Maltz Jupiter Theatre

MALTZ JUPITER THEATRE
POSTPONES UPCOMING MUSICAL
HOW TO SUCCEED IN BUSINESS WITHOUT REALLY TRYING


March 13, 2020 (Jupiter) – Due to the rising global coronavirus pandemic, the Maltz Jupiter Theatre will postpone its upcoming production of the musical How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying until later this fall.

Originally slated for March 17 – April 5, the musical will now be postponed to a new date range, the timeline of which is currently being developed. Details are being finalized and will be announced soon.

“Nothing is more important than the health and safety of the Maltz Jupiter Theatre’s patrons, employees, volunteers and visiting artists, and postponing our next production is the responsible action to take,” said Andrew Kato, the Theatre’s producing artistic director and chief executive. “While this is devastating to us to have to make changes, we understand the significance of acting swiftly to avoid the possible spread of COVID-19 and make sure our community remains safe.”

While the threat of contracting the virus in Palm Beach County is currently believed to be low, state authorities are warning of the COVID-19 virus’ potential and advising against large gatherings and events to avoid the virus’ potentially rapid spread between people. The Theatre joins the ranks of other arts organizations across the region and country that are acting out of an abundance of caution to protect local citizens from any possible risk.

As a not-for-profit producing regional theatre, the Theatre must now work with its unions, tradespeople, staff, crew, musicians and artists to coordinate details for the production to be remounted in the fall – a task that is no easy feat. The Theatre’s leaders are asking patrons for patience as they take the time to finalize the theatre’s strategy for rescheduling these performances. Box office staff will be contacting ticketholders directly next week regarding options for their tickets for How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying. At this time, the Theatre is asking patrons to please hold off on contacting the box office directly, as they will not be able to provide any resolutions at this time.

Kato pointed out the vulnerability that not-for-profit arts organizations face when hit with a loss like this one; when a show is cancelled or postponed, the organization has already invested an enormous amount of time and money into the creation of the production that they will not be able to recoup.

“The best way for patrons to help organizations like the Maltz Jupiter Theatre is to consider donating their tickets back to the Theatre for a tax-deductible donation or making a new contribution,” he said. “Think of it as an investment in our future; it is in critical times like these that we ask our supporters to stand by and believe in our work. Most nonprofits do not have the huge reserves to shoulder these catastrophic losses and we ask that the public be mindful of that as we journey through this difficult time. We will get through this together, and we’d like to thank our patrons in advance for their support.”

Currently in the final stages of a rigorous three-week rehearsal process, the cast and creative team of How to Succeed In Business Without Really Trying will now perform the show’s dress rehearsal on the Theatre’s stage on Sunday and prepare for a return in the fall.

The Maltz Jupiter Theatre administrative offices and box office will remain open. New and renewing subscribers can still drop their order forms off at the box office or put them in the mail.

The Theatre’s Goldner Conservatory of Performing Arts is currently closed March 13 – 19, following Palm Beach County School District guidelines; the situation will be reassessed at the end of next week.

The Theatre’s one-night-only Keyboard Conversations® concert by pianist Jeffrey Siegel on March 22 has also been postponed; leaders will announce a new date for ticketholders soon.

The Theatre is closely monitoring the guidance provided by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, as well as local and state public health authorities, to safeguard the health and well-being of its guests, students and staff. At this time, Conservatory productions scheduled for May, June and July are expected to proceed as planned. The Theatre has added additional steps in its daily sanitation process, including wiping down armrests, door handles, water fountains, faucets and other surfaces. Antibacterial sanitizer is available at each entrance into the Theatre.

The Theatre’s staff would like to thank patrons for their understanding, patience and continued support. Box office staff are available to answer questions during regular business hours at (561) 575-2223 or www.jupitertheatre.org.

About the Maltz Jupiter Theatre
The not-for-profit Maltz Jupiter Theatre has become one of Florida’s preeminent professional theatres, committed to production and education through its collaborations with local and national artists. Currently the state’s largest award-winning regional theatre, the Theatre draws 100,000 people annually, serves a subscription base of more than 8,230 and has world-class classroom facilities in support of its Goldner Conservatory of Performing Arts, which serves hundreds of youth and adults. The Theatre is a member of the prestigious League of Resident Theatres. For more information about the Theatre’s upcoming shows and Conservatory, visit www.jupitertheatre.org or call the box office at (561) 575-2223.   

