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Casey chose the Road not taken. In his travels, he found peace with the Rainbow Family. But, 12 years ago, Casey vanished. Explore Casey’s story, as told by his sister Wendy Berry, with original music by Scott Hatfield and Blake Jones.

Veni Vidi Vici

3/6/20    6:45pm
3/7/20 5:30pm

Studio 74

3/13/20    7:00pm
3/14/20 3:00pm

There are 8 Comments on this post

  1. Lorie Ham
    9 months ago

    Learn more about this show by checking out their article in Kings River Life, it is together with some other Rogue show preview articles https://kingsriverlife.com/02/29/5-rogue-shows-from-local-performers/

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  2. Melanie
    9 months ago

    Bring tissue and hug your loved ones.

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  3. Maureen
    9 months ago

    Good, brave storytelling with emotional accompanying original songs. I really liked the show.

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  4. Elysia Patrick
    9 months ago

    This show was incredible. Bring tissues!

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    1. Deon Vogt
      9 months ago

      True, sad, very well done presentation. The music was great and really added to the emotional impact.

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  5. Lori Williams
    9 months ago

    I don’t have the right words to describe this show. Wendy has the words, I don’t. It is so heartfelt and sad, but it is not a show about sadness. Or anger. Or injustice. Or longing. It contains the humor that one can only share with a sibling. It is about all of that. Go to this show to experience for what I do not have words. You will thank Wendy that you got to be there.

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  6. Inga Minton
    9 months ago

    Wendy’s pure, honest, and stripped-down public encounter with her feelings, leaves one sometimes breathless, and sometimes tearful. The whole performance blends so beautifully with the live music, and the audience may relax and partake in this dance of grief. Beautiful! I am so grateful to have witnessed this performance! Thank you Wendy!

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  7. Ron Martin
    9 months ago

    This show is a sort of funeral service that Casey has not had, complete with music composed memorializing him, loving composed and sung by Scott Hatfield with Blake Jones. It is a story of a good hippie murdered by a bad hippie. It is sad that Casey’s sister’s investigations for his remains have yeilded nothing yet, and that police are unwilling to investigate a murder without having a body–which may still be alive if he escaped and stayed away, but that isn’t likely.

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