Of Mice and Men
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This classic play explores the decay of the American dream, and the enduring kindness that bond friends together for life.
A pair of migrant workers in Depression-era California move from town to town in search of work, and dream of buying land and owning a ranch someday. Straight-shooter George protects Lennie, whose sweet, simple-mindedness is juxtaposed by his formidable strength. When the two find work on Curly’s ranch, a series of tragic events lead to one of the most heartbreaking conclusions in American literature. John Steinbeck’s classic text explores the decay of the American dream, and the enduring
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KC Rep patrons may park for free in HR Block’s underground parking garage beneath the building. Access the garage on Main Street between 13th and 14th Streets. Park on levels P2 to P5.
From the garage, take the elevator to the main lobby (Level L) and continue past the waterfall for Copaken Stage.