Brighton Beach Memoirs
The Great Depression
The Great Depression began in 1929. It began a little while after the crash of the stock market in October of that year, being the deepest and longest economic downfall in the Western industrialized world. By 1933, Americans were unemployed is numbers of 13 to 15 million and most of the nations banks had failed. President Franklin D. Roosevelt put into play the relief and reform measures, helping to lessen the worst effects. the economy did not turn around till about 1939 when World War II pushed the American industry's in to gear.
Colleges in the 1930's
I believe Eugene will go to Adams State University in Colorado. the tuition he will have to pay is $400. Along with this, he will have to pay $520 for room and board, $35 for his text books, and $260 for clothing and any other things he may need like food. Back then, college wasn't such an enforced thing as it is now-a-days. Every job today, it seems, needs some sort of college education. The Mascot at Adams State University is The Grizzly Bear.
Stan's Apology letter
I would like to begin by saying i sincerely apologize for my unexceptionable actions. What i did was extremely disrespectful and there is no excuse for doing what i did. The moment i did it i knew i was in the wrong.
But please, Mr. Stroheim, please allow me to have my job back. I work hard, arrive on time to work, and get the job done. This incident will never have a repeat in the future. It should have never been done to begin with but we cant change the past, just the future.
Mr.Stroheim, this job means a lot to my family and I, Please sir, reconsider your decision on firing me . I swear on my life, i will do the job properly with no future complications. Again, I sincerely apologize for my actions.
Sincerely, Stanley Jerome
Broadway Show: Cats
Cats was first made on May 11, 1981, with tickets at a price of $92.00. It will be reaturning to London in The Winter of 2015.
videos from Cats
The reviews for cats
Review 1 for Cats
Play was great / sound crew could've done better Bergen Performing Arts Center - Englewood, NJ - Sun, Aug 3, 2014
Posted 08/11/2014by PandorasCat
The songs/dancing/costumes were fabulous... I loved how they came out into the audience during intermission - that was cool! The sound crew, I feel could've done a better job - during a lot of the sounds my friend and I were not able to make out the words... among a few other things. Favorite moment: When the cats came into the audience!
Review 2 for Cats
Two words. Simply Amazing! Bergen Performing Arts Center - Englewood, NJ - Sun, Aug 3, 2014
Posted 08/06/2014by MunkustrapTheCat
They did an amazing production of CATS. Had cats of all ages on stage. They took the time to get all of the character correct voice wise and there make up and costumes were pure stunning. They truly had the magic of CATS at this production. I would definitely see this again if I ever had the chance. Favorite moment: Intermission with tons of CATS everywhere in the audience playing with the kids and other fans,
Review 3 for Cats
"Cats" was awesome! Bergen Performing Arts Center - Englewood, NJ - Sun, Aug 3, 2014
Posted 08/06/2014by mammaladybug86
My family and I enjoyed the performance very much. Favorite moment: The whole performance
Review 4 for Cats
Disappointed Bergen Performing Arts Center - Englewood, NJ - Sun, Aug 3, 2014
Posted 08/06/2014by PapillionNouveau
Paid $80 for decent seats taking my 6 year old to show. Show was cast with HS and College kids. Signing was good, dancing OK as well BUT the sound system was horrible and mucked up several times through out the performance causing people to cover their ears. People next to us never returned after intermission. Energy of the show lagged as well. All in all, was OK since it was for the benefit of my 6 yr old but if I had been with another adult I would have been extremely disappointed vs. just disappointed. Was not worth the money paid. Note: I am a professional actor and teacher with a conservatory education. Favorite moment: Didn't have one.
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