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MALTZ JUPITER THEATRE’S ANNUAL GALA
RAISES $742,000 FOR THE NOT-FOR-PROFIT REGIONAL THEATRE
AND ITS CONSERVATORY

The Theatre’s spectacular Chicago-themed gala ‘The Roaring 2020s’ honored the Milton and Tamar Maltz Family Foundation

March 12, 2020 (Jupiter) – It was the party of the decade.

Held February 15 at Jupiter’s hottest new venue, Pelican Club, more than 300 guests donned their swankiest flapper attire and 20s-era suits for the Maltz Jupiter Theatre’s glamorous and daring annual gala, The Roaring 2020s, which raised $742,000 for the not-for-profit Theatre and its Conservatory.

Inspired by the Theatre’s smash hit musical Chicago, the elite affair was hosted by Honorary Chairs Isanne and Sandy Fisher and honored an entity that has supported the Theatre since its inception: the Milton and Tamar Maltz Family Foundation.

Upon arrival, guests received their exclusive keys to enter “Uncle Miltie’s Supper Club and Aunt Tamar’s Emporium” and were treated to an enthralling and fun-filled themed tribute to founding benefactors Milton and Tamar Maltz and their foundation, including a special human-sized surprise cake in honor of their 90th birthdays. Dazzling entertainment featured Broadway’s Matt Loehr and Avery Sommers, as well as high-energy performances by more than 60 children and students from the Theatre’s Conservatory and the Theatre’s Professional Training Program.

“Our guests can’t stop talking about the nonstop fun they had at this year’s gala, and we feel so honored to have such a tremendous continued outpouring of support and enthusiasm from our community,” said Christina Rynasko, the Theatre’s development events and special projects manager. “Our not-for-profit theatre wouldn’t be here without its generous supporters, and we are continually strengthened by the wonderful commitment our friends and family bring to continuing our mission to entertain, educate and inspire.”

With stunning panoramic views of the Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse and Museum and Intracoastal Waterway, an eight-piece orchestra and singer set the mood with Big Band and jazz music as they transported guests back in time to the allure and panache of a prohibition-era Supper Club. Guests danced the night away in the venue’s glass ballroom, bid on elegant auction items to benefit the theatre and were treated to a sumptuous three-course feast at tables adorned with flourishes of burgundy, cream and gold. In true ‘20s style, a flapper and policeman made comical appearances throughout the evening, causing mischief and keeping guests on their toes.

“We are so proud that we were able to honor the Maltz Jupiter Theatre’s founding board members Milton and Tamar Maltz with a party big enough to celebrate all they continue to do – not only for our Theatre, but for their impactful contributions across the country through their foundation,” said Andrew Kato, the Theatre’s producing artistic director and chief executive. “They are true visionaries and leaders who make a difference in everything they do.”

The Foundation – which supports programs in the areas of the arts, health and human services, medical research, education and the environment – was part of the original team credited with the acquisition of the former Burt Reynolds Dinner Theatre building and its subsequent transformation into the Maltz Jupiter Theatre. Nine years later, the Foundation helped create the Theatre’s $10 million endowment by committing $7 million through a three-to-one matching fundraising challenge, and last season, the Maltzes announced that the Foundation would match all new donations to the Theatre’s Believe capital campaign dollar-for-dollar up to $5 million, inspiring the community to invest further in the Theatre’s expansive future.

The Theatre is only one piece of a diverse tapestry of initiatives the Foundation has fulfilled, including the creation of the International Spy Museum in Washington, D.C. and the Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage in Beechwood, Ohio. They have worked tirelessly to ensure that art remains accessible to young people at both the Cleveland Orchestra and the Cleveland Museum of Art. Their focus on medical research has seen the creation of the innovative Cleveland Clinic Mobile Stroke Unit.

The gala raised funds for the Theatre’s award-winning productions to help keep its performances affordable for all, as well as inspiring the next generation of young audiences through the Theatre’s community outreach programs. It also helped support local families by providing scholarships for children to attend classes and camps at the Conservatory. More than 25 percent of students receive scholarships.

