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Next to Normal at Teatro Zuccone

Updated: 03/24/2014 8:53 AM
Created: 03/24/2014 7:38 AM WDIO.com

Renegade Theatre Company is putting on the Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award winning rock musical 'Next to Normal' at Teatro Zuccone through April 5th.

Andy Frye, who plays "Gabe" in the show, stopped by the set. Gabe is the son of Diana Goodman, a mother and wife who struggles with bipolar disorder. There are claims that as many as 1 in 5 Americans suffer from some form of mental disorder, so this story about a familiy and how they deal with bipolar disorder is easily understandable for many people.

You can catch it Thursdays through Saturdays. The shows start at 8:00 p.m., and run March 27th - 29th and April 3rd - 5th at Teatro Zuccone.

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