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Neil Simon's Broadway Bound

Kyle Pope
Thursday-Saturday 8 p.m., Sunday 2 p.m. , Thursday January 31 | $23 Adults, $20 Seniors/Students

Part three of Neil Simon's acclaimed autobiographical trilogy finds Eugene and his older brother Stanley trying to break into the world of show business as professional comedy writers while coping with their parents break-up and eventual divorce.  When their material is broadcast on the radio for the first time, the family is upset to hear a thinly-veiled portrait of themselves played for laughs. A great follow-up to our hit production of Brighton Beach Memoirs two seasons ago.  Dennis Murphy, Director; Laura Weil, Stage Manager




Where: Covedale Center for Performing Arts
Phone: 513-241-6550
Address: 4990 Glenway Ave.
Website: www.Cincinnatilandmarkproductions.com

Covedale Center for Performing Arts

4990 Glenway Ave.
Covedale, Ohio
45238
 
Community theater facility in a renovated movie house. Features traditional works by American playwrights. Home to Cincinnati Young People's Theatre, talented high school students from all over town that present musicals, (www.cincinnatilandmarkproductins.com/cypt).
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