Evocative period music weaves through Polk County, which charts the passions and poetry of sawmill camp workers deep in the woods of central Florida - their loves and loyalties, their brawls and betrayals. Authentic and joyous, it's a deeply affectionate portrait of a bayou people and the musical ties that bind them. McCarter Theatre Center, In association with Berkeley Repertory Theatre, presents this work by Zora Neale Hurston and Dorothy Waring as adapted by Kyle Donnelly and Cathy Madison. Featuring original music and music direction by Chic Street Man. Kyle Donnelly directs.