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The Neil Simon Plays: Brighton Beach Memoirs Tickets

In Brighton Beach Memoirs, Neil Simon introduced us to the world of young Eugene Morris Jerome, who in turn, introduced the world to the entire Jerome family. Inside their modest Brooklyn house in 1937, we would discover everything we ever needed to know about childhood, parenthood, and the golden palace of the Himalayas.


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Previews Oct 2, 2009
Opening Oct 24, 2009

Story

It’s September 1937, and the Jerome family of Brighton Beach, Brooklyn, is gathering for dinner. Matriarch Kate rules the roost, with younger son Eugene at her beck and call. Older son Stanley arrives home with his job hanging by a thread after an argument with his boss. Patriarch Jack works two jobs and worries about supporting an extended family of seven, including his widowed sister-in-law, Blanche, and her daughters, Nora and Laurie. Meanwhile, Eugene daydreams about pitching for the Yankees and becoming professional writer. Brighton Beach Memoirs shows us two evenings, a week apart, in the life of the Jeromes, as war threatens and each family member faces a personal challenge.

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