From ReGroup Theatre comes a gritty tale of struggle in a time of nationwide poverty and unemployment. Set in the era of the Great Depression, the message is as true-to-life today as it was then. 1931 is the story of Adam, who loses his warehouse job and discovers he is one of hundreds of men in the same situation, struggling for health, dignity and hope in the midst of economic crisis. When things comes to a head, there seems only one way left to turn: Revolution. 1931 has deep historical roots. It was the second play produced by The Group Theatre (1931-40), the famous American theatre company that featured the talents of Lee Strasberg, Clifford Odets, Stella Adler and Sanford Meisner.