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DetailsBig White Fog
is set in Chicago between 1922 and 1933 and follows the journey of members of the Mason family and the pursuit of their own ideological beliefs, as they steer a course through post WW1 racism and the Great Depression. Supported by wife Ella, Vic's loyalty is to Marcus Garvey's separatist Back to Africa campaign, while his brother-in-law Dan is committed to the American Dream, believing that the black community European premierePerformers Tony Armatrading (Daniel Rogers), Lenora Crichlow (Claudine), Jenny Jules (Ella), Novella Nelson (Martha Brooks), Danny Sapani (Victor Mason), Ayesha Antoine (Caroline), Martin Barrow (Patrolman), Aaron Brown (Nathan Piszer), Clint Dyer (Percy Mason), Tunji Kasim (Lester), Al Matthews (Count Strawder), Gugu Mbatha-Raw (Wanda), Susan Salmon (Juanita), Nathan Stewart-Jarrett (Older Phil/Count Cotton), Gynn Sweet (Bailiff), Tony Turner (Marks/Lieutenant).
Author Theodore Ward. Producer Almeida Theatre. Director Michael Attenborough. Design Jonathan Fensom. Lighting Tim Mitchell. Sound John Leonard.
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