Performed: 19-23 October 1994; Frank Galati's "The Grapes of Wrath" is the story of the hard working Joad family of Oklahoma farmers. The Joads symbolize the suffering of the working class in an oppressive capitalist society. The play was directed by Lewis Freddy Clements, sets by Carlton Ward, and costumes by Joyce Tate. This item is contained within the Theatre & Film Production Archive.
This performance was held in the Ernest Stone Performing Arts Center Theatre.
- Tracey Gamble -- Tom Joad
- Terry Gosdin -- Jim Casy
- Tracy Higgins -- Rose of Sharon
- Andrew Williams -- Connie Rivers
- Allison Graydon -- Elizabeth Sandry
- Jason St. John -- Al Joad
- Leslie Bailey -- Ruthie
- Betty Jeanne Gosdin -- Ma Joad
- David White -- Pa Joad
- Jessica Geron -- Grandma
- Robert Vance -- Grandpa
- Chris Dempsey -- fiddle
Is Part Of
The original items are located in the Library’s Alabama Gallery Special Collections.
Jacksonville State University -- History, College students -- Alabama, Jacksonville State University -- Students, College and school drama
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