September 05, 2015

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Highlights from The Grapes of Wrath at the Stratford Festival

Stratford Shakespeare Festival presents Frank Galati's Tony Award-winning adaptation of the John Steinbeck novel about a family's harrowing Depression-era trek from the "Dust Bowl" of Oklahoma to the promised land of California. Directed by Stratford general director Antoni Cimolino, the production runs in repertory through Oct. 29 at the festival's proscenium venue, the Avon Theatre, in Stratford, Ontario. For more information, visit stratfordfestival.ca.








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