All Private Eugene M. Jerome wants from serving in World War II are a few simple things—to become a writer, to fall in love, and to not get killed. But, before he can deploy, he has to survive the sweltering Mississippi heat, unrecognizable food, a possibly insane sergeant, and the prejudices of his fellow soldiers during ten weeks of basic training in Biloxi.Biloxi Blues, written by Neil Simon and winner of the 1985 Tony Award for Best Play, is the debut offering of Twixtbridge Productions. Although the company is new, the cast and crew are seasoned theater favorites who have performed on numerous regional stages.
This Twixtbridge production at the Pump House is directed by Jonathan Krocker, with the design team of David Klitzke and Kelsey Taunt. The cast feautures Brian Coffin (Eugene Jerome), Alex Attardo (Pvt. Epstein), Paul Hibbard (Pvt. Carney), Nick Brandt (Pvt. Wykowski), Alex Kent (Pvt. Selridge), Quinn Masterson (Pvt. Hennessey), Rhys Wolff (Sgt. Toomey), and Raina Thelen (Rowena). Allyssa Dunn and Natalie Goodman share the role of Daisy Hannigan.
Performance dates are May 25, 26 and June 1, 2, 7, 8.
Theater doors open at 7 pm and all shows begin at 7:30 pm.
General Public Admission is $18 advance / $21 day of show.
Military and student tickets are $15 advance / $18 day of show. These tickets are available for purchase only at the box office, with vaild ID.
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