The New York Premiere of Our Brother’s Son

“Intense, captivating, and funny. Writer Gluck has a devious imagination and a sense of humor that makes real life a feast on stage” – The Chicago Critic

“A remarkable debut play that turns on a major revelation which affects all family members and turns the comedy into a biting life-and-death drama” – BWW

“A drama that is likely to hit home with audiences”– Boca Raton Tribune

Drawing the line between family loyalty and self-preservation, this clever and witty 95-minute performance is extremely captivating and relatable in addressing the real conflicts and conundrums faced within a family unit.

Previously called, Unlikely Heroes, the story touches upon the different levels of love, whether it be between siblings, partners, or a parent-child relationship, the audience is taken on a journey of how these bonds are built and repaired, once broken.

Betrayal is a theme that runs through the play and a lot of moments are revealed, where you may find yourself wondering what you would do in that certain situation. These instances of self-reflection and putting. yourself in the situation that is unfolding in front of you, is what the masterful storytelling accomplishes so wonderfully.

Brace yourself for a family fragments when confronted with a complicated medical crisis, compelling every family member to make an unimaginable personal choice, leaving you to wonder what you would do?

Tickets are $35-$89 and can be purchased by visiting OurBrothersSonPlay.com.

The talented cast for Our Brother’s Son features, 

Harrison Chad (Broadway: Beauty and the Beast, Caroline or Change),

Leeanne Hutchison (Amazon’s “The Other F Word”),

Liz Larsen (Broadway: Beautiful, The Carol King Musical, Hairspray),

Allen McCullough (Regional: FROST/NIXON),

Midori Tashima Nakamura (Broadway: The Tempest)

and Dan Sharkey (Broadway: Amazing Grace, The Bridges of Madison County),

understudies include