‘Brighton Beach Memoirs’ Opens Tonight at 8 PM at Prince George’s Little Theatre: Interviews of The Director and 3 Cast Members

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Prince George’s Little Theatre begins its run of Neil Simon’s Tony Award-winning Brighton Beach Memoirs tonight at 8 PM.

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Here are interviews with the director and 3 cast members of
Brighton Beach Memoirs:

Director Ken Kienus.
Director Ken Kienas. Photo courtesy of Bowie Community Theatre.

Interview of Director Ken Kienas.

Annalie Ellis (Laurie). Photo courtesy of Prince George’s Little Theatre.
Annalie Ellis (Laurie). Photo by Andy Culhane.

Interview of Annalie Ellis (Laurie).

Sophie Speciale (Nora). Photo courtesy of Prince George’s Little Theatre.
Sophie Speciale (Nora). Photo by Andy Culhane.

Interview of Sophie Speciale (Nora).

Casey Baum (Eugene). Photo by Andy Culhane.
Casey Baum (Eugene). Photo by Andy Culhane.

Interview of Casey Baum (Eugene).


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Brighton Beach Memoirs plays from August 29-September 13, 2014 at Prince George’s Little Theatre (PGLT) performing at Bowie Playhouse – 16500 White Marsh Park Drive, in Bowie, MD. For tickets, call (301) 937-7458 and press 1, or purchase them online.

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