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Florida Theatrical Association Announces The Cast Of BLOOD BROTHERS At The Abbey

FTA's production of Blood Brothers is directed by Kenny Howard.

Florida Theatrical Association Announces The Cast Of BLOOD BROTHERS At The Abbey

Florida Theatrical Association has announced the cast of the Tony-nominated musical Blood Brothers, coming to The Abbey in downtown Orlando June 10 to 19.

Joining the previously announced Sarah-lee Dobbs, who will play Mrs. Johnstone, are Adam DelMedico and Pat Clark as the brothers Mickey and Eddie, respectively, with Morgan Howland-Cook as Mrs. Lyons, Shea Rafferty as the Narrator, Tiffany Bishop as Linda, Jason Blackwater as Sammy, and David Lowe as Mr. Lyons. Rounding out the cast are Julia Gustafson, Alaina Kizer, Michael McNamara, Brandon Munoz, Michelle Procopio, and Stephen Pugh. FTA's production of Blood Brothers is directed by Kenny Howard, and will feature musical direction by Jason Whitehead, set design by Bonnie Sprung, and lighting design by Troy Bolin.

Written by Willy Russell, the legendary Blood Brothers tells the captivating and moving tale of twins who, separated at birth, grow up on opposite sides of the social and economic tracks, only to meet again with fateful consequences. Blood Brothers is one of the longest running shows on London's West End, playing for more than 24 years and 10,000 performances. The Broadway production was nominated for six Tony Awards.

Tickets for Blood Brothers are on sale now and can be purchased at General admission tickets are $15 and VIP tickets are $25, which include reserved table seating.

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Florida Theatrical Association, the non-profit presenter of Broadway in Orlando, Fort Lauderdale and Miami, strives in its mission to educate and develop new theater audiences, while encouraging and preserving the presentation of touring Broadway theater. Since 1989 Florida Theatrical Association has presented more than 1,000 Broadway performances and distributed more than $1.5 million in scholarships and grants to arts organizations across the state of Florida. For more information, visit

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