For Chris O'Dowd, 'Of Mice And Men' Is More Than An American Story
John Steinbeck's Of Mice and Men — about George and Lennie, two laborers and unlikely friends during ... but very confident because I feel the show is in a good place. In that last scene I feel very, very privileged to be able to do it — the writing ...
Digested Classics: Of Mice and Men by John Steinbeck
If you get into trouble like you did at the last ... asked George. "That's Curley. He the boss's son," said Slim. "He's mean and handy in the ring, so you take care notta cross him. His new wife likes to give men the eye." "Is she purty?" Lennie asked.
‘Of Mice and Men,’ theater review
But he deserves an appreciative nod for his Broadway debut in “Of Mice and Men ... with life’s cruel reality. Lennie (O’Dowd) has the mind of a child and the strength of an ox — a lethal combination. George (Franco) is his reluctant but dutiful ...
'Of Mice and Men' at People's Light: two different people with a common dream
The theater's production of the play adaptation of John Steinbeck's novel Of Mice and Men ... George’s emotion throughout the production. He can be stern with Lennie, polite with his boss, and rude to Curley’s wife, but who could forget that dramatic ...
Of Mice and Franco
Last Sunday afternoon, at the Longacre Theatre, four Californian Steinbeck experts went to see “Of Mice and Men,” in its first Broadway ... doomed bindlestiffs George Milton and Lennie Small. The production, coupled with the seventy-fifth anniversary ...