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The classic novel, Of Mice and Men, comes to the Broadway stage in a new adaptation. With a star studded cast, Of Mice and Men is a must-see this spring. Find your tickets below!
|Date & Time||Event||Location|
Mar 29, 2015
|Of Mice And Men - Film Of The Play||Spokane, WA|
Bing Crosby Theater
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|Run Time:||2 hours and 35 minutes, including one intermission|
|Audience:||Teens and older|
|Advisory:||Children under the age of 4 are not permitted in the theatre|
Of Mice and Men, the novel, was originally written by John Steinbeck in 1937. They play that proceeded it was first performed in 1937, the same year that the novel was published. The play won the New York Drama Critic's Circle award for the Best Play in 1938. With multiple film adaptations and play revivals, this story has remained popular over the years.
Broadway's latest revival is directed by Anna D. Shapiro. The play will officially opens April 16, 2014, with early performances March 19, 2014. The cast includes James Franco as George, Chris O'Dowd as Lennie, and Leighton Meester as Curley's Wife.
In the 1930s, George and Lennie dream of owning their own plot of land to farm in the countryside. George is an intelligent man while his friend, Lennie, is simple-minded. While George wants the farm so he can finally achieve his American dream, Lennie is enamored by the idea of having rabbits to care for. Although these men have been friends, and field workers, for a long time, they're forced to move from one plantation to another because of incidents involving Lennie and his carelessness. Can they go on like this and keep their friendship in tact? With an all-star cast, this newest revival is sure to make an impression on the audience. See the story unfold with Of Mice and Men above.