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    It is 1969 and soldiers are going to Vietnam, astronauts are landing on the moon, and Neil Greenglass is hopelessly in love with the rebellious neighbor boy who is temporarily crashing at his house. The radicalism rubs off and inspires Neil to create an art project for high school that shakes up this small town in Delaware. In this staunchly traditional neighborhood, Neil's true feelings must remain repressed, and for the younger generation, the American Dream seems far away and hard to reach. "The play is largely autobiographical, including all of the details of the same small town I am from, Claymont, Delaware," says playwright Kevin Brofsky. "I also remembered a summer over 30 years ago in that suburban town which was extremely difficult for anyone with interests other than sports to grow up in. I remembered though having a crush on 'an older man of 21'."

    Dates:  Feb. 1, 2004 - Feb. 22, 2004
    Previews start: Jan. 31, 2004
    Schedule:  Wed., Fri., Sat. 7 p.m., Sun. 3 p.m.
    Venue:  Intar53, 508 West 53rd St. at 10th Ave.
    Price:  $15
    Company:  Emerging Artists Theatre Company (EAT)
    Tickets/info:  (212) 627-5792

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