Brighton Beach Memoirs centers on young Jewish teen Eugene Morris Jerome and his extended family living in a crowded home in the Brighton Beach section of Brooklyn in 1937: his overworked father, Jack; overbearing mother, Kate; his older brother Stanley; Kate's widowed sister Blanche and her daughters, Nora and Laurie. As Eugene spends his time daydreaming about a baseball career, he must also cope with his family's troubles, his awkward discovery of the opposite sex and his developing identity as a writer. Neil Simon's Brighton Beach Memoirs is performed in repertory with Broadway Bound. A limited number of $30.00 tickets will be made available for purchase by students, available at the box office on the day of the performance only. Two tickets per valid student ID. Student rush tickets are subject to availability and the number of student tickets for each performance may vary.