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A poignant memory play by Neil Simon, America's most popular playwright. It's 1942 when ne'er-do-well Eddie deposits his two young sons on his mother's doorstep and takes off -- leaving the boys to contend with the stern Grandma Kurnitz, the childlike aunt Bella and her brother Louie, a small-time hood -- all in this strange new world called Yonkers. Simon's coming-of-age tale won the Pulitzer Prize for Drama and both the Tony and Drama Desk Awards for Best New Play.

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