In Brooklyn, there were Jews, Italians, Irish, Blacks and Puerto Ricans. Steve wanted to be an Italian. Italian guys were cool, drove nice cars and had the most beautiful girls. Steve was Jewish and had a stamp collection. After graduating college, Steve took his accounting diploma, his stamp collection, and his two-month supply of Benadryl and moved back to Brooklyn to do what he loved most: make people laugh. Marshall is a gifted writer, accomplished director, talented actor and a brilliant standup comedian. Come spend an evening with comedian Steve Marshall as he shares his heartfelt (but extremely humorous) stories about sex, ethnicity and being the only Jew in his family. Steve realized the only way to get the real me out -- "Don't Behave." Come see What I Learned in Brooklyn at Boca Raton’s Boca Black Box.