Moonlight and Magnolias: Comedy About the Making of Gone With the Wind
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Neil Simon changed the course of his career when he wrote Brighton Beach Memoirs, the first play of his Tony Award-winning Eugene Trilogy. Never before had Simon's writing been so personal, reflecting the actual individuals and hardships that defined his Depression-era youth. Brighton Beach Memoirs centers around Eugene Morris Jerome, a Jewish-American teenager in the throes of puberty. Complicating Eugene's coming-of-age are the relatives that crowd his family's Brooklyn apartment, including his parents, his older brother, his aunt and his two female cousins, one of whom he finds far too attractive for his own good. Critics have praised the play for its humor, but also for its clear-eyed look at the tough choices that faced many American families in the '30s. Brighton Beach Memoirs has all the force and vitality of real memories -- and like them, lingers in the mind for years. Learn More
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Featured review from kimbRed Velvet
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We laughed so much at this play, our sides hurt. It was really well done and we thoroughly enjoyed ourselves. I would highly recommend it! Arrive a little early as parking and getting to the box office to get the tickets takes a little more time than one might think.
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A fun, rolicking tale of how the "Gone With The Wind" screenplay was written in 5 days by the producer enticing the director and screenwriter into a locked room. When it started out, I thought, "Where is this going?!" But then, it got funnier &...continued
Prepare yourself to be locked in a room for five days with nothing to eat but bananas and peanuts as legendary producer David O. Selznick, famed screenwriter Ben Hecht and Wizard of Oz director Victor Fleming craft a troubled screenplay into one of the finest films of all time. It’s the behind-the-scenes glimpse of _Gone With the Wind _seen through the eyes of these comical and desperate creators in 1939 Hollywood.
The show is recommended for those over the age of 13 due to strong language