DOI: 10.5040/9781580817868.01

Duration: 1:11:53

  • 001_Introduction.mp3 0:00:35
  • 002_Part 01.mp3 0:02:56
  • 003_Part 02.mp3 0:05:05
  • 004_Part 03.mp3 0:01:37
  • 005_Part 04.mp3 0:03:19
  • 006_Part 05.mp3 0:07:10
  • 007_Part 06.mp3 0:01:35
  • 008_Part 07.mp3 0:04:54
  • 009_Part 08.mp3 0:04:49
  • 010_Part 09.mp3 0:04:42
  • 011_Part 10.mp3 0:02:58
  • 012_Part 11.mp3 0:01:58
  • 013_Part 12.mp3 0:04:18
  • 014_Part 13.mp3 0:03:03
  • 015_Part 14.mp3 0:03:38
  • 016_Part 15.mp3 0:04:07
  • 017_Part 16.mp3 0:05:49
  • 018_Part 17.mp3 0:04:43
  • 019_Part 18.mp3 0:03:29
  • 020_Credits.mp3 0:01:08

This thrilling full-cast audio dramatization of Nelson Algren’s seminal novel Never Come Morning, dubbed "an unusual and brilliant book" by the New York Times, traces the gritty lives of Polish youths in the Chicago slums of the 1940s.

"I think it very, very good.”

Ernest Hemingway, discussing the novel in a letter to Maxwell Perkins.

An L.A. Theatre Works full-cast performance featuring Kurt Brocker, Richard Cotovsky, Sharon Gopfert, Andrew Hawkes, Jonathan Lavan, Loren Lazerine, Robert Maffia, Guy Massey, G. Riley Mills, Turk Muller, Lara Phillips and Andy Roski.

Featuring: Kurt Brocker, Richard Cotovsky, Sharon Gopfert, Andrew Hawkes, Jonathan Lavan, Loren Lazerine, Robert Maffia, Guy Massey, G. Riley Mills, Turk Muller, Lara Phillips, Andy Roski

From Never Come Morning

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LA Theatre Works

Paul Peditto

ISBN: 9781580817868

Series: L.A. Theatre Works

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