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    Mother Road
    By Octavio Solis
    Generously sponsored by
    Linda Stafford Burrows, Ron & Mary Nanning, Dee Ringstead
    Mother Road
    March 10 - 27, 2022
    Severson Theatre, Santa Maria
    Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat
    Mar. 10
    7pm
    pre
    Mar. 11
    7pm
    pre
    Mar. 12
    7pm
    open
    Mar. 13
    1:30
    Mar. 14 Mar. 15 Mar. 16
    1:30
    Mar. 17 Mar. 18
    7pm
    Mar. 19
    1:30
    7pm
    Mar. 20
    1:30
    Mar. 21 Mar. 22 Mar. 23
    1:30
    Mar. 24 Mar. 25
    7pm
    Mar. 26
    1:30
    7pm
    Mar 27
    1:30
    Octavio Solis’ visionary play, inspired by John Steinbeck’s The Grapes of Wrath, picks up 90 years after Steinbeck’s masterpiece. This timely sequel takes us on a journey of highway and heart that could easily begin right here in the Santa Maria Valley. Hard-worn and ailing, William Joad (last remaining cousin to Tom Joad of Steinbeck’s story), seeks and finds young Mexican-American migrant farmworker, Martín Jodes. They are bound together by a surprising and serendipitous blood knot that holds the keys to their fates, and brands them travel partners in an epic journey down the Mother Road – the literal Route 66 and the figurative root of their shared legacy – as they both find a way home.
    Director
    Robert Ramirez
    Musical Director
    Alessandra Alcala
    Scenic Designer
    Costume Designer
    Raquel Barreto
    Lighting Designer
    Sound Designer
    Stage Manager
    Assistant Director
    Kristina Melsheimer
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    COVID-19 Update
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    PCPA ask our audiences to join with us in providing the safest space possible for patrons, cast, crew, volunteers and staff. Please review this information prior to your attendance. Please arrive 45 minutes before the performance to allow time for the check-in process.

    Attendance Policies

    • Audience members age 18 and over will present a government-issued ID, such as a passport or driver’s license and provide proof of a full Covid-19 vaccination completed at least 14 days prior to the performance date. Guest who need a reasonable accommodation due to a medical condition or deeply held religious belief, must provide proof of a negative Covid-19 PCR test taken within 72 hours of the performance date.
    • Audience members under age 18 will need to have a parent or guardian attest that they are symptom-free.
      • o Parents/guardians will be asked, “In the last 14 days, has your child had close contact with someone who is confirmed to have Covid-19?”
      • o Parents/guardians will be asked about the presence of symptoms including: fever symptoms (alternating chills/sweating), cough, shortness of breath, fatigue, muscle or body aches, headache, diarrhea, vomiting or abdominal pain.
    • All audience members, staff and volunteers are required to wear face masks (covering their nose and mouth) in all areas of the theatre and throughout the performance. Please stay home if you are feeling ill.
    Enhanced Health and Safety Precautions
    • The theatre building now has an enhanced air filtration utilizing MERV 13 filters.
    • The theatre, lobby area and restrooms are cleaned and disinfected after every performance.
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    • Until mask requirements are no longer necessary we will not be offering food and beverages, and patrons may not bring in food or beverages for consumption in the theatre or lobby.
    • At this time, there will be no “stage door” opportunities with the actors in the show.
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