Faculty of Design
“Go down go down you Knoxville girl, you can never be my bride.” Based on the folk song Knoxville Girl, as sung by the Louvin Brothers. She is killed by her lover, and thrown in the river, her ghost rises up to seek justice before she can rest peacefully.
“The Ramblin' Women re-imagines the stories of the women portrayed in folk ballads of old. By retelling their sometimes subtle, sometimes fatal (yet nonetheless pivotal) moments of agency, these...” [More]