The final chapter of Simon’s “Eugene Trilogy,” Broadway Bound is perhaps the least appreciated of the three. Unlike Biloxi Blues and Brighton Beach Memoirs, which comedically take on the awkward pains of adolescence, Broadway Bound is a poignant play about falling apart. Set in the years following World War II, our heroes Eugene and Stanley are fully grown and struggling to make a living as comedy writers. Still living in their childhood home, the brothers attempt to keep their own lives in check as they piece together the crumbling remains of their parents’ marriage. Nominated for a Pulitzer Prize for Drama, Broadway Bound cracks open the facade to reveal the hurt and pain behind even the most unassuming comedy.