Brighton Beach Memoirs

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March 28 -April 13, 2008

A Comedy by NEIL SIMON

Directed by JONATHAN WIERZBICKI

BRIGHTON BEACH MEMOIRS is one of Neil Simon’s most widely respected plays, winning the New York Drama Critics Prize for Best Play.  It debuted on Broadway on March  27, 1983, at the Alvin Theatre and earned Tony Awards for both the director Gene Saks and the star Matthew Broderick.  Though not strictly autobiographical, Simon based the play on his memories of growing up in New York City in the years just before World War II.  Two more plays featuring protagonist Eugene Jerome and his family would follow; 1985’s Biloxi Blues and 1986’s Broadway Bound.

 Cast
 Eugene   Matt Weinstein
 Stanley  AJ Dramis
 Laurie  Sandy Buz
 Nora  Donna Missal
 Jack  Rich Kline
 Kate  Catherine Pherson
 Blanche  Allison Byrne
Crew

Producer     Director     Jonathan Wierzbicki Lighting Designer Sound Designer Set Designer Costumer Stage Manager   Stephanie Simons-Neil Assistant Stage Manager   Francine Mondi Properties Light Operator Sound Operator Make-up

 

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