In 74 Georgia Avenue, a middle-aged Jewish man whose marriage is in trouble, seeks refuge in the once-Jewish Brooklyn neighborhood of his youth. During the visit, he discovers that his past is linked with the present tenant of his old apartment. The uproarious comedy, The Pushcart Peddlers, takes place on the gold-paved streets of the Lower East Side where a fresh off-the-boat-greenhorn is taught the ropes by an 'old hand' banana peddler. Life moves fast in America and so do both men's illusions - - for better, or is it for worse?
"5 out of 5 Stars" - - nohoartsdistrict.com
"...fine performances...skillful" - - LA Weekly
"slapstick and vaudeville at its finest" - - broadwayworld.com
"expert direction, actors shine, shine, shine" - - Grigware Talks Theatre
"...highly entertaining coupling...audience was captivated throughout.." - - Tolucan Times
"fabulous piece?performance is phenomenal..." - - Kaleidescope Radio Magazine
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