Synopsis

Biloxi Blues

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Neil Simon

Published by Samuel French Inc

6 Male 2 Female

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Biloxi Blues charts the continuing saga of Eugene Morris Jerome, alter ego of the youthful Neil Simon

We first met Eugene in Brighton Beach Memoirs when he was coping with adolescence in the 1930s in Brighton Beach, Brooklyn

Here we meet him as a young army recruit during the Second World War, going through his basic training, learning more about Life, and generally developing his Writer's Sensibility at boot camp in Biloxi, Mississippi

Eugene and five other assorted enlisted men suffer under a hard nosed D.I., confronting the daily "mess" served up in the Mess Hall

And joining together in a visit to a local prostitute

For the first time, Eugene confronts the degradation of anti-Semitism

And for the first time he falls in love ...

REVIEWS

"Joyous and unexpectedly rewarding" ~ N.Y. Times

"A play that rings with a newer, deeper, sweeter truth" ~ N.Y. Magazine

"A fine comedy, and another step in the process of making Simon neither so simple, nor so simplistic" ~ N.Y. Post

FOR THE FIRST PLAY OF THE TRILOGY - BRIGHTON BEACH MEMOIRS
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AND FOR THE FINAL PLAY IN THE TRILOGY - BROADWAY BOUND
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