Published as a novella in 1937 and staged on Broadway later that year, Of Mice and Men lives on as one of the great works in all of American literature. John Steinbeck's compelling story of camaraderie and isolation is at once simple and complex, tragic and heartwarming. Its commentary on class, race, gender and disability resonates today as it did 80 years ago. Above all, it is a still-reliable story about the elusive American Dream.
Directed by Paul Steinbach.