John Steinbeck's Classic Drama
Directed by Cynthia Brown
An extraordinary tale of two friends; their loyalty and their dreams. Of Mice and Men is set against a backdrop of America's Great Depression in California in the 1930's. Two men move from farm to farm in search of work. One built like an ox but with the mind of a child, the other a fast talking man of the road. George and Lennie are determined to buy a small farm of their own after years of earning a living as itinerant workers. The two friends soon discover the flip side of their American Dream and the friendship is tested to its limits.
All tickets are $15.00
Runs January 31 to February 16
Dates: January 31, February 1, 2, 7, 8, 9, 14, 15, 16, 2008
Time: Thursdays - Saturday 7:30 p.m.
Producer: Robin Armstrong
Assistant Director and Stage Manager: Shawn Peet
Set Design and Construction: Greg Armstrong
Lighting Design: Kevin McKee and Jenny Vannier
Props: Arlene Jones
Sound Design: Craig Stewart
Lennie Small: Matthew Cadman
George Milton: Kevin Pitts
Candy: Dave Stearns
Curley: Tanner Riker
Curley's Wife: TIffany Mausser
Crooks: Marlon Browne
Carlson: Dave Kensrud
Slim: John Merritt
Whit: Elliott Dix
The Boss: Budd Gilyard
FREE tickets are also available to students. For more information about free tickets, call producer Robin Armstrong at 679-3742.
Show Tickets at the Performing Arts Center of Wenatchee
Address: 123 N. Wenatchee Ave.
Hours: Monday through Friday 12:00 to 5:30
http://www.pacwen.org / (509) 663-ARTS (2787)