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The Grapes of Wrath archiveThe epic story of the Joads journey across America is both a moving family saga and an extraordinary evocation of rural life during the Great Depression. Returning home from prison after killing a man in a drunken brawl, Tom Joad finds his family about to join the great exodus from the Oklahoma Dust Bowl. Like thousands of others, the Joads have their farm repossessed by the bank after the crops fail yet again. Now, three generations of the Joad family are left with no choice but to pile all their worldly goods onto a broken down truck and head west on Route 66, refugees in their own country. Held together by their indomitable matriarch, Ma Joad, they make for California, lured by tales of unlimited work and prosperity amidst the fruit groves and vineyards. Instead, their hopes and dreams - and lives - are shattered by what they find. Steinbeck s Pulitzer Prize-winning masterpiece is one of the greatest celebrations of the dignity and the endurance of the human spirit ever written. Famously filmed by John Ford, with Henry Fonda as Tom.
Performers Ben Bland (Connie), Daniel Booroff (Noah), Brendan Charleson (Casy), Charlie Folorunsho (Pa), Shiv Jalota (Al), Jim Kitson (Uncle John), Pamela Merrick (Granma/Elizabeth Sandry), Amy Molloy (Rose of Sharon), Harry Napier (Actor/Musician), Alexander Newland (Muley/Ma Going Back/Narrator), Heronimo Sehmi (Grampa), Andre Squire (Tom Joad), Julia Swift (Ma).
Book by John Steinbeck. Producer Nottingham Playhouse. Producer Nuffield Southampton Theatres. Producer Royal and Derngate Northampton. Producer West Yorkshire Playhouse. Adapted by Frank Galati. Director Abbey Wright. Director Scott Hurran (JMK assistant director). Design Laura Hopkins. Musical Director Matt Regan. Music Matt Regan. Lighting Nigel Edwards. Sound David Gregory. Director John Ross (movement director). Director Ruth O'Dowd (casting director). Director Philip D'Orleans (fight director). Stage Manager Ian Slater.

The Grapes of Wrath

The Grapes of Wrath (Play) production archive for QTIX code T1952919419. Details of all The Grapes of Wrath archived productions can be found under the QTIX code: S1062603960

Archive Listings

24 May 17
to
10 Jun 17
Leeds Playhouse (formerly West Yorkshire Playhouse)
Leeds
West Yorkshire
9 May 17
to
20 May 17
Royal & Derngate
Northampton
Northamptonshire
28 Mar 17
to
8 Apr 17
Playhouse
Nottingham
Nottinghamshire
28 Mar 17
to
8 Apr 17
Playhouse
Nottingham
Nottinghamshire
6 Mar 17
to
11 Mar 17
NST Campus
Southampton
Hampshire
6 Mar 17
to
25 Mar 17
NST Campus
Southampton
Hampshire

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