When Harvey Grossman, an indie rocker from Chicago, discovers authentic traditional folk and blues music, he is re-born as Winston Thomas, the self-styled 'greatest and most authentic folk singer of all time'. Winston plans a pilgrimage to Okemah, Oklahoma, birthplace of Woody Guthrie, but Bonnie, Winston's irate ex-girlfriend, and Harry, an IRS agent whom Winston believes is from HUAC, have other plans.
Did You Know?
'At Last, Okemah!' was originally a one-act play by young adult novelist Adam Selzer (The Smart Aleck's Guide to American History, I Put a Spell on You), written when he was still in high school in 1999. See more