Of Mice and Men is one of the most celebrated works of American literature, a compelling human drama about friendship and loyalty during one of our nation's most challenging times. Set against the backdrop of the Great Depression, John Steinbeck's masterpiece tells the story of two migrant workers who find employment on a California ranch and finally seem to be within reach of having a home to call their own. But "the best laid schemes o' mice and men" begin to unravel, forcing ordinary people to make profound choices. "A thriller [...] a gripping tale!" -- The New York Times Of Mice and Men stars Douglas Taurel, Vincent Allocca, Eirik Gislason, Elizabeth A. Davis, Paul Barry, James Broderick, Matthew Floyd Miller, Jason L. Grossman, General Fermon Judd Jr., and Justin Swain. John Steinbeck adapted his novella for the stage, collaborating with George S. Kaufman for the original production.