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Brighton Beach Memoirs
One Ticket to Brighton Beach Memoirs

Legacy Productions Presents: Neil Simon’s Brighton Beach Memoirs Performances are: June 5th at 8pm June 6th at 7pm Gala Night with pre-show music by Dave Halford June 11th at 7pm Hospice Benefit June 12th and 13th at 8pm June 14th at 2pm June 19th and 20th at 8pm June 25th at 7pm June 26th at 8pm June 27th at 2pm and 8pm $20 in advance, $22 at the door, $25 for Gala Night Location: At the Nevada Theater Alvis LeGate directs this talented, all star cast in Simon's semi-autobiographical comedy set in the Brighton Beach section of Brooklyn, New York in September 1937. Max Freedman stars as Eugene Jerome, a Polish-Jewish teenager who's coming to age tale is told with the comic flair only Neil Simon can deliver. He experiences puberty and a search for his place in a blended household of two families. LeGacy co-founder and producer Sue LeGate plays Kate, Eugene's feisty mother and is paired with Matthew Marguiles (returning for his long vacation from stage as the owner/operator of Matteo's Public) as Jack, her honest, hard-working husband, struggling to support an extended family. Sara Noah (Christmas Carol, Barefoot in the Park) returns to LeGacy as Blanche, Kate's widowed sister, who is forced to move in with the Jeromes after her husband's death, bringing daughters Nora (Kendahl Landreth) and Laurie (Makenna Harrison). Rounding out the cast is Danny Haddon as Stanley, Eugene's "experienced" older brother, full of advice for Eugene. Opening pre-Broadway at the Curran Theatre in March, 1983, Brighton Beach Memoirs went onto the Alvin Theatre on Broadway, where it played for 1,299 performances, with Matthew Broderick in the starring role. Broderick's turn at Eugene marked the beginning of the "Eugene Trilogy", followed by the hits, "Biloxi Blues" & "Broadway Bound". Performances are at 8pm Fridays and Saturdays June 5 through June 27. June 6th Gala night, (all tickets $25) includes appetizers, beverages, live music and a reception with the cast after the show. Two Thursday shows, June 11th & 25th at 7pm. ONE SUNDAY MATINEE....JUNE 14th at 2pm...ONE SATURDAY MATINEE...JUNE 27th at 2pm. Tickets for all regular shows are $20 in advance, $22 at the door, available at Harmony Books, The Bookseller, online or by calling (530) 268 5419. PG-13 due to sexual references.

Limitation: Shopping Show Certificate recipient must call 268-5419 to reserve your seat!

Brighton Beach Memoirs
PO Box 1703
Grass Valley, CA 95945
268-5419
legacypresents.com



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Retail Price : $20.00
Buy It Now Price: $14.00


Brighton Beach Memoirs
One Ticket to Brighton Beach Memoirs-GALA NIGHT

Legacy Productions Presents: Neil Simon’s Brighton Beach Memoirs Performances are: June 6th at 7pm Gala Night with pre-show music by Dave Halford $25 for Gala Night Location: At the Nevada Theater Alvis LeGate directs this talented, all star cast in Simon's semi-autobiographical comedy set in the Brighton Beach section of Brooklyn, New York in September 1937. Max Freedman stars as Eugene Jerome, a Polish-Jewish teenager who's coming to age tale is told with the comic flair only Neil Simon can deliver. He experiences puberty and a search for his place in a blended household of two families. LeGacy co-founder and producer Sue LeGate plays Kate, Eugene's feisty mother and is paired with Matthew Marguiles (returning for his long vacation from stage as the owner/operator of Matteo's Public) as Jack, her honest, hard-working husband, struggling to support an extended family. Sara Noah (Christmas Carol, Barefoot in the Park) returns to LeGacy as Blanche, Kate's widowed sister, who is forced to move in with the Jeromes after her husband's death, bringing daughters Nora (Kendahl Landreth) and Laurie (Makenna Harrison). Rounding out the cast is Danny Haddon as Stanley, Eugene's "experienced" older brother, full of advice for Eugene. Opening pre-Broadway at the Curran Theatre in March, 1983, Brighton Beach Memoirs went onto the Alvin Theatre on Broadway, where it played for 1,299 performances, with Matthew Broderick in the starring role. Broderick's turn at Eugene marked the beginning of the "Eugene Trilogy", followed by the hits, "Biloxi Blues" & "Broadway Bound". Performances are at 8pm Fridays and Saturdays June 5 through June 27. June 6th Gala night, (all tickets $25) includes appetizers, beverages, live music and a reception with the cast after the show.

Limitation: Shopping Show Certificate recipient must call 268-5419 to reserve your seat!

Brighton Beach Memoirs
PO Box 1703
Grass Valley, CA 95945
268-5419
legacypresents.com



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Retail Price : $20.00
Buy It Now Price: $14.00


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