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From Dust Thou Art
By Peter Grego; Adapted from the Oral History Collection of the California Odyssey Project
Directed by Mandy Rees
Thursday-Saturday, November 6, 7 & 8 at 8pm
Sunday, November 9 at 2pm
$10 General Admission
$8 Seniors (60+)/CSUB Faculty & Staff
$5 Students with Identification
California was the “promised land,” and those who left the devastation of the Dust Bowl could not wait to arrive, though their dreams of a better life were soon dashed. It is an incredible journey filled with struggle and heartbreak, but ultimately it is a celebration of the human spirit. Adapted from oral histories, From Dust Thou Art tells the story of these resilient people in their own words.
Part of the 75th Anniversary Celebration of Steinbeck’s classic novel, The Grapes of Wrath. Photo courtesy of California Odyssey: Dust Bowl Migration Archives.
Box Office opens one hour prior to each performance and takes cash and checks only. We do not take credit cards. For a reservation, call (661) 654-3150 starting October 27th.
"Studying at the CSUB Theatre Department allowed me to experiment with projects and roles that shaped the actor I am today. They gave me space and tools to create art —regardless of size and scope — always encouraging creativity, spontaneity and hard work. I was lucky to have what I did in the theatre program at CSUB and continually draw on my time there for inspiration."
Jeff Lepine, Artistic Director of The Peoples Improv Theater, NYC
Come Study With Us!
CSUB Theatre can offer you the following:
- small class sizes allowing individual attention from dedicated, experienced faculty
- opportunities to perform, design, direct, stage manage
- a lively production program including a Theatre for Young Audiences tour and Theatre of New Voices—a new play festival
- training in acting, design, directing, creative dramatics
- a solid foundation in theatre history, literature and script analysis
We take pride in turning out well-rounded members of the theatre community.