Located on the Theatre’s property in Jupiter, the Conservatory is a premiere professional Conservatory that offers a challenging, innovative and quality theatre experience to students of all ages and abilities. In addition to a full schedule of year round classes, the unique connection to the Theatre allows for exclusive hands-on workshops and master classes that offer students an opportunity to learn from nationally-known directors and Broadway performers, agents and local instructors. With state-of-the-art dance, voice and acting studios, the Conservatory is also home to the Theatre’s Professional Training Program, a two-year certificate program designed to train young actors for a career in theatre, musical theatre, film and television. The Conservatory draws more than 600 students per year from as far as Miami, Wellington and Fort Pierce.

Sponsors for The Roaring 2020s gala included Executive Producer Hawthorn, PNC Family Wealth; Grand Benefactors Roberta and Harvey Golub, Donald Huber and Saks Fifth Avenue, Palm Beach Gardens, Peggy and Rick Katz and Milton and Tamar Maltz; Diamond Sponsors Phebe Bauer, Dr. Alceste T. Pappas and Mr. Sylvan V. Endich, Sandy and Isanne Fisher, Roe Green and The Roe Green Foundation, Sallie and Berton E. Korman, Jane F. Napier, Diane and James E. Perrella and Kristina and W. Scott Seeley; Platinum Sponsors The Clark Family Private Foundation, Vickie and Jack Farber, The Gardens Mall, Nancy and Bill Gilbane, Wallace Graham and Louise Coffman, Priscilla Heublein, Ellen and Robert Lehrer, Elizabeth and James Li, The Modica Family, Sally and Tom Neff, Pelican Club, Schacknow Family Foundation, Inc., Seabourn, The Travel Gallery, Viking Cruises, VIP Vacations, Inc. and Penni and Stephen Weinberg; Gold Sponsors Anonymous, Louise Austin, Joan and Richard Barovick, Lynn and George Bovenizer, Susan and John Damon, The Tux Shop, John and Melinda Geberth, Mary Ellen and Dermot Healey, Betty and Rodger Hess, Dr. James H. Howenstine, Lyn Ianuzzi, Joseph U. Horton and Michael G. McCafferty, Bill and Kay Morton, Elizabeth Neuhoff, Dr. and Mrs. Simon Parisier, Emily and Naj Pervez, Janis and John Ruan, III, Barbara and Peter Sidel, Kim and Sal Tiano and Gil Walsh; Underwriters ACIS Educational Tours, Nancy Y. and Martin Cohen Charitable Trust, The Dress Collection, Christina and James Embrescia, Gilbane Building Company, Irene T.S. Goodkind, Debra Kelly-Ennis, Katie and Andy Newitt, A-1 Moving & Storage, Linda and Bruce Stoesser and Mr. and Mrs. Stanley S. Trotman, Jr.; and Media Sponsor Palm Beach Illustrated.

Planning for next season’s gala is currently underway. To become a sponsor or for additional information, contact development events and special projects manager Christina Rynasko at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or (561) 972-6150.

About the Maltz Jupiter Theatre
The not-for-profit Maltz Jupiter Theatre has become one of Florida’s preeminent professional theatres, committed to production and education through its collaborations with local and national artists. Currently the state’s largest award-winning regional theatre, the Theatre draws 100,000 people annually, serves a subscription base of more than 8,240 and has world-class classroom facilities in support of its Goldner Conservatory of Performing Arts, which serves hundreds of youth and adults. The Theatre is a member of the prestigious League of Resident Theatres. For more information about the Theatre’s upcoming shows and Conservatory, visit www.jupitertheatre.org or call the box office at (561) 575-2223.   

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Linnea Bailey (561) 713-0673
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 BIG BUSINESS MEANS BIG LAUGHS WITH
EXHILERATING COMIC GEM
HOW TO SUCCEED IN BUSINESS WITHOUT REALLY TRYING
AT THE MALTZ JUPITER THEATRE

Tickets are going fast for the Theatre’s production of the hilarious irreverent romp about ambition and life on the corporate ladder


February 24, 2020 (Jupiter) – Take a break from the office and treat yourself to the Broadway megahit How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying!

Onstage at the Maltz Jupiter Theatre March 17 – April 5, this nine-time Tony Award®-winning musical follows the wild adventures of J. Pierrepont Finch, who discovers a handbook that shows him how to climb the corporate ladder from lowly window washer to high-powered executive. Filled with iconic tunes such as “Brotherhood of Man,” “I Believe in You” and “Paris Original,” this charming musical sendup will keep you laughing as it skewers corporate life and office politics.

