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Dr. Railsback talks Of Mice and Steinbeck

October 9, 2014 Comments

Mason Marshall

Stories that are created always have a deeper meaning than the story itself, and after the performance “Of Mice and Men,” deeper meanings and symbolism were discussed. On Friday, Oct. 3, Missouri Western had an opportunity to hear Dr. Brian Railsback, who taught Honors tutorial classes in creative writing and literature at Western Carolina University. […]

A look at the talent – Jordan Jinkerson

October 9, 2014 Comments

Andy Garrison

Jordan Jinkerson plays the part of Curley, he says that Curley is a character that is relatable to a pretty wide audience. “He is definitely quite a character,” Jinkerson said. “He is kind of like a little guy who is trying to get a lot more respect from the bigger guy.” Jinkerson explains that he […]

A look at the talent – Riley Bayer

October 9, 2014 Comments

Andy Garrison

Riley Bayer plays the part of Lennie, Lennie is a probable mentally handicapped man that relies on co-star Steve Catron’s character George Bayer explains. “George is really kind of like a father figure to Lennie. Lennie doesn’t really think like you or I would,” he said. Figuring out how to play a part like that […]

A look at the talent – Steve Catron

October 9, 2014 Comments

Andy Garrison

In this year’s production of “Of Mice and Men” the role of George is played by Steve Catron. Catron’s character is a down-and-out, lonely man and Catron explains that it was a role far removed from both who he is and what he has done in the past. “Well, this is actually the farthest I […]

“Of Mice and Men” Review

October 4, 2014 Comments

Daniel Cobb

“Guys like us, that work on ranches, are the loneliest guys in the world. They got no family. They don’t belong no place. . . . With us it ain’t like that.”  Hope is a powerful thing. It drives us, empowers us and reminds us that, when life gets hard, things will always get better. […]

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