Next to Normal

Next to Normal

EXTENDED! Now Playing thru April 22

Music by Tom Kitt
Book and Lyrics by Brian Yorkey

Directed by Paul Daigneault
Music Direction by Nicholas James Connell

Featuring a compelling and surging pop rock score, Next to Normal shatters through the façade of a suburban family dealing with the direct and indirect effects of mental illness. Winner of 3 Tony Awards and the 2010 Pulitzer Prize for Drama, this intense, emotional and ultimately hopeful musical makes a direct grab for the heart with its story of a family coming to terms with its past and bravely facing its future.

Read more about Next to Normal composer Tom Kitt

Learn more about Mental Illness and the resources available through the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI)

Estimated Run Time: 2 hours, 20 minutes with one intermission

Cast

CHRIS CARON

CHRIS CARON (Dr Madden / Dr. Fine) SpeakEasy debut! A native New Yorker, Chris is thrilled and grateful for the opportunity to play in one of his favorite roles. New York: Agamemnon (La MaMa), Scout's Honor (NYC FRINGE), Civil Wargasm (Richmond Shepherd Theatre), 10 Speed Revolution (Young Mirror Repertory). National Tours: Footloose, Romeo and Juliet, and A Garfield Christmas. Regional: Man of La Mancha (Theatre by the Sea), Brigadoon (FCLO), Cinderella (Cabrillo Music Theatre) Henry V (Quintessence Theatre). He received a BFA from Adelphi University. Many Thanks to my family (especially mom) and friends for all of the support. "GO CARDINALS!"

CHRISTOPHER CHEW

CHRISTOPHER CHEW* (Dan) is thrilled to be performing again with SpeakEasy after taking a break to complete the coursework for his doctorate in Educational Leadership. Currently, he can be seen regularly serving in the role of Headmaster at North Middlesex Regional High School. His most enjoyable theatrical credits to date include shows with Lyric Stage Company of Boston, Wheelock Family Theater, Village Theatre Project, Stoneham Theater, and, of course, SpeakEasy StageStage (Johnny Guitar, The Wild Party). Chris is a proud alumnus of Carnegie Mellon University Drama and a member of Actors’ Equity. Most importantly, Christopher thanks his phenomenal wife and children for enduring his schedule.

KERRY A. DOWLING

KERRY A. DOWLING* (Diana) SpeakEasy performances: The Drowsy Chaperone, Nine, The Great American Trailer Park Musical, Reckless; Jerry Springer - the Opera; The New Century; The Mystery of Edwin Drood; Parade; The Women; Bat Boy: The Musical; Company (IRNE Award); Elegies: A Song Cycle; A New Brain; Triumph of Love; Floyd Collins; A Class Act; Lips Together, Teeth Apart; Putting it Together; and Songs for a New World. Other Boston credits: The Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby and Follies (Lyric Stage); Into the Woods (New Rep); A Man of No Importance (Súgán/SpeakEasy); Steel Magnolias and Pal Joey (Stoneham Theatre); The Most Happy Fella (Gloucester Stage); Gypsy, Anything Goes, and She Loves Me (Fiddlehead Theatre). Kerry has performed with the Boston Gay Men’s Chorus, and is featured on their recordings Oz and Beyond, and Razzle Dazzle. She was also the recipient of the 2010 SpeakEasy Stage Outstanding Artist Award.

SARAH DRAKE

SARAH DRAKE SpeakEasy: The Drowsy Chaperone. Sarah is a senior at The Boston Conservatory, where she is pursuing her BFA in Musical Theatre. The Boston Conservatory: The General’s Girl (The Balcony), Sydney (The Altruists), Soldier Four (Iphegenia 2.0), Rhoda (A New Brain) and Magenta (The Rocky Horror Picture Show). Other favorite roles include Leading Player (Pippin), Eponine (Les Misérables), Grusha (The Caucasian Chalk Circle), and The Voice of the Plant (Little Shop of Horrors). Sarah sends thanks to her amazing family and friends for their constant love and positive energy, and to Paul Daigneault for this incredible opportunity.

