“Of Mice and Men” is touching and honest
By: John Appeldorn John Steinbeck’s written works, in their power and simplicity, often seem to beg for stage or screen adaptation. Cincinnati Shakespeare Company brought Steinbeck’s prose to life in its most recent production of “Of Mice and Men.” Under the direction of Drew Fracher, the cast and crew presented a careful and touching interpretation of Steinbeck’s novella, depicting well the struggle for family and future stability. “Of Mice and Men” tells the story of George Milton (Jeremy Dubin) and the cognitively disabled Lenny Small (Jim Hopkins), two migrant ranch workers who work their way from farm to farm across … Continue reading “Of Mice and Men” is touching and honest
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