Monday, March 22, 2010

Tonight: The Grapes of Wrath, at Carnegie Hall


Tonight I am attending Collegiate Chorale's concert of  The Grapes of Wrath, at Carnegie Hall. The music is by Ricky Ian Gordon and the libretto is by Michael Korie. 

Jane Fonda, Narrator
Nathan Gunn - Tom Joad
Victoria Clark - Ma Joad
Elizabeth Futral - Rosasharn
Sean Panikkar - Jim Casy
Peter Halverson - Pa Joad
Stephen Powell - Uncle John
Andrew Wilkowske - Noah
Steven Pasquale - Al
Christine Ebersole - Mae
Matthew Worth - Ragged Man/Connie/Truck Driver
Madelyn Gunn - Ruthie
Accompanied by American Symphony Orchestra, under the baton of Ted Sperling, Conductor

Edward Barnes, Producer
Eric Simonson, Director
Noah Himmelstein, Assistant Director
Frances Aronson, Lighting Designer
Wendall Harrington, Projection Designer

6 comments:

karigee said...
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karigee said...

(Sorry, typo earlier!)

Oh my goodness, have a marvelous time! Can't wait to hear about it -- and best wishes to our young important friend!

權選 said...

nice job! waiting for your new artical. ........................................

Sibyl said...

Did Korie change it from "Rose of Sharon," or was that a typo in the program?

Sarah B. Roberts said...

Hi Sibyl, Rose of Sharon is from the book; on the screen, the subtitles were written phonetically.

Anonymous said...

I went to see it...thought that Victoria Clark as ma Joad was amazing. Loved christine Ebersole as Mae. I thought the young boy, Alex Schwartz, had a beautiful voice. I wish he had more lines.