A New Soldier Gets the ‘Biloxi Blues’ at Texarkana’s Perot Theatre
Biloxi Blues is a comedy about young men going off to war. These men are universal soldiers facing the same fears, anxieties, and loneliness that grip all young recruits who encounter the ultimate test of combat. Mr. Simon brings his great sense of humor and humanity to every word of this magnificent play.
Tickets range from $26 – $40 and may be purchased at www.trahc.org or charge by phone at (903) 792-4992.
Date and Time
The play will begin at 7:30 p.m. on Feb. 28.
Actors will perform ‘Biloxi Blues’ at the historic Perot Theatre in downtown Texarkana, Texas.
THE MAIN EVENT
Biloxi Blues is the middle play of the Simon trilogy about his growing up. Beginning with Brighton Beach Memoirs and ending with Broadway Bound, Mr. Simon explores the life and times of Eugene Morris Jerome as he struggles to find a path for his talents and his way in the world. These three plays mark a high point in the career of a master writer. We are very fortunate and proud to once again bring Neil Simon to our national audience with one of his masterpieces: Biloxi Blues. Discover why the New York Times calls this play “heartwarming and funny” and why Variety says it is full of “witty one-liners” and “emotional revelations.”