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Of Mice and Men

Zohair Hussain
7:30 p.m. , Saturday November 02

 Cincinnati Shakespeare Company continues its 20th Anniversary Season with their take of Of Mice and Men, Steinbeck's classic tale of two migrant laborers on a journey to find work and a piece of land to call their own. As they move from town to town, from farm to farm, George and Lennie work against the odds and their circumstances to try and stay true to their individual visions, and the friendship that so closely bonds them. Performances are scheduled until Nov. 10.



Where: Cincinnati Shakespeare Company
Phone: 513-381-2283
Address: 719 Race St.
Website: cincyshakes.com

Cincinnati Shakespeare Company

719 Race St.
Cincinnati, Ohio
45202
 
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