Latitude 41 announces its production of Brighton Beach Memoirs by Neil SimonBBM

Directed by Luke Pascale

Assistant Directed by Stephaine Maldonado



The first in a series of three semi-autobiographical plays written by the legendary Neil Simon. Join us as we follow Eugene Morris Jerome, a Polish-Jewish American teenager as he experiences puberty, sexual awakening and a search for identity while dealing with his family in 1937 Brighton Beach, New York.


Starring Zane Carmine, Lori Carmine, Ted Holste, Kyle Wynn, Lindsey Gleffe, Karianne Griffith and Coral Weikert.

Tickets are $15 at the door or $13 for advanced sales.


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Directed by Luke Pascale
Assistant Directed by Stephanie Maldonado

Starring Zane Carmine, Lori Carmine, Ted Holste, Kyle Wynn, Lindsey Gleffe, Karianne Griffith and Coral Weikert.

Tickets are $15 at the door or $13 for advanced sales.

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Email us at info@lat41.org


Recent Latitude 41 productions include LENS ME A TENOR, FIVE WOMEN WEARING THE SAME DRESS, CLYBOURNE PARK, INVITATION TO MURDER, LOVE, SEX & THE IRS, DOG SEES GOD, OF MICE AND MEN, THE ODD COUPLE, TRANSYLVANIA GENERAL, and THE 39 STEPS.


Latitude 41 Theater, a not-for-profit corporation, was founded on the belief that Joliet-area audiences are eager for more quality community theater. Latitude 41 believes that community theater should be an artistically-enriching and enjoyable experience for the audience, the players, and the crew.











Theater is a collaborative art--it's more than what happens on the stage under the lights.  You can make friends, pick up valuable skills and experience, display your artistry, and have a great time contributing to live, local theater by staying involved after the the auditions. To volunteer to work backstage, with set construction, in the booth, or with house for this production, please email info@lat41.org.

 

                       

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Latitude 41 was founded by a group of people who firmly believe that Joliet-area audiences are eager for more quality community theater. We believe that theater is at its best when its creators are passionate about the subject, dedicated to craft and artistry, and committed to following through.



To this end, Latitude 41 prefers to receive submissions from a person or group that feels strongly about the script, rather than having a preselected show assigned to a director or production team.



There are no content-specific requirements for submitting a proposal. The only requirement is that it be a show you need to do, and the passion and drive to help make it happen. Get complete submission guidelines by emailing info@lat41.org.



Latitude 41 believes that community theater should be an artistically-enriching and enjoyable experience for the audience, the players, and the crew.



Latitude 41 is a not-for-profit organization.



 

 

 

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