“Our two most recent musicals have sold out before performances even started, so I want to encourage patrons to purchase tickets now before it’s too late,” said Andrew Kato, the Theatre’s producing artistic director and chief executive. “How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying has all of the ingredients of a terrific evening out to the theater; it’s funny, clever and smart, with an infectious score, sensational dancing and a delightful look at office life in the ‘60s. Don’t miss it!”

With music and lyrics by Frank Loesser and book by Abe Burrows, Jack Weinstock and Willie Gilbert, How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying is unique for winning both a slew of Tony Awards® and the Pulitzer Prize for its 1961 debut. An instant audience favorite, a film version was released in 1967, followed by Broadway revivals in 1995 and 2011.

The musical stings mischievously and laughs uproariously!” raved The New York Times, while the New York Daily News deemed it “the definitive musical about high life in the city” and the New York Herald Tribune dubbed it “exhilarating!” as well as “crafty, conniving, sneaky, cynical, irreverent, impertinent, sly, malicious, and lovely, just lovely.” The New York Journal American declared it to be “inventive and stylized and altogether infectious.”

The Theatre’s production will be directed by Andy Sandberg (an award-winning director, writer, and Tony®-winning producer whose credits span Broadway, Off-Broadway, and London, and who also serves as Artistic Director and CEO of the Hermitage Artist Retreat in Sarasota) and choreographed by Rommy Sandhu (known for work regionally across the country and on and off Broadway).

“I am incredibly excited to be directing How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying at the Maltz Jupiter Theatre with this extraordinary cast and team,” said director Andy Sandberg, who returns to the Theatre after workshopping a new version of his play Application Pending as part of the ARC Festival (2018) following its Off-Broadway premiere. “I had a wonderful experience being part of the ARC Festival, and I am thrilled to be back in Jupiter directing one of the all-time great musical comedies as the last show of the subscription season. It’s going to be a fun ride!”

Showcasing a cast of 21 triple-threat performers, the musical will feature 2019 Lucille Lortel Award nominee Sam Bolen as J. Pierrepont Finch (who co-conceived and stars in the new Off-Broadway musical Midnight at The Never Get) and Clara Cox as secretary Rosemary Pilkington (Katherine in the Theatre’s production of Disney Newsies The Musical). Johnnie Hawkins will star as World Wide Wicket Company boss J.B. Biggley (known for performances across the world and the 2007 tour of I Love a Piano), while Blake Zolfo will portray his nephew Bud Frump (known for originating the role of Andrew in John Kander and Greg Pierce’s Kid Victory), Broadway’s Leslie Donna Flesner will portray Biggley’s mistress Hedy La Rue (Tootsie, Hello, Dolly! and An American in Paris, among others) and Tara Tagliaferro will portray Rosemary’s best friend and fellow secretary Smitty (seen recently the Theatre’s hit production of The Producers).

The musical’s creative team features a host of talented professionals, including scenic designer Adam Koch (known for the Theatre’s productions of Chicago, West Side Story, Disney Beauty and the Beast and Disney Newsies The Musical) and his longtime collaborator, associate scenic designer and projection designer Steven Royal; lighting designer Kirk Bookman (Brighton Beach Memoirs, A Doll’s House, Part 2, An Inspector Calls, Hairspray, Thoroughly Modern Millie and Glengarry Glen Ross); costume designer Leon Dobkowski (The Wiz); music director Eric Alsford (Chicago, A Chorus Line, The Wiz, Les Miserables, South Pacific and Mamma Mia!), hair and wig designer Gerard Kelly (who has designed for Hair on Broadway and on London’s West End), associate choreographer Dennis O'Bannion (seen in the Theatre’s productions of The Music Man, The Producers and Crazy For You, among others) and award-winning resident sound designer Marty Mets.

Looking for a unique outing for your group? Look no further than the Theatre! Gather your family, neighbors, employees or colleagues for an unforgettable and fun-filled experience seeing the show. To compliment your exceptional outing, consider one of the Theatre’s many preferred restaurants and hotel packages. Great seats and discounted group rates are available, and The Green Room Club Level Lounge is available for private events and functions.

Patrons may purchase tickets for club level premium seats in the Theatre’s premium space, The Green Room, and enjoy the stylish lounge and amenities throughout the season. Amenities include spacious 23” seats, a lounge with a private bar and restrooms, one free drink of choice with ticket purchase (evening performances only for season shows), panoramic views of the stage and a private entrance and elevator. Groups who purchase all 62 Club Level seats to a performance receive full access to The Green Room Club Level Lounge at no additional charge to host a private event, such as a catered dinner or cocktail party.

