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Celebrating Woody Guthrie in Framingham

The inspiration for Canadian actor Thomas Jones creating his prize-winning one-man show about Woody Guthrie, “Woody Sed,” originated with a chance comment in an e-mail from a friend.

“My friend saw a PBS documentary on Woody Guthrie in 2006 and mentioned that it would be a great topic for a live show. I went straight to a used-book store, bought a copy of Guthrie’s biography, ‘Ramblin’ Man,’ and started reading,” Jones said.

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