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Of Mice and Men

First Performed in 1990 at the Birmingham Rep.



Written by John Steinbeck

Adapted by Anthony Clark

Directed by Anthony Clark




"Anthony Clark's direction is lively, making the most of the enormous stage." Financial Times


"Unbearably sad, this production is hauntingly effective: Steinbeck's pure purpose has been honoured." Daily Telegraph


"A striking production of Steinbeck's masterpiece... Under Anthony Clark's direction the company play Steinbeck up to the hilt." Birmingham Post


"Anthony Clark's first main house show as associate artistic director of the Rep is a beautifully poised, thoughtful production of Steinbeck's portrayal of ranch hand's life during the thirties depression... School parties, if they can find their way round the Baker Act to an excursion, could hardly hope for a better recreation of Steinbeck's themes." The Guardian

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