How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying is sponsored by John Osher, Priscilla Heublein and Jana and Ken Kahn, LRP Media Group and Carol and Jack Parker. Single tickets start at $62. For tickets and showtimes, call (561) 575-2223 or visit www.jupitertheatre.org. For more information on bringing your group to the Theatre, contact group sales associate Lina Lacy at (561) 972-6117.

About the Maltz Jupiter Theatre
The not-for-profit Maltz Jupiter Theatre has become one of Florida’s preeminent professional theatres, committed to production and education through its collaborations with local and national artists. Currently the state’s largest award-winning regional theatre, the Theatre draws 100,000 people annually, serves a subscription base of more than 8,230 and has world-class classroom facilities in support of its Goldner Conservatory of Performing Arts, which serves hundreds of youth and adults. The Theatre is a member of the prestigious League of Resident Theatres. For more information about the Theatre’s upcoming shows and Conservatory, visit www.jupitertheatre.org or call the box office at (561) 575-2223.   

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Media Contact:
Linnea Bailey (561) 713-0673
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Calendar listing:

How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying
March 17 – April 5, 2020
Book by Abe Burrows, Jack Weinstock, Willie Gilbert
Music and Lyrics by Frank Loesser
Frank Loesser’s satiric score pokes fun at big business in this nine-time Tony Award®-winning musical. J. Pierrepont Finch discovers a handbook that shows him how to climb the corporate ladder from lowly window washer to high-powered executive. Filled with iconic tunes such as “Brotherhood of Man,” “I Believe in You” and “Paris Original,” How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying will have you laughing at all-too-familiar office scenarios. Sponsored by John Osher, Priscilla Heublein and Jana and Ken Kahn, LRP Media Group and Carol and Jack Parker. Visit www.jupitertheatre.org or call (561) 575-2223 for showtimes; tickets start at $62.

CELEBRATE NEIL SIMON
WITH BRIGHTON BEACH MEMOIRS
AT THE MALTZ JUPITER THEATRE

Only a few seats remain for the Theatre’s production of the beloved playwright’s award-winning semi-autobiographical play about navigating the waters of adolescence in 1937 Brooklyn


February 20, 2020 (Jupiter) – Growing up isn’t easy.

Just ask 15-year-old Eugene Morris Jerome, the teen at the center of Neil Simon’s beloved Brighton Beach Memoirs who grapples with coming of age during The Great Depression in the Brighton Beach section of Brooklyn, New York.

As the pressures of the impending war unfold around him, Eugene navigates the waters of adolescence and family dynamics in Simon’s touching, funny and unforgettable semi-autobiographical play, onstage at the Maltz Jupiter Theatre February 23 through March 8.

“Neil Simon’s award-winning Brighton Beach Memoirs is a timeless story that offers a glimpse of life in pre-World War II America but also transcends generations – and our audiences know that it’s something not to be missed,” said Andrew Kato, the Theatre’s producing artistic director and chief executive. “For the second time in a row this season, the show’s run is nearly completely sold out, with only a few final tickets that remain. I’d like to encourage local theatregoers not to wait and to buy tickets now for the final production of our season, How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying.”

The first chapter in what is known as Simon’s Eugene trilogy (preceding Biloxi Blues and Broadway Bound), Brighton Beach Memoirs premiered on Broadway in 1983 starring Matthew Broderick, where it earned three Tony Awards® and became the last non-musical play to run over 1,000 consecutive performances on Broadway. The New York Post called the play Simon’s “best play yet,” and it was later adapted into a 1986 film starring Jonathan Silverman.

Directed by award-winning South Florida director J. Barry Lewis (whose recent work at the Theatre includes A Doll’s House, Part 2, An Inspector Calls, Disgraced, Frost/Nixon, Glengarry Glen Ross, Dial M for Murder and Doubt: A Parable), the play will feature a cast of seven acclaimed actors, including many from South Florida. The cast includes Anthony Zambito as Eugene (whose credits include Peter Pan), Avi Hoffman as Jack (known for his Drama Desk-nominated Yiddish-language production of Death of a Salesman, as well as his one-man shows), Laura Turnbull as Kate (seen recently as Mrs. Pott’s in the Theatre’s hit production of Disney Beauty and the Beast), Alex Walton as Stanley (seen recently in Next to Normal and Hair), Margery Lowe as Blanche (who recently closed the world premiere of Ordinary Americans at Palm Beach Dramaworks), Krystal Millie Valdes as Nora (The House of Blue Leaves at Palm Beach Dramaworks) and Alexa Lasanta as Laurie (the recent national tour of The Sound of Music).

