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NEXT TO NORMAL

2020-08-02 2:00 pm - 2020-08-02 2:00 pm
Raymond James Theatre
163 3rd St N, Saint Petersburg, FL, United States

 

American Legacy Series
July 15 – August 16, 2020
Winner! 2010 Pulitzer Prize for Drama and three 2009 Tony Awards

This powerful rock musical that took Broadway by storm is a tremendously moving, intimate and ultimately hopeful look at how a “normal” suburban family copes with the effects of mental illness. The Goodmans seem like a perfect family. The only problem is that sometimes mother Diana is, well … a little too happy. Her husband Dan worries all the time. Her daughter Natalie seems awfully intent on getting that scholarship to Yale. And her son Gabe, well … that’s another story entirely.

“Rock is alive and rolling like thunder…an emotional powerhouse.” – Rolling Stone

SUBSCRIPTIONS AVAILABLE NOW!  |  SINGLE TICKETS WILL BE AVAILABLE IN AUGUST 2019.

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