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Welcome to our Bar/Bat Mitzvah Year celebration of the Judy Meltzer “Cinema Under the Stars” Film Festival. On Tuesday evening, August 22 at sundown, we will present “Brighton Beach Memoirs,” a Neil Simon classic, coming-of-age comedy film set in Brooklyn, New York in 1937 amidst the Great Depression. Eugene Morris Jerome, a Polish-Jewish American teenager, searches for identity as he tries to deal with his family.
Enjoy an evening of laughs, refreshments, and an outdoor film.
Sponsored by the Judy Meltzer Cinema Under the Stars Fund