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Michael Bradshaw Flynn to Direct New York Debut Of ABNORMAL

Michael Bradshaw Flynn to Direct New York Debut Of ABNORMAL

Broadway Associate Director Michael Bradshaw Flynn (The Front Page, It's Only A Play) leads a talented cast in the NY debut of Abnormal, written by and starring Scott Miesse. The show runs September 14-16, 2018, at Alchemical Studios located at 104 West 14th Street in New York.

Flynn, whose Broadway background came under 8x Tony-Nominated and 3x Tony Award-Winning Director Jack O'Brien (Carousel, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory), is excited to bring this new work to life. Other credits include Assistant Director to the Playwright and 5x Tony-Award Nominee Douglas Carter Beane (Lysistrata Jones, Sister Act) in the production of The Nance (Starring Nathan Lane), and Associate Directed the 8x Tony-Nominated Director Scott Ellis (She Loves Me) in Dada Woof Papa Hot.

Investors that are a part of bringing this work to the Big Apple include Tessa Faye of Tessa Faye Talent, Kevin Martinez, and David Lambert.

Joining Miesse in the cast are Sandy Taylor, (Parade - 4th Wall Theatre), Ashlee Voorsanger (Father of the Bride - Theatre Brookhaven), Haulston Mann (Dog Sees God:Confessions of a Teenage Blockhead, Romeo & Juliet), Katie Lugo (West Side Story -The Harlem Rep Theatre), and Sean Harrison Jones (This Is Our Youth -The Little Theatre).

The Abnormal creative team includes Stage Manager Sophia Grasso, Assistant Director Abbey Kane, Lighting Designer Carly Shiner, Sound Designer Jamie Amadruto, and creative consultation from Gregory Grimes.

Abnormal follows the journey of 21-year-old Sonny, who has been diagnosed with Schizophrenia. As his mother, Robin, shelters him from the harshness of reality, Sonny moves through with little knowledge of the world around him. But as Sonny pieces together his own reality, he begins to ask too many questions which causes the tension to build and Robin finally cracks under the pressure. Sonny challenges Robin to help him discover his own truth and to answer the impossible question: "What is normal?"

The show is set to run 90 minutes, with no intermission, and tickets are on sale for $18 by clicking HERE.



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