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Biloxi Blues
by Neil Simon
Live performances:
Friday, Oct 8, 15 & 22 @ 8pm
Saturday, Oct 16 @ 2pm
Saturday, Oct 9, 16 & 23 @ 8pm and
Sunday, Oct 10, 17 & 24 @ 2pm

In the second installment of Neil Simon's autobiographical Brighton Beach trilogy, Eugene Jerome (a fictionalized version of Simon) goes into basic training to serve in World War II, finding romance and developing his writing talents by observing the diverse group of men he serves with — and the strange sergeant he serves under. 


Exploring themes of individuality, military discipline, and the mindset of young draftees as they prepare to be deployed to World War II, "Biloxi Blues" was highly praised for its deft mix of comedy with serious issues. It won the Tony Award for Best Play and was nominated for the Drama Desk Award. 

All Seats $30.


Arnold Epstein                                                     Matt Andres
Sgt. Merwin J. Toomey                           Matthew Antonizick
Don Carney                                                          Michael Blair
Rowena                                                               Sabrina Close
Roy Selridge                                                   Anthony Gomez
Eugene Morris Jerome                                 Trevor Gonzalez
Joseph Wykowski                                                  Joshua Kidd
James Hennesy                                         Chris Von Uebbing
Daisy Hannigan                                                Sydney Shavor

Production Staff

Director                                                                    Gillen Brey

Stage Manager                                                         Jim Braun

Set Design                                                          Ron Lindblom

Lighting Design                                                  Ginny Adams

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