Something wonderful’s taking root in our theater. It’s not only the amazingly timely and timeless musical biodrama of Woody Guthrie’s life and times, Woody Sez. It’s more. It’s the way we’re moving from one splendidly realized show to the next. Something so satisfying about the way this current season’s unfolding. Although, to confess, as we go from show to show and strength to strength, it doesn’t feel all that different from last season’s hop-scotching from one great production to the next. But then again, I’m not impartial. I’m invested in everything! But everything can’t be wonderful always, can it? (Though that’s what we strive for!) So I ask, what might you be thinking of how our season’s been unfolding; has it really been so uncommonly good? Or is it business as usual at the theater? How special is Woody Sez, or am I just especially susceptible, in these days after the Hurricane, with its uncanny resonances to the Dust Bowl; in these days of intense economic hardship for so many, coupled with uncommonly divisive fissures in our society. Woody’s speaking loud and clear to me. Well, I’m eagerly awaiting your comments.