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Last Update: 10/11/12 04:06:33 PM
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Next to Normal  | Open: 10/25/12 Close: 11/11/12

The groundbreaking musical explores how one suburban family copes with crisis. With powerful lyrics and an electrifying pop-rock score of more than 30 songs, this intense, emotional and ultimately hopeful musical aims right for the heart with its story of a family coming to terms with its past and bravely facing its future. Musically Human is the first company to produce the show in New York City following its long Broadway run and National Tour.
"It's a deep exploration of pain, sorrow and love with no easy out or Hollywood ending, but ultimately it is a hopeful story," said Director David Norwood. "I knew when we decided to do this show, that an African-American actress had to play Diana," Norwood continues. According to the National Alliance on Mental Illness, many African American women do not seek treatment for depression or mental illness because it is viewed as a personal weakness, not a health problem. Only 12 percent of African American women seek help and/or treatment.
In addition to winning the Pulitzer Prize for Drama in 2010, Next to Normal was nominated for eleven 2009 Tony Awards® and won three; Best Original Score, Best Orchestrations and Best Performance by a Leading Actress in a Musical for Alice Ripley.
Next to Normal features a creative team that includes Joseph Croghan (scenic design), Michael O'Connor (lighting design), Jacob Subotnick (Sound Design) and Michael Starobin & Tom Kitt (orchestrations). Arysbells Figueredo is the Production Stage Manager. Jeremy Robin Lyons is the Music Director, and will conduct the 6-piece band.

Music by Tom Kitt
Book and Lyrics by Brian Yorkey 
Direction & Musical Staging by David Norwood
October 25 - November 11, 2012
Studio 501 @ CAP 21
Gross Indecency: The Three Trials Of Oscar Wilde  | Open: 07/25/12 Close: 07/28/12
LOVE, ART, LUST, IDENTITY, MAN: all put on trial, history forever changed.

Composed entirely of court records, memoirs, and other first-hand accounts of the 1895 homosexuality trials of Oscar Wilde, 'GROSS INDECENCY' is a gripping piece of documentary theatre that examines the very origins of the gay identity, how it intersects with art, and how this relationship has affected social history and the search for identity instead of 'otherness' over the past century. This bold new staging seeks to find a connection between Wilde's story and the modern struggle to discover if 'man' and 'homosexual' are terms of mutual exclusivity, and if these societal structures will ever collapse.

Written by Moisès Kaufman.
Produced by The BASiC Theatre Project.
Directed by Zi Alikhan.

Featuring: Daniel Burns, Drew Feldman, Ben Fisher, Joshua Forcum, Michael Greehan, Anthony Jackson, Charlie Kolarich, Russell Peck, and Carl Michael Wilson.

Designed/Managed by: Mia Cook, Daniel Crowley, Joanna Emmott, Danielle Mahoney, Mariliza Parker, and Jason Sherwood.