Embark on a musical journey with “A Walking Tour of the Wild Questions” on Saturday, March 11, at 7:30 p.m., in the Dorothy Menker Theater at Moraine Valley Community College. General admission tickets are $25; $20 for students and senior citizens.

Songwriters David Wilcox and Carrie Newcomer explore heart-opening questions in a friendly, lively format of story and song. The audience will hear new and signature songs, as well as the artists’ own stories of how asking particular questions has informed their lives and work.

The show has been called a “life-giving experience that celebrates the questions that challenge, expand and inspire us.”

Questions they examine through their songs include: What do I love? What sustains me? Is there still anything sacred in the world? When I am present, what do I see? What is the nature of suffering, wonder and hope?

Wilcox has created more than 18 albums with songs that have been covered by k.d. lang and many other artists. He is a winner of the prestigious Kerrville Folk Festival New Folk Award and was signed with A & M Records.

Newcomer has been listed as one of “the 50 most influential folk musicians of the last 50 years” by Chicago’s WFMT and was honored by the Indiana State Senate and House for special achievements in the arts. Newcomer has toured India as a cultural ambassador for the American Embassy and has nationally and internationally facilitated workshops on songwriting, spirituality and vocation at colleges, universities, spiritual communities, and retreat centers.

Tickets can be purchased at the Box Office in the Fine and Performing Arts Center on campus or online.