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"I love living, I have some problems with my life, but living is the best thing they've come up with so far."

- Neil Simon


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Simon at Domino

Domino Theatre has produced a good many Neil Simon plays over the years, starting with The Sunshine Boys in 1976:

  • The Sunshine Boys, 1976
  • The Gingerbread Lady, 1977
  • California Suite, 1981
  • I Ought To Be In Pictures, 1985
  • Plaza Suite, 1988
  • Barefoot in the Park, 1992
  • Chapter Two, 1994
  • Brighton Beach Memoirs, 1994
  • Biloxi Blues, 1997
  • The Odd Couple (Female Version), 1997
  • Broadway Bound, 2000
  • Lost In Yonkers, 2001
  • Barefoot in the Park, 2003
  • Rumors, 2008
  • Rose's Dilemma, 2012

Neil Simon

Neil Simon died August 26, at the age of 91. He wrote more than 30 plays and about as many film adaptations, received more Oscar and Tony nominations than any other writer, and in 1983 became the first living American playwright to have a theatre named after him.

Born in the New York borough of The Bronx in 1927, Marvin Neil Simon started his career writing comedy scripts for radio and television. His first play was Come Blow Your Horn, which opened in 1961 and ran for 678 performancs on Broadway. His next two plays were among his best-known: Barefoot in the Park and The Odd Couple. Other notable works included his autobiographical trilogy, Brighton Beach Memoirs, Biloxi Blues and Broadway Bound.

The Neil Simon Theater in New York

The Neil Simon Theater in New York was the first Broadway theater ever named after a living playwright.

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