THE ARKANSAS TRAVELER MEETS THE MULLA NASRUDIN: An Evening With Howie Lester, Episode 1
In the spirit of a Gypsy campfire, a Turkish coffee house, a Greek Hash house, and a New Mexican Matachine, these stories with music include: "My Father’s Violin," "Learning a tune from the son of a slave," "and "The Great Topanga Fire." The Arkansas Traveler meets the Mulla Nasrudin, etc. with songs from Blues, Gypsy, Klezmer, Cajun, and Appalachian roots traditions – sometimes all at the same time.
- Length: 65 Minutes
- Tickets: Not Required
- Access Type: On Demand
- Platform: Vimeo
- Genre: Music
- Production Company: Howard Lester
- Website: Visit
- Sponsor: RIT
Please note, like other fringe festivals around the world this year, our Virtual Fringe features open-access online shows that are not curated by Rochester Fringe. We strive to be an open platform, as performing artists have limited options during this unusual time. Show applications were reviewed to ensure appropriateness and alignment with Fringe's ideals of openness and inclusion.