Monday, May 14, 2007

Tucson: Beowulf Aley Theatre Company presents OF MICE AND MEN

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Beowulf Aley Theatre Company

11 South 6th Avenue * Tucson, AZ 85701

622-4460 * FAX: 622-4460

May 14, 2007
Contact: Beth Dell

(520) 622-4460


(Tucson, AZ)- Tickets are still available for Beowulf Alley Theatre
Company's production of John Steinbeck's American classic play, Of Mice and
Men, recipient of the 1938 New York Drama Critics' Circle Award.

Hear what the patrons are saying:

"Imaginative staging, lighting and sound - terrific performaces - timeless

Thanks to you and your company for contributing so richly to our

"[We] were totally impressed with everything about the evening. The entire
cast was "Broadway Calibur" and the theater is astounding. We plan on
becoming more involved at every level. Great Performance!"

"Once again, Beowulf has assembled a cast of actors working intelligently
and purposefully in the skins of their characters while melding into a fine
ensemble. I was swept away - something that is not easy for a theatre

"Thank you for a great night of true entertainment. This was my first visit
to Beowulf Alley and I plan to visit more in the future!"

Our theatre is located at 11 South 6th Avenue, between Broadway and
Congress. Tickets may be purchased for all performances on-line at <> or by phone at (520)

Performance dates, times and ticket prices are:

May 18, 19, 25, 26 7:30p, $16.00 on-line at <> OR

$18.00 with discounts by phone/at door

May 20, 27 1:30p, $16.00
on-line at <> OR

$18.00 with discounts by phone/at door

May 17, 24 7:30p, $14.00 All
tickets on-line at <> OR

by phone/at

In Depression-era California, unable to maintain stable work because of
Lennie's low mental capacity, George and Lennie find work on a ranch,
dreaming of one day owning a ranch of their own. Their hopes, like "the best
laid schemes o' mice an' men," begin to go awry. Soon after settling in and
making friends, their world is ripped apart by tragedy. John Steinbeck's
classic tale of two friends explores the underside of the American Dream.

Glen Coffman directs Of Mice and Men. Stephen Elton is featured in the role
of Lennie and Terry Erbe in the role of George. Additional members of the
cast include David Alexander Johnston, Amy Erbe, Greg Sweet, Tim McKiernan,
Brian Wees, Jonathan Hicks, Nate Weisband and Darwin.

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