Designer: Chris Lee
Sound Designer: Ken Travis
Production Stage Manager: Emily N. Wells
Music Director: Jonathan Kreisberg
Photos of Mary Faber and David Cale by Joan Marcus.
A FEEL-GOOD STORY! A sweet, heart-warming, TOE-TAPPING EVENING.—Zachary Pincus-Roth, Newsday
MARY FABER’S VOICE COULD WARM UP WINTER. DAVID CALE’s performance lingers in the mind and has an unassuming presence that bursts with beauty all the same.—Mark Blankenship, Variety
JOE CALARCO’s production is a testament to the powers of old-fashioned stage presence. ITS SONGS ARE ITS GLORY.—Joy Goodwin, New York Sun