“Writing at the peak of a brilliant theatrical career, Simon wrote about family; his family, our family and every family,” Lewis said. “Through his work, we are able to identify ourselves on stage as we observe the challenges of growing together, day to day, and often dealing with nothing more important than the simple joys of sharing a meal together.”

The production will showcase the artistry of a host of talented designers, including scenic designer Anne Mundell (A Doll’s House, Part 2, Born Yesterday, Disgraced, The Audience, Frost/Nixon, Glengarry Glen Ross and Other Desert Cities), lighting designer Kirk Bookman (A Doll’s House, Part 2, An Inspector Calls, Hairspray, Thoroughly Modern Millie and Glengarry Glen Ross), costume designer Tracy Dorman (A Doll’s House, Part 2, An Inspector Calls, Alfred Hitchcock’s The 39 Steps and Agatha Christie: The Mousetrap), hair and wig designer Gerard Kelly (who has designed for Hair on Broadway and on London’s West End) and award-winning resident sound designer Marty Mets.

Patrons may purchase tickets for club level premium seats in the Theatre’s premium space, The Green Room, and enjoy the stylish lounge and amenities throughout the season. Amenities include spacious 23” seats, a lounge with a private bar and restrooms, one free drink of choice with ticket purchase (evening performances only for season shows), panoramic views of the stage and a private entrance and elevator. Groups who purchase all 62 Club Level seats to a performance receive full access to The Green Room Club Level Lounge at no additional charge to host a private event, such as a catered dinner or cocktail party.

Brighton Beach Memoirs is sponsored by Bob and Patty Hendrickson.

Single tickets for Brighton Beach Memoirs and How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying start at $62. For tickets and showtimes, call (561) 575-2223 or visit www.jupitertheatre.org. For more information on bringing your group to the Theatre, contact group sales associate Lina Lacy at (561) 972-6117.

About the Maltz Jupiter Theatre
The not-for-profit Maltz Jupiter Theatre has become one of Florida’s preeminent professional theatres, committed to production and education through its collaborations with local and national artists. Currently the state’s largest award-winning regional theatre, the Theatre draws 100,000 people annually, serves a subscription base of more than 8,230 and has world-class classroom facilities in support of its Goldner Conservatory of Performing Arts, which serves hundreds of youth and adults. The Theatre is a member of the prestigious League of Resident Theatres. For more information about the Theatre’s upcoming shows and Conservatory, visit www.jupitertheatre.org or call the box office at (561) 575-2223.   

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Media Contact:
Linnea Bailey (561) 713-0673
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Calendar listings:

Brighton Beach Memoirs
February 23 – March 8, 2020
By Neil Simon
Centered on the relatable angst of growing up, Neil Simon’s Brighton Beach Memoirs follows 15-year-old Eugene Jerome as he navigates the waters of adolescence. Set in 1937 Brooklyn, Simon’s award-winning play perfectly captures a classic coming-of-age story surrounded by identifiable family characters as they confront the pressures of the impending war. Celebrate the life and works of Neil Simon with a production of his most memorable play. Sponsored by Bob and Patty Hendrickson. Visit www.jupitertheatre.org or call (561) 575-2223 for showtimes; tickets start at $62.

How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying
March 17 – April 5, 2020
Book by Abe Burrows, Jack Weinstock, Willie Gilbert
Music and Lyrics by Frank Loesser
Frank Loesser’s satiric score pokes fun at big business in this nine-time Tony Award®-winning musical. J. Pierrepont Finch discovers a handbook that shows him how to climb the corporate ladder from lowly window washer to high-powered executive. Filled with iconic tunes such as “The Brotherhood of Man” and “Company Way,” How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying will have you laughing at all-too-familiar office scenarios. Sponsored by John Osher, Priscilla Heublein and Jana and Ken Kahn, LRP Media Group and Carol and Jack Parker. Visit www.jupitertheatre.org or call (561) 575-2223 for showtimes; tickets start at $62.

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