Category: The Grapes of Wrath (1)
Government versus union, natural disasters damaging the economy, people going hungry and living on the streets…sounds like the front page of the New York Times on any given day. What it also sounds like is the new Montclair State University production of The Grapes of Wrath.
Whoa, wait a minute—you mean that old-as–Larry King book they made you read back in high school? That’s the one. The 1930s John Steinbeck classic was adapted for stage by Frank Galati in 1988, and it is now playing at the Alexander Kasser Theater from March 9th through the 12th. While the theatrical material may be drawing from a 1930s novel, you might be surprised to learn that the content is just as relevant today as it was when first published. Read more »