And The Soul Shall Dance


"Two Japanese families--one still in thrall to an old culture, one adjusting to a new--work their farms in California in 1935.  The land is hard, the community is hostile, the Depression is upon them. All this, however, is incidental; the play is about the life and death of dreams."  

--John Corry (New York Times), "Press for 'And The Soul Shall Dance' (1979a)"[OBJ.1979.0133]