Lost In Yonkers

Lost In Yonkers

CMR client, New Deal Creative Arts Center, proudly presents Neil Simon's Tony and Pulitzer prize winning play, Lost in Yonkers!  CMR Special Counsel, Jeffrey Sculley will be portraying “Uncle Louie”.  Lost in Yonkers will be performed on November 5th, 6th, 12th and 13th at 7:00 PM with a 2:00 PM matinee on November 7th.


Lost in Yonkers is a coming-of-age story set in Yonkers, New York during the 1940s. Simon's greatest and most beloved play centers around two brothers, Jay & Arty, who are sent to live with their grandmother and their childlike Aunt Bella, while their father travels, desperately trying to scrape enough money together while working as a salesman. Over the course of a year, the young boys learn lessons about love, responsibility and the importance of family (and who makes up that family!) that will carry them into adulthood.


Directed by New Deal's Executive Director, Teresa Gasparini, Lost in Yonkers will feature Jackson Bowles (“Arty”), Tamara Cacchione (“Aunt Bella”), Austin Carrothers (“Eddie”), CJ Herriman (“Jay”), Gina Kraut (“Grandma”) and Diana Perretti (“Aunt Gert”), along with Mr. Sculley. This production is stage managed by Jay Iorio and is under the technical direction of Stephen Woodcock.


Lost in Yonkers will be presented at the Morton Memorial Library, 82 Kelly Street, Rhinebeck, NY 12574.   The library is listed on the National and State Registers of Historic Places.  Seating is limited for the safety and comfort of the audience members and actors.  Reserve your tickets soon!


**Proof of vaccination and masks are required at every performance**


Student tickets will be available at the door for $10.00, while general admission seating is $20.00 and may be purchased via Eventbrite at either or on its iOS and Google apps.

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