LIMITED ENGAGEMENT – March 15th – April 5th
Venue: JCC Manhattan, Amsterdam Ave. at 76 Street

See below for ticket information

Three plays tracing the America-Jewish experience across three generations.
filled with laughter and pathos, written by Murray Schisgal.
(Oscar and Golden Globe nominated author of Tootsie, Luv and others).

The Pushcart Peddlers
Directed by Motl Didner
On the gold-paved streets of the Lower East Side, a fresh off the boat greenhorn is taught the ropes by a landsman who arrived two days earlier. Life moves fast in America and so does this uproarious comedy.

The Man Who Couldn’t Stop Crying
Directed by Gene Saks
A marital crisis arises in the luxurious confines of an Upper West Side condo as a man finds everything in life, from the mundane to the most personal, to be so moving that he can’t hold back his tears.

74 Georgia Avenue
Directed by Bob Dishy
When Marty visits the once-Jewish Brooklyn neighborhood of his youth, he is surprised to find out how much of his past remains with the present tenant of his old apartment.

Orchestra $55, Balcony $45,
Students $25
or call 1-800-595-4849 for tix
Group Sales- 212-213-2120 x204

Shows are :Wednesdays 2:00pm & 8:00pm Thursdays 2:00pm & 8:00pm Saturdays 8:30pm Sundays 2:00pm & 6:00pm