Archives - Brighton Beach Memoirs

by Neil Simon

Directed by Ray Newton

Saturday 18th – Saturday 25th September 1993 in the Auditorium

Brighton Beach Memoirs was a sell-out success when it played at the National Theatre a few years ago. The play is semi-autobiographical and tells the story of a week in the life of a second-generation Jewish family in Brooklyn, New York, in 1937 as seen through the eyes of 16-year-old Eugene.

As one would expect from Neil Simon, all the characters and situations are drawn from life and the comedy is very much to the fore.

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Part of the Barn’s 1993/1994 season

Presented by The Barn Theatre Club

Cast

Eugene Jerome-Gavin Palmer
Blanche Morton-Wendy Bage
Kate Jerome-Jan Sayer
Laurie Morton-Rebecca Williams
Nora Morton-Sorcha Blanchard
Stanley Jerome-Stephen Davis
Jack Jerome-Keith Thompson

Creative team

Director-Ray Newton
Design-Clyde Wilson
Lighting Design-Derek Palmer
Sound-James Rowles
Stage Manager-Keith Price
Assistant Stage Manager-Lisa Hakansson
Prompter-Peggy Thompson
Lighting Operator-Brenda Newey
Robert Hayes
Wardrobe-Anne Classey
Deborah Thompson
Properties-Belinda Putley
Jean Amato
Madeleine Palmer
Set Construction-Clyde Wilson
Pat Finch
Set Dressing-Lisa Hakansson
Clyde Wilson
Production Secretary-Margaret Hakansson

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