Biloxi Blues
Comedy-Drama by Neil Simon 
Presented by Special Arrangement with Samuel French 
MARCH 6 - 22, 2015 
The second in the “Eugene Trilogy,” by Pulitzer Prize winning playwright Neil Simon, which began with Brighton Beach Memoirs and which concluded with Broadway Bound.  Eugene Jerome, who was last seen coping with adolescence in 1930s Brooklyn, is now a young Army recruit training in Biloxi, Mississippi, in the later years of World War II.  In the midst of conflicts between the hard-drinking and aggressive Sergeant Toomey and the outspoken and headstrong recruits, Eugene matures into adulthood and learns some harsh lessons about life, love, and the world outside his hometown.
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Paint Your Wagon
Book and Lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner
Music by Frederick Loewe 
Presented by Special Arrangement with Tams-Witmark 
APRIL 17 - MAY 3, 2015 
A romance of the Old West and of the dreaming, hoping, weary gold miner who is not certain where he is heading, but always ready to paint his wagon and go.  A prospecting town has sprung up around Ben Rumson’s discovery of gold.  The town is suffering from such a lack of women that a recently arriving Mormon is encouraged to auction one of his two wives to the highest bidder, which turns out to be Ben.  This disgusts his daughter Jennifer, who moves east for schooling but asks her lover Julio, a Mexican miner, to wait for her.  The town seems saved by the arrival of Cherry and her Fandango Girls, but when Jennifer returns, the gold has dried up and the men and women, even Julio, are leaving to chase the next gold strike.  Ben begins to dream of once again roaming after his wandering star.  Includes the hits “I Still See Elisa,” “I Talk To the Trees,” “Wand'rin' Star,” “Take The Wheels Off The Wagon,” “They Call The Wind Maria,” “Another Autumn” and “Hand Me Down That Can O' Beans.”
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