The story centers on a character named Frank, a nineteenth-century cowboy, and his travels through the Midwest after returning home from fighting in the Civil War. Frank then meets Buzz, a former slave, in a burned out church in Lawrence, Kansas and Ivory, in a saloon. Frank also runs into a childhood friend in the saloon, named Clare. Frank, Buzz and Ivory set out in search of the imaginary land of Dineh Bekeya.
At the time of his death, Mullins was in production for the official world première. He had asked Kevin Brocksieck  and Nicole Capri (of Tapestry Performing Arts) to rewrite the script and produce the show, set to première October 11 with McVicker in the leading role of Frank. After his death, Mullins' board and family asked that the première go on as planned with Brocksieck moving into the leading role (due to McVicker's extensive injuries from the September 19 crash). The première was directed by Nicole Capri with musical direction by Kevin Brocksieck.