MICHAEL LEVESQUE

MICHAEL LEVESQUE (Henry) SpeakEasy: debut. Michael is a recent graduate of Northeastern University’s BS Computer Engineering program. At NU, he played such roles as Benny (Guys and Dolls), Adam (The Shape of Things) and Hennessey/Captain (Dames at Sea). Other local credits include Man 2 (Songs for a New World), Tom Collins (Rent), Homer (Floyd Collins), Chad (All Shook Up) and Dr. Parker (Bat Boy). He would like to thank his incredible parents for their unyielding support as well as Paul and the entire creative team for giving him this unforgettable opportunity. This run is dedicated to my biggest fan - I love and miss you, Memere!

MICHAEL TACCONI

MICHAEL TACCONI (Gabe) SpeakEasy: debut. Michael is in his final year at The Boston Conservatory, where some of his favorite roles have been Frank Cioffi (Curtains), Pozzo (Waiting for Godot), CB (Dog Sees God), and Johnny Pye (Johnny Pye and the Foolkiller). Thanks to Mom, Dad, Kerilyn, and Bob for creating a home full of inspiration and joy, to all of his teachers and friends who bless him to the core, and to God for putting it all together.

*Member of Actors' Equity Association (AEA), the union of professional actors and stage managers in the United States.

Production Staff

JEFF ADELBERG (Lighting Designer) SpeakEasy: Red, reasons to be pretty, Nine, Body Awareness, Adding Machine: A Musical (Eliot Norton Award for Outstanding Design), [title of show], Blackbird, The New Century, The Little Dog Laughed, Fat Pig; Other recent work: Anthony and Cleopatra, The Hotel Nepenthe, Timon of Athens, The Duchess of Malfi (Actors’ Shakespeare Project - IRNE award for Best Lighting Design); Four Places (Merrimack Repertory Theatre); The Real Inspector Hound (Publick); 42nd Street, The Rimers of Eldritch, Gaslight (Stoneham Theatre); The Balcony, The Factory Girls, The Mikado, Twelfth Night, Rent, La Rondine, Machinal (The Boston Conservatory); Chicago, Permanent Fatal Errors (Concord Academy); Sexual Perversity in Chicago, The Duck Variations (American Repertory Theater) and the 2010 Christmas Revels. Jeff attended the University of Connecticut and teaches at Boston College. www.LDJeff.com.

ASHLEY MARIE COLLETT (Wardrobe Supervisor) SpeakEasy: debut. Ashley has a BFA in Fashion Design from the Massachusetts College of Art and Design, and has had a variety of experience in both fashion and costume. Past theatre credits include Confessions of a Rock Lobster, The Emancipation of Mandy and Miz Ellie, and Voyeurs De Venus. www.coroflot.com/ashleymariecollett.

NICHOLAS JAMES CONNELL (Music Director/Conductor) SpeakEasy: The Drowsy Chaperone, Nine, and The Great American Trailer Park Musical. Nick has a BM in Songwriting from Berklee College of Music, and is currently recording his debut studio album “Superstars in Love” to be released this spring. www.nicholasconnell.com.

PAUL DAIGNEAULT (Director/Producing Artistic Director) Next to Normal brings the number of shows that Paul has produced at SpeakEasy to 99! SpeakEasy directing highlights include: Nine; Body Awareness; The Great American Trailer Park Musical; [title of show]; The Savannah Disputation; Jerry Springer - The Opera; The New Century; Some Men; Zanna, Don’t!; Parade (2008 Elliot Norton Award – Outstanding Director, Midsize Company); The Mystery of Edwin Drood; Almost, Maine; Caroline, or Change; Take Me Out; Company; Elegies: A Song Cycle; A Man of No Importance (co-production Súgán); Bat Boy: The Musical (2003 Elliot Norton Award – Outstanding Director, Small Company); Passion; A New Brain; Violet; Merrily We Roll Along; Songs for a New World; Floyd Collins; Jeffrey; and Love! Valour! Compassion! Regional credits: Grand Hotel and Nine (The Boston Conservatory and Cincinnati Conservatory of Music); Rent, City of Angels, Sunday in the Park with George (The Boston Conservatory); Into the Woods, Urinetown and Blue Window (Boston College). Paul is a faculty member at The Boston Conservatory. In 2007, Paul was honored with the Boston College Arts Council’s Alumni Award for Distinguished Achievement. This season Paul is back at Boston College serving as the 2011-2012 Rev. J. Donald Monan S. J. Professor in Theatre Arts.

