is one of the most powerful stage experiences to hit Broadway in recent years becoming the most talked about new show across the country. This brave and breathtaking musical is the acclaimed, groundbreaking show “that pushed Broadway in new directions” (says ).
This electrifying, powerful rock musical tells the intense and poignant story of a mother, Diana, who begins what appears to be an ordinary day with her husband, her 16 year old daughter, and nearly 18 year old son. The musical follows the humor and pathos of this suburban family dealing with mental illness. As Diana embarks on yet another round of treatment for bipolar disorder, the family secrets emerge forcing us to question the always ideal definition of normal. It is a theatrical experience like no other that will pin you to your seat as you immerse in this emotional powerhouse that changed musical theatre forever with this thrilling, contemporary rock score.
CONTAINS HARSH LANGUAGE AND ADULT THEMES - RECOMMENDED FOR MATURE AUDIENCES
Tickets to Next to Normal are priced at $16 for Adults and $14 for students/seniors. Tickets for opening night (Friday, May 23rd) are priced at $14 for adults and $12 for students. There is also a $2 per ticket discount available for groups of 10 or more. Tickets to Next to Normal may be purchased in person at the Theatre Alliance Box Office (Fridays from 12:30-3:00 p.m.), online at www.wstheatrealliance.org or by calling Brown Paper Tickets at (800) 838-3006. Please call Theatre Alliance at (336) 723-7777 with any questions about this or future shows.
Student Rush: $12 before any performance. Tickets will go on sale five minutes before show time. MUST show current, valid student ID. Attendees must wait in a standby line until 5 minutes to show time, at which point, available seating is released. Tickets may not be reserved for Student Rush, under no circumstances; they must be purchased at the Box Office, 5 minutes prior to that day's performance. Limit one ticket per student. All seats subject to availability."
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