“Lost in Yonkers” at Haddonfield Plays and Players

“Lost in Yonkers”
by Neil Simon

The winner of the 1991 Pulitzer Prize for Drama and considered Simon’s best play, this show is set in Yonkers in 1942.Neil Simon describes it as "the story about two boys who have lost their mother and whose father is forced to go out of town and become a salesman to earn a living. The father has to leave his boys with their grandmother who is, to say the least, a very austere woman. That old lady is straight out of Dickens. All her children are misfits whom she dominates completely, and the boys have moved into a hornet's nest." Some very humorous and touching moments make this play a masterpiece.

Performed by Haddonfield Plays and Players
At Haddonfield Plays and Players Performing Arts
Performances ran
Sunday, February 23, 2003 thru Saturday, March 15, 2003
Arty.... Zach Siegel
Bella.... Leeanne Schmidt
Eddie.... Richard Curcio Has Bio
Gert.... Molly Erdy
Grandmother.... Phyllis Pomerantz
Jay.... Justin Borstad
Louie.... Steve Ciapanna
Directed by Charles Gill
Produced by Gerry Williams
Produced by Jackie Williams
Stage Managed by Nicole Velez

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