Ashland University Department of Theatre presents John Steinbeck's classic following the lives of two hopeful migrant workers. George, rough but protective, takes care of Lennie, physically strong but mentally disabled, as they drift from farm to farm struggling to find work that will bring them closer to George's American dream of owning land and Lennie's simple dream of caring for rabbits. Steinbeck's realistic depiction of desperation in the harsh world of the great depression plumbs the depths of our conscious, asking what it means to be human.
Performance Venue: Hugo Young Theatre
Tickets: $10 Adults; $9 Seniors, Faculty/Staff, Students; $8 Groups of 10 or more, $2 Ashland University Students
Ashland University Central Box Office: 419-289-5125