Mother Road

Showing:   October 07 - 31, 2021
Where: Lyceum Stage

Playwright: Octavio Solis

A CLASSIC REIMAGINED
By Octavio Solis
Directed by Sam Woodhouse

The mythic journey taken in John Steinbeck’s The Grapes of Wrath inspired this 21st century epic story of land and legacy. William Joad, the grandson of Tom Joad from Steinbeck’s novel, is in search of the last surviving descendant of the Joad family to bequeath the family farm in Oklahoma. William is shocked to find this descendant is the Mexican-American man Martín Jodes. The unlikely relatives confront their pasts as they ride to the future on Route 66 from California back to Oklahoma. As they travel the mother road they gather a diverse band of seekers who share their dream to build a new home together on the Joad farm. Playwright Octavio Solis, one of the most prominent Latinx playwrights in our country, shares his powerful story which explores the intersection of people and cultures in America today.
 
“Solis is now one of the best-known and most-produced Latinx contemporary playwrights in the U.S.” –American Theater Magazine

“A rich and powerful narrative that has a compelling unity” –Mail Tribune
Playwright: Octavio Solis
Director: Sam Woodhouse
Actor: Mark Murphey
Actor: Bradley James Tejeda
Actor: Sandy Campbell
Actor: Yadira Correa
Actor: Javier Guerrero
Actor: Jason Heil
Actor: Cedric Lamar
Actor: Celeste Lanuza
Actor: Ruben Rubio
Scenic and Production Design: Charles Murdock
Costume Design: Jennifer Brawn Gittings
Lighting Design: Chris Rynne
Music Composition and Sound Design: Paul James Pendergrast
Technical Director: Sam Moore
Master Electrician: Ashley McFall
Properties Supervisor: Zlatko Mitev
Dramaturgy: Danielle Ward
Dramaturgy: Rebecca Ojeda
Stage Manager: Shae Candelaria
Production Manager: Chelsea Smith
Casting Director: Kim Heil


BOX OFFICE

Phone: 619.544.1000
Email: boxoffice@sdrep.org
Hours: 12 p.m. — 6p.m. daily 

The Lyceum Theatres Box Office is currently closed, but our Box Office staff are available at the phone or email above. On days with an evening performance, the Box Office is available by phone until one hour prior to curtain time and the walk-up window is open 15 minutes after curtain time (late-seating is at the discretion of house management). 
 

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The Lyceum Cafe is currently closed due to COVID-19, in addition to the construction happening at Horton Plaza.

Enjoy our Lyceum Café on your next visit!

Our Lyceum Café opens an hour and forty-five minutes before curtain, and offers a menu of small bites, flatbreads, paninis and desserts, as well as a full bar featuring a special cocktail for each show.  Come early and try our new daily specials and to enjoy happy hour, which runs from an hour and forty-five minutes before curtain, to fourty-five minutes before curtain.  Click here for the menu.


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