Theatre Review: “Brighton Beach Memoirs” at Theater J

It’s 1937, and Europe is on the brink of war. In the United States, the Great Depression lingers, evident even in the house of Eugene Morris Jerome (Cole Sitilides), a teenage Brooklynite dreaming of a spot on the New York Yankees–or a writing career, whichever comes first. He shares his life with his older brother, […]
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Theatre Review: “Brighton Beach Memoirs” at Theater J

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