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Neil Simon’s coming-of-age comedy is a valentine to his family. In his “funniest, richest” (New York Daily News) play, the story centers around 15-year-old Eugene Morris Jerome as he tries to deal with his neurotic family, his uncomfortable crushes and his love for baseball. Set in the Brighton Beach section of Brooklyn in September 1937, this beloved classic touches and tickles the heartstrings.

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