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Biloxi Blues is a comedy about a young man, Eugene, going off to war. Eugene learns to cope with fellow soldiers from all walks of life, falls in love, and loses his virginity under less than ideal circumstances, all while having to navigate around the eccentricities of his drill instructor. playwright Neil Simon brings his great sense of humor and humanity to every word of this magnificent play.
Biloxi Blues is the second chapter in Simon’s “Eugene trilogy,” following Brighton Beach Memoirs, which Off Broad Street Players presented at the Levoy in the fall of 2012.
When it comes to singer/ saxophonist/ composer/ lyricist/ arranger/ producer/ educator Grace Kelly, people seem to be divided into two groups: those who marvel at her proficiency, creativity and ever-accelerating growth, and those who have yet to encounter the 20-year-old wunderkind. The ranks of the former category are growing by the day. Trumpeter and Jazz at Lincoln Center Artistic Director Wynton Marsalis was so impressed with Kelly’s three-night stand as guest of the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra that he invited her to join the ensemble at the Kennedy Center’s Eisenhower Theater in Washington, D.C. for Barack Obama’s Inauguration Celebration.
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As a competition, audience voting will determine which short comedy will win the coveted “Audience Choice Award.” Get in on the fun and vote for your favorite short comedy!
The funniest movie you’ll see this year is actually nine movies. In the style of traditional film festivals, the second annual Laugh Out Loud Short Film Fest, features nine hilarious short comedies from some of the world’s best unknown filmmakers. These directors share their unabashed and outrageous views on familiar topics like relationships, drinking, and careers. As a competition, audience voting will determine which short comedy will win the coveted “Audience Choice Award.” Get in on the fun and vote for your favorite short comedy.
Nine films in the festival, including six films from the USA, two from Canada, and one from Australia.
Edgy adult humor is the norm, so this film is not for the easily offended. Can you handle it? It’s unrated, uncut, and unapologetic!
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