The lights dim, the old muslin map unrolls, and the theatre seems to smell of sage, thunder, and gunpowder as the man in the tall boots steps forward across the years to tell his story. Marvin Payne, as pioneer scout John Brown, a role he played all through the pioneer sesquicentennial year in the play "The Trail Of Dreams," weaves together true and tender tales with a rackety banjo song that recalls the sounds that echoed along the pioneer trail in his one-man show "Trailsong." There were seventy-thousand Mormon pioneers, and seventy-thousand colors of heartbreak, joy, and laughter. John Brown remembers. Old and young, bring your imaginations!