Greater Hamilton Civic Theatre proudly presents the musical “Blood Brothers,” with music, book and lyrics by Willy Russell.
This winner of the Laurence Olivier Award for Best New Musical revolves around fraternal twins who are separated at birth, become close friends, then test their friendship and seal their fate when they fall in love with the same girl.
- Performances will be held at Parrish Auditorium on the Miami University Hamilton campus October 9-11 at 8pm and October 12 at 2pm. Tickets are available online at http://www.ghctplay.com and by phone at 513-737-PLAY. $17 for adults and $16 for students with a valid ID or seniors (60+).
- Due to adult language, parental guidance is suggested. Special group pricing ($14/ticket) is available by phone for groups of 20 or more.
Blood Brothers is produced by Erin Heinrich and directed by Ryan Heinrich with instrumental direction by Mark Durbin, scenic design by Ryan Heinrich and Mary Slocum, sound and lighting by Eric Cimini and costumes by Rhonda Lucas.
This is Ryan Heinrich’s third production as director at GHCT–following “Little Women” in the fall of 2011 and “The Baker’s Wife” in the spring of 2010. Ryan graduated in 2003 from the Boston Conservatory BFA program in Musical Theatre with an emphasis in Directing.
He works as a music director for Kings Island and has also music directed for recent productions of Into the Woods and The Wiz at
Miami University and Phantom of the Opera at Wright State University. He is also the creative director of Fairfield Summer Theatre.
Katelyn Fox, a 2013 graduate of the commercial music program at Belmont University in Nashville, TN, plays the world-worn Mrs. Johnstone. Sean Davis, a current senior in the theatre program at Miami University, plays her son Mickey and Michael Wright, a student in the electrical engineering program at the University of Cincinnati plays Eddie Lyons, Mickey’s twin.