Blood Brothers is the tale of twin brothers separated as
babies to grow up in very different circumstances. In early childhood
the two boys meet, never guessing that they are twins. As they grow
up, their lives become ever more entwined — even to the point of
sharing the same affections.
By Willy Russell
Tom Lamphere as Narrator
Suzanne Smart as Mrs. Johnstone
Susan Furst as Mrs. Lyons
Chris Haig as
Rob Dayoc as Policeman
Lucy Tobin as
Donna Marie/Miss Jones
Mia Rotondo as
Chuck Wilson as Mickey
Mark Ayers as Eddie
Jeff Wise as Sammy
Kate McLenigan as Linda
Keith Straw as
Other roles played by:
Director: Rory Zummo
Musical Director: Laura Burhans
Reviews for "Blood Brothers"
Gary Puleo, The Times
Herald: "Director Rory Zummo's stingingly intelligent,
sensitive approach, several astounding performances ... a group of exceedingly
Dante J.J. Bevilacqua, Ticket (Montgomery Newspapers): "Casting Chuck Wilson
and Mark Ayers as the twin brothers was a brilliant move by Director
Rory Zummo. Zummo matches her two-of-a-kind with a full house ...
talented Suzanne Smart, ... Tom Lamphere as the Narrator abounds in
eerie gusto, ... Jeff Wide does accomplished work as Sammy and Lucy
Tobin, Mia Rotondo and Kate McLenigan fill in the female roles with
enthusiasm. Susan Furst and Keith Straw leave strong impressions...."