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Alex Theatre
between Wilson and California 216 N. Brand Blvd. Glendale, CA 91203
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178 stars
The weather was sunny and a little warm. I wore nice shirt and slakes and carried a sweater ..
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1 stars
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"Blood Brothers In Concert"
11 ratings
4.9 average rating
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Scott M.
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16 reviews
8 stars
attended Jun 18 2007

Easy process, really enjoyable show, great music. Thanks for making these tickets available!

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3 reviews
0 stars
attended Jun 18 2007

While technically a "Staged Reading," this performance was more than sufficiently staged, sung and acted to relay the brilliance of the musical Blood Brothers. It was performed superbly and incredibly emotionally by a brilliant cast. Quite...continued

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0 stars
attended Jun 18 2007

This performance was amazing. I have seen this performance in London and had to see at the Alex. Even though they have scripts in hand, they did an amazing job. I had a wonderful time.

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Winner of the 1983 Olivier Award for Musical of the Year
“Unmissable and unbeatable” —International Herald Tribune
Blood Brothers is still one of the best pieces of popular theatre around.” —The Times of London


Blood Brothers, by award-winning playwright Willy Russell (Educating Rita, Shirley Valentine), takes the classic story of twins separated at birth and transforms it into a moving musical tragedy.

Mrs. Johnstone has been deserted by her husband, who has left her with seven children to raise. When she learns that she is expecting twins, she is close to despair. Mrs. Johnstone cleans the house of Mrs. Lyons, who is rich and childless. When Mrs. Lyons hears that Mrs. Johnstone is to have twins, she begs one of her twins from her at birth.

The two boys grow up separately, never knowing the truth about their birth. In time they become firm friends—blood brothers—and even fall in love with the same girl. Mrs. Lyons tries to keep the boys apart, but fate brings them together again.

This is a stage reading, the actor’s will have scripts in hand.