The Grapes of Wrath

Frank Galati after John Steinbeck


The Grapes of Wrath

Sorcha Cusack

Theatre credits include: A Miracle (Royal Court); The Five Wives of Maurice Pinder, The Playboy of the Western World and Peer Gynt (National Theatre); Romeo and Juliet, King John, Antony and Cleopatra and Roaring Girl (RSC); Sunday Bloody Sunday (Tricycle Theatre); By the Bog of Cats (Wyndham’s Theatre); Dancing at Lughnasa (Phoenix Theatre and Garrick Theatre); Three Sisters (Royal Court. Irish Life Best Actress Award); Baglady (Lyric Theatre and Edinburgh Fringe First); The Duchess of Malfi (Roundhouse); Carthaginians and Give Me Your Answer Do (Hampstead); John Bull’s Other Island (Greenwich), The Devils, A Doll’s House, The Plough and The Stars, Dreaming Or Am I? and Much Ado About Nothing (Abbey Theatre Dublin); Romeo and Juliet, Fanny’s First Play and Les Liaisons Dangereuses (Gate Theatre Dublin); Sunday Bloody Sunday, The Cherry Orchard, Lower Depths, Detective Story, Odd Women and Smoke (Manchester Royal Exchange;) and in New York, the Abbey Theatre productions of Freedom of the City (Lincoln Center. Irish Academy Best Actress nomination) and The Plough and The Stars (BAM).

Television credits include: The Royal, Dalziel and Pascoe, Judge John Deed, Inspector Lynley, Silent Witness, Pulling the Moves, Playing the Field, Plastic Man, Eureka Street, Casualty, Inspector Morse, Maigret, Poirot, Ulysses, Private Affairs, Murder Machine, August Saturday, Shoot the Revolution, The Real Charlotte, Married Love, Jane Eyre, Confessional, Rides, Hold the Dream, Kilmore House, Napoleon and Love, BrooksideBoon, Thou Shalt Not Kill, The Bill.

Films include: Middletown, Snatch, Angel, Sinful Davy, One of the Hollywood Ten, (Past Present Future) Imperfect and Rabbit Fever.

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