Nina & Martin Rosenzweig
West Boca Theatre Company 2021-22 Season

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Drama, comedy, music—don't miss a moment of engaging, compelling, and delightful live theater at the Levis JCC.

All performances will be live in person in Beifield Auditorium. Limited socially distance seating protocols in place. Mandatory face coverings required at all times.

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Generously underwritten by Gerald Golden (of blessed memory), Beverly & David Feiges, Nina & Marty Rosenzweig, Judi & Allan Schuman and Lenore Tagerman

Fully Committed: Becky Mode

Thursdays, November 11, 18 • 7:30 pm
Saturdays, November 13, 20 • 7:30 pm
Sundays, November 14, 21 • 2:00 pm

One man, FORTY crazy characters! Sam Peliczowski, an out-of-work actor, mans the red-hot reservation line at Manhattan’s number-one restaurant. He faces coercion, threats, bribes, histrionics and a cast of desperate callers who will stop at nothing in their zeal to land a prime reservation (or the right table). Amid the barrage, Sam’s got his own needs to contend with, and he’s up for a choice part at Lincoln Center! While juggling scheming socialites, name-dropping wannabes, fickle celebrities and egomaniacal bosses, can he manage to look out for himself and get home for the holidays?

Same Time, Next Year: Bernard Slade

Thursdays, December 9, 16 • 7:30 pm
Saturdays, December 11, 18 • 7:30 pm
Sundays, December 12, 19 • 2:00 pm

George meets Doris in a California restaurant in 1951 and they have an affair. While happily married to other people and despite six children between them, they agree to meet at an inn once each year. Over 25 years they develop a deep emotional connection. George is a guilt-ridden, neurotic accountant, stuffy and rich. Giving it up, he goes into analysis, joins therapy, becomes a latter-day hippie and finally returns to the establishment. Doris starts as an awkward girl, yet becomes a progressively restless housewife, a college student returnee, over-aged flower child, career woman and, finally, settled matron. Their changes, however, never synchronize – making for a poignant drama as well as hilarious comedy.

I Ought To Be In Pictures: Neil Simon

Thursdays, January 6 • 7:30 pm
Saturdays, January 8, 15, 22 • 7:30 pm
Sundays January 9, 16 • 2:00 pm

Libby Tucker, a 19-year-old headstrong aspiring actress, impulsively hitchhikes from New York to Hollywood to visit her long-estranged screenwriter father Herbert. It soon becomes clear that the underemployed father and his hairdresser girlfriend Steffy are in no position to advance her career, and he is certainly not the successful hero she has imagined. Father and daughter piece together their pasts, uncover truths about themselves and lay the ground for a future in this tender and vibrant comedy.

Steel Magnolias: Robert Harling

Thursdays, February 10, 17, 24 • 7:30 pm
Saturdays, February 12, 19, 26 • 7:30 pm
Sundays February, 13, 20 • 2:00 pm

Truvy Jones runs a successful beauty salon in Chinquapin, Louisiana, where all the ladies in the neighborhood have a standing Saturday appointment. Helped by her eager new assistant, Annelle, the outspoken, wise-cracking Truvy dispenses shampoos and free advice to the town’s rich curmudgeon, Ouiser; eccentric millionaire Miss Clairee; and the local social leader, M’Lynn, whose daughter, Shelby is about to marry a “good ole boy.” Together, the women make their way over life’s many hurdles, finding strength, comfort, love and a fair amount of verbal collisions along the way.

The God Of Isaac: James Sherman

Thursdays, March 10, 17 • 7:30 pm
Saturdays, March 12, 19 • 7:30 pm
Sundays March, 13, 20 • 2:00 pm

When Isaac Adams, a second generation American Jew, learns of plans for a neo-Nazi group to stage a demonstration in Skokie, Illinois, he wonders, what, if anything, his involvement should be. Determined to find the truth, Isaac ultimately comes to terms with his heritage, his mother, and himself. When does assimilation become erasure? This is a cleverly funny play about what it is to be Jewish, and also a warning to be aware and proud of being Jewish.

Words ... Alive!

The Exiles
Wednesday, December 15, 3:00 pm
In the 1840's the United Kingdom frequently exiled those found guilty of crimes both minor and major to penal colonies in Australia, its fledgling, untamed colony. Three remarkable women from varied backgrounds form an unbreakable bond in facing the punishing and brutally unfair life they are condemned to live in the "land beyond the sea". Based on true events, author Christine Baker Kline brilliantly recreates the hardships of life in this new land while unraveling the opportunities for independence and freedom which these women seized.

Behind the Mask of Comedy: Joan Rivers
Wednesday, February 9, 3:00 pm
Joan Rivers carried the mantle of hardest working woman in show business. Why was her ambition so relentless? Where did the drive and energy come from? From her own words and those of her mother and daughter, you will learn the back story of a remarkable woman who desired to be a star but never felt comfortable with her success. Love her or not, you will not soon forget her compelling story.

Olive Kitteridge
Wednesday, April 6, 3;00 pm
Adapted from the novel by Elizabeth Strout this is staged reading of OLIVE KITTERIDGE. It tells the poignantly sweet, acerbically funny and devastatingly tragic story of a seemingly placid New England town wrought with illicit affairs, crime and tragedy, told through the lens of Olive whose wicked wit and harsh demeanor mask a warm but troubled heart and staunch moral center. Adaptation written by Carol Clarke.

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