"Tonight I'm up on stage, Robert Johnson number. I'm singing it and it hits me. Crossroads. That's where he'd go. He'd go to live at the crossroads"
"Stephen Jeffreys's wonderful new play, set in Mississippi, 1975, is a fairy story about an old blues singer; about resurrection, survival and nostalgia. But, as usual with this writer, there is more to it than meets the dewy eye... This is a tough, sensitive play about values and commitments, heads and hearts."Sunday Times
I Just Stopped By To See The Man Script
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A play about the myth surrounding an old blues singer, from the author of The Libertine.