DANIEL H. JENTZEN (Master Electrician) SpeakEasy: Master Electrician since 2009; Lighting Design for The Divine Sister, Striking 12, and The Savannah Disputation. Other recent projects: The Peking Acrobats (Center at Eagle Hill), Steel Magnolias (Stoneham Theatre) and A Christmas Celtic Sojourn (WGBH). Daniel also teaches and conducts research in cognitive neuroscience, studying the psychology of theatre and design.

JULIE JENTZEN (Master Carpenter) SpeakEasy: The Divine Sister, The Drowsy Chaperone, Nine, and Striking 12. New York City props artisan credits: Broadway’s Anything Goes, Playwrights Horizons’ Assistance and The Public’s The Total Bent. Julie is training to be a wardrobe substitute on Rent at New World Stages.

TYLER KINNEY (Costume Design) SpeakEasy: Striking 12. Other design credits: Collected Stories, Tales of Poe (New Rep); Tonya & Nancy: The Rock Opera (Oberon); Shakespeare in Hollywood; Bare: A Pop Opera (Suffolk University’s PAO); Blues King (Berklee College). Assistant costume designer credits: 42nd St. (Stoneham Theatre); The Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby, Kiss Me Kate (Lyric Stage Company); Boston Marriage, DollHouse (New Rep). Tyler has a BFA in Theatre Design/Technology from Emerson College. He will design the upcoming productions of The Temperamentals (Lyric Stage) and The Joni Mitchell Show (Berklee College).

ERIC LEVENSON** (Scenic Designer) has designed 25 previous SpeakEasy productions. These have included sets for reasons to be pretty; Nine; [title of show]; The Savannah Disputation; Jerry Springer – The Opera; Blackbird; Some Men; The Little Dog Laughed; Parade; Caroline, Or Change; Kiss of the Spiderwoman; Take Me Out; Company; A Man of No Importance (co-production with Súgán); A Class Act, Three Days of Rain; An American Daughter; and Balm In Gilead (Elliot Norton Design Award). Eric designed both sets and lights for Floyd Collins and Our Lady Of 121st Street. Recent designs: sets for Passing Strange (New Rep) and Silver Spoon (The Nora); lights for Amahl and the Night Visitors (MIT).

AARON MACK (Sound Design/Sound Board Operator) SpeakEasy: fourth season. Aaron is a freelance sound designer and composer based in greater Boston. He is the proud recipient of two Elliot Norton Awards for Best Design for his work on Adding Machine: A Musical (SpeakEasy) and The Aliens (Company One). Aaron is also the Titles Administrator at the Santa Fe Opera Company. Recent notable work: The Drowsy Chaperone (SpeakEasy), I Speak Therefore I Am (A.R.T. Institute), The Foreign Play Festival (Apollinaire Theatre Company), and Nine (SpeakEasy).

SEÁGHAN MCKAY** (Projection Design) SpeakEasy: Nine, Striking 12, [title of show], and Jerry Springer-The Opera. Local design credits: Educating Rita (Huntington Theatre Company); Big River (The Lyric Stage Company of Boston); Twilight: Los Angeles, 1992; Light Up The Sky (Emerson Stage); Rent (The Boston Conservatory); Hecuba, As You Like It (Brandeis Theater Company); The Threepenny Opera (Boston College); and Godspell (Gordon College). He assisted Projection Designer Peter Nigrini on the PBS documentary Becoming Helen Keller. Upcoming projects: Beyond the Boundaries (Brandeis Theater Company) and production management for Coriolanus (Commonwealth Shakespeare Company). He is the lighting & audio-visual director for the Brandeis University Department of Theater Arts, where he holds a position as lecturer in Theater Arts. www.seaghanmckay.com.

PAUL MELONE (General Manager/Production Manager) has managed over sixty plays, musicals, concerts, cabarets and special events for SpeakEasy. In addition, he has directed the company’s productions of reasons to be pretty; Adding Machine: A Musical (2010 Elliot Norton Award - Outstanding Direction), The Little Dog Laughed, Fat Pig, The Moonlight Room, Our Lady of 121st Street, and The Shape of Things. Other local directing credits: Curse of the Starving Class (Apollinaire Theatre Company) and Things Beyond Our Control (Brandeis University). Paul is the production director for A Christmas Celtic Sojourn, an annual holiday music event for WGBH Radio, and serves on the Board of StageSource, the Greater Boston Theatre Alliance. He is a graduate of Boston University’s Theater Department. This spring, Paul will direct The Apple Tree for The Boston Conservatory.

