Blood Brothers

Blood Brothers

by Willy Russell

Blood Brothers is the longest running show in the history of the West End, and now you’ll be able to see it without crossing the pond!  Premiering in London in 1983, and still playing to sold out house today, Blood Brothers is a haunting rags to riches tragedy for our times.  Two twins are separated at birth after their mother makes an agreement with her well-to-do employer.  The boys grow up streets apart, never learning the truth but becoming firm friends and falling in love with the same girl.  But the price of fate is costly, and must be paid.  Known as “The Standing Ovation Musical” for its harrowing final scene, Blood Brothers is sure to keep you on the edge of your seat until its final moments!

221 Farmers Alley

Jun
3
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Jun
19

Creative

Director Kathy Mulay

Musical Director Catherine Walker Adams

Technical Director Tom Shuster

Scenic Design W. Douglas Blickle

Lighting Design David Downey

Sound Design Les Batts

Costume Design Donna McKenna

Stage Manager Roger W. Burleigh

Prop Design Brian Panse

Hair/Wig Design Sandy Morton

Graphic Design Chris Honeysett

Cast

Mrs. Johnstone Jennifer Chada*

Mickey Bernard Balbot

Eddie Keith Allen

Sammy Philip Maxwell

Linda Hannah Sielatycki

Mrs. Lyons Sandy Zwier

Mr. Lyons Atis Kleinbergs

Narrator Adam F. Carter

Ensemble Kelly Moran Downey

Ensemble Amanda Martin

Ensemble Brock Neubauer

Ensemble Brian Panse

Ensemble Mary Teutsch

Ensemble Cece Weeks

Ensemble Mitch Voss

Linda Understudy Amanda Martin

News

Strong leads help 'Blood Brothers' sing

Jun 7, 2011 / Encore Michigan

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comments British musical 'Blood Brothers' earns standing ovation from audience at Farmers Alley Theatre

Jun 4, 2011 / MLive

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Farmers Alley spins powerful musical of separated siblings in 'Blood Brothers'

May 30, 2011 / MLive

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Farmers Alley spins powerful musical of separated siblings in 'Blood Brothers'

May 30, 2011 / MLive

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