Tag: Beth Brody
If it were true that “possession is nine-tenths of the law,” Joshua Harmon’s Bad Jews would suffer greatly due to the loss of 90 percent of its conflict (along with a great deal of its hilarity). Fortunately, however, this is not the case; and under Beth Brody’s perceptive direction, A Big Wig Production’s opening-night performance… Read More ›
North Raleigh Arts and Creative Theatre will present a brand-new family-friendly adaptation of “A Little Princess,” written by Raleigh, NC dramatist Kendra A. Thomas, based on the 1905 children’s novel by English author and playwright by Frances Hodgson Burnett (1849-1924), on Dec. 2-4, 9-11, and 16-18.
North Raleigh Arts & Creative Theatre’s (NRACT) production of Brighton Beach Memoirs is a delightful guilty pleasure. The story, written by Neil Simon, follows young Eugene Jerome, played to comic perfection by Leo Brody, through the trials of growing up in 1930s Brooklyn. The action takes place in Eugene’s overcrowded home, where he lives with… Read More ›
Leo Brody hams it up hilariously as Eugene, Neil Simon’s fictional alter ego, who’s obsessed with seeing his cousin Nora — or any girl — naked.
“Brighton Beach Memoirs” is a hilarious semiautobiographical 1983 play by Broadway King of Comedy Neil Simon. It is the first part of Simon’s “Eugene Trilogy,” which also includes “Biloxi Blues” (1985) and “Broadway Bound” (1986).