ABIGAIL NEUHOFF (Scenic Design Intern) SpeakEasy: Red. Other local theater credits: Eurydice (set design, scenic painting, props), Romeo & Juliet (production design, costumes, dramaturg) and Proof (master carpenter), all presented by the Independent Drama Society; Italian Girl in Algiers (scenic painter) produced by Boston Midsummer Opera; Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (props) staged by Riverside Theatre Works; and The Hotel Plays (technical venue manager) for the Tennessee Williams Festival. Abigail also teaches after-school photography at Boston Latin School, is the costume coordinator for Edison K-8 School, and is an assistant freelance technical director for Beaver Country Day School.

JUSTIN PHILLIPS (Video Operator/Production Assistant Intern) SpeakEasy: debut. He was a Freshman acting major at the Hartt School. He graduated in 2011 from Newton North High School, where he worked on many productions.

AMY LOUISE SPALLETTA** (Production Stage Manager) SpeakEasy: Next Fall, Nine, and In the Next Room (or the vibrator play). Boston area credits: God of Carnage, Educating Rita, The Miracle at Naples, Third (Huntington Theatre); All’s Well That Ends Well (Commonwealth Shakespeare Company); Hot Mikado, Opus, Indulgences, Speed-the-Plow, Mister Roberts, Exits and Entrances, Cabaret, A Christmas Carol, The Lieutenant of Inishmore, Eurydice (New Repertory Theatre); The Scene, This Wonderful Life, Miss Witherspoon (Lyric Stage); Mr. Marmalade (Company One). Regional credits: The Europeans and scenes from an Execution (PTP/NYC). Amy is production coordinator for Boston Midsummer Opera. She graduated from Boston University with a concentration in stage management.

ALIX STRASNICK (Technical Director) SpeakEasy: Master Electrician for Next Fall and The Divine Sister. Other technical director credits: Lend Me a Tenor with the Longwood Players, and their upcoming production of Songs for a New World. Alix is a Boston native and has spent the last three years putting up sets and lights for over 20 Boston theatre groups.

MICHELE TEEVAN (Production Assistant/Run Crew) SpeakEasy: Red; The Divine Sister (PA). Other recent credits: Into the Fog (Hopelandic); The Rocky Horror Show (Westchester Conservatory Program); and Bud, Not Buddy (Emerson Stage). Michele is a group sales associate for Broadway in Boston. She graduated from Emerson College in May with a BFA in Stage/Production Management. She served as a production intern at SpeakEasy for a year and a half.

SRDA VASILJEVIC (Assistant Director) SpeakEasy: debut. Srda was a marketing intern for SpeakEasy last spring. He is currently a sophomore Theatre Studies - Directing student at Emerson College. Emerson credits: Wiley and the Hairy Man, RUR, and The Last Days of Judas Iscariot. Recent credits: directed the New England premiere of The Sugar Witch and served as a producer for the developmental production of Darling, A New Musical.

JAMES WILKENSON (Properties Master). SpeakEasy: Red; The Divine Sister; Next Fall. Jamie served as Properties Master for the Gloucester Stage Company’s 2011 Season. He is a 2010 alum of Trinity College, where he graduated with degrees in Theatre and Dance (with honors) and English. Since then he has worked at various theaters including The North Shore Music Theatre, Apollinaire Theatre and the Judy Dworin Performance Ensemble.

**Member of United Scenic Artists, Local USA – 829

Authors

TOM KITT (Composer) received the 2010 Pulitzer Prize for Drama, as well as two Tony awards for Best Score and Best Orchestrations (with Michael Starobin) for next to normal. His music for next to normal also received the 2009 Frederick Loewe Award for dramatic composition and an Outer Critics Circle Award for Outstanding Score. Tom is responsible for the music supervision, arrangements and orchestrations for Green Day's American Idiot on Broadway and was also the string arranger on their most recent album 21st Century Breakdown. Tom is also the composer of High Fidelity (Broadway), The Winter's Tale (The Public's NYSF), From Up Here (Manhattan Theatre Club) and The Retributionists (Playrights Horizons). As a musical director, conductor, arranger, and orchestrator for Broadway, Off-Broadway and beyond, his credits include 13, Debbie Does Dallas, Everyday Rapture, Hair, Laugh Whore, Pippin (Deaf West), and Urban Cowboy. He is the proud leader of the Tom Kitt Band, whose songs have been featured in film and TV.

BRIAN YORKEY (Librettist/Lyricist) received the 2010 Pulitzer Prize for Drama, as well as the 2009 Tony Award for Best Score, for Next to Normal. Brian was also nominated for the Tony Award for Best Book of a Musical for Next to Normal, and his work on the show earned him the Outer Critics Circle Award for Best Score. Theatre credits include Making Tracks, which has played off-Broadway and regionally, the musical adaptation of Ang Lee'sThe Wedding Banquet and the country musical Play It By Heart. Film and TV projects in development include the features Time After Time for Universal, Love Undercover for Pandemonium Films and Overture, Fashion Show for Parkes/MacDonald and Paramount and Chase for Anonymous Content and Rosenzweig Films. He has directed off-Broadway and regionally and for seven years was associate artistic director at Village Theatre in Washington state, one of the nation's leading producers of new musicals. He's a graduate of Columbia University, where he was artistic director of the Varsity Show, an alum of the BMI/Lehman Engel Musical Theatre Workshop and a proud member of the Dramatists Guild and the WGA.

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Basic Show Information

Next to Normal
Music by Tom Kitt
Book and Lyrics by Brian Yorkey
Directed by Paul Daigneault

March 9 - April 15, 2012


Hi-Resolution Images

From Left: Sarah Drake, Christopher Chew and Kerry A. Dowling in a scene from the SpeakEasy Stage Company production of Next to Normal, running now thru April 15th at the Stanford Calderwood Pavilion at the Boston Center for the Arts, 527 Tremont Street, in Boston’s South End. Tix/Info: 617-933-8600/www.SpeakEasyStage.com. Photo: Craig Bailey/Perspective Photo. Kerry A. Dowling in a scene from the SpeakEasy Stage Company production of Next to Normal, running now thru April 15th at the Stanford Calderwood Pavilion at the Boston Center for the Arts, 527 Tremont Street, in Boston’s South End. Tix/Info: 617-933-8600/www.SpeakEasyStage.com. Photo: Craig Bailey/Perspective Photo.
A woman (Kerry A. Dowling) fantasizes about her psychopharmacologist (Chris Caron) in a scene from the SpeakEasy Stage Company production of Next to Normal, running now thru April 15th at the Stanford Calderwood Pavilion at the Boston Center for the Arts, 527 Tremont Street, in Boston’s South End. Tix/Info: 617-933-8600/www.SpeakEasyStage.com. Photo: Craig Bailey/Perspective Photo. From left: Michael Tacconi, Kerry A. Dowling and Christopher Chew in a scene from the SpeakEasy Stage Company production of Next to Normal, running now thru April 15th at the Stanford Calderwood Pavilion at the Boston Center for the Arts, 527 Tremont Street, in Boston’s South End. Tix/Info: 617-933-8600/www.SpeakEasyStage.com. Photo: Craig Bailey/Perspective Photo.
Kerry A. Dowling in a scene from the SpeakEasy Stage Company production of Next to Normal, running now thru April 15th at the Stanford Calderwood Pavilion at the Boston Center for the Arts, 527 Tremont Street, in Boston’s South End. Tix/Info: 617-933-8600/www.SpeakEasyStage.com. Photo: Craig Bailey/Perspective Photo. Foreground: Chris Caron and Kerry A. Dowling. Rear from Left: Michael Tacconi, Christopher Chew, Sarah Drake, and Michael Levesque in a scene from the SpeakEasy Stage Company production of Next to Normal, running now thru April 15th at the Stanford Calderwood Pavilion at the Boston Center for the Arts, 527 Tremont Street, in Boston’s South End. Tix/Info: 617-933-8600/www.SpeakEasyStage.com. Photo: Craig Bailey/Perspective Photo.
From left: Chris Caron and Kerry A. Dowling in a scene from the SpeakEasy Stage Company production of Next to Normal, running now thru April 15th at the Stanford Calderwood Pavilion at the Boston Center for the Arts, 527 Tremont Street, in Boston’s South End. Tix/Info: 617-933-8600/www.SpeakEasyStage.com. Photo: Craig Bailey/Perspective Photo. Kerry A. Dowling in a scene from the SpeakEasy Stage Company production of Next to Normal, running now thru April 15th at the Stanford Calderwood Pavilion at the Boston Center for the Arts, 527 Tremont Street, in Boston’s South End. Tix/Info: 617-933-8600/www.SpeakEasyStage.com. Photo: Craig Bailey/Perspective Photo.
From left: Christopher Chew, Kerry A. Dowling, and Michael Tacconi in a scene from the SpeakEasy Stage Company production of Next to Normal, running now thru April 15th at the Stanford Calderwood Pavilion at the Boston Center for the Arts, 527 Tremont Street, in Boston’s South End. Tix/Info: 617-933-8600/www.SpeakEasyStage.com. Photo: Craig Bailey/Perspective Photo. Sarah Drake and Michael Levesque in a scene from the SpeakEasy Stage Company production of Next to Normal, running now thru April 15th at the Stanford Calderwood Pavilion at the Boston Center for the Arts, 527 Tremont Street, in Boston’s South End. Tix/Info: 617-933-8600/www.SpeakEasyStage.com. Photo: Craig Bailey/Perspective Photo.

Special Events

SpeakEasy Stage Company is proud to be teaming up with NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness) to present a new talkback series following every Saturday matinee performance of Next to Normal titled "Ask the Doctor". Following the 4pm performance each Saturday, audience members are welcome to stay and hear a top doctor discuss the medical issues brought up in Next to Normal. See below for more details on each "Ask the Doctor" talkback, as well as our other special events during the run of Next to Normal.

Saturday, March 10 following the 4pm performance:
Ask the Doctor Talkback with Dr. Steve Seiner MD
Director of McLean’s Psychiatric Neurotherapeutics Program, which includes Electroconvulsive Therapy and Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation. McLean’s ECT service performs close to 6000 treatments a year, one of the largest ECT centers in the country. Assistant Professor in Psychiatry at Harvard and Associate Director of Residency Training for MGH/McLean Adult Psychiatry Residency Program. On stage with NAMI Board Member Michael Fetcho.

Sunday, March 11 following the 3pm performance:
Post-Show Talkback
Join the cast and director of Next to Normal for a discussion following the show

Friday, March 16 following the 8pm performance:
Out & About Night
Join us for a post-show reception with the cast and crew of Next to Normal for our LGBT patrons and friends. Free food and a cash bar will be provided. All are welcome to attend.

Saturday, March 17 following the 4pm performance:
Ask the Doctor Talkback with Dr. Ken Duckworth, M.D.
Medical director for NAMI National. American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology in Adult, Child and Adolescent, and Forensic Psychiatry. Former DMH Commissioner MA. On stage with Lisa Halpern, Vinfen Human Services.

Sunday, March 18th following the 3pm performance:
Post-Show Talkback
Join the cast and director of Next to Normal for a discussion following the show

Saturday, March 24 following the 4pm performance
Ask the Doctor Talkback with Dr. Bruce Cohen, M.D.
President and Psychiatrist in Chief Emeritus at McLean Hospital, head of the Shervert Frazier Research Institute, Director of the Molecular Pharmacology Laboratory.

Sunday, March 25 following the 3pm performance
Spirituality and the Arts Talkback
Featuring commentary by Rabbi Howard Berman and the Reverend Pamela Werntz of the Emmanuel Center, this special discussion will focus on the spiritual, ethical, and social issues raised by the plot and themes of Next to Normal.

Saturday, March 31 following the 4pm performance
Ask the Doctor Talkback
Doctor TBA

Sunday, April 1 following the 3pm performance
Meet the Press Talkback
Join the cast in a discussion moderated by a member of the Boston arts press.

Saturday, April 7 following the 4pm performance
Ask the Doctor Talkback
Doctor TBA