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YA-- An insightful drama about one woman's drive and its emotional toll on her and her family. Grandma Kurnitz has endured many crises, ranging from a harsh childhood in Germany to being a young widow with six children in a foreign country. From her life she learned to be strong, hard, and cold, and this is the lesson she tries to instill in her four remaining children. While her two teenage grandsons are in her care, the three learn the importance of being loved and loving, and the difference between living and surviving. The themes of family ties and the search for love should strike a responsive chord with many young adults.
Patricia A. Long, R.E. Lee High School, Springfield
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Item arrived with timeframe proveded and in great condition. I will be audition for the show early next year and hope having the script will help me win a role.Published 20 months ago by Rebecca Smith
Along with Brighton Beach Memoirs and Broadway Bound, I believe Lost in Yonkers is Simon's best play--addressing the issue of non-conformity. Read morePublished on October 29, 2012 by Marty Nemko
I am not a huge fan of Neil Simon. In general, I find his work to be a bit obvious and overblown, however "Lost in Yonkers" was a major exception. Read morePublished on June 14, 2011 by Erika Taylor
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I have never read a play so easily as this one. Great story, characters, and great writing.Published on October 11, 2010 by Thomas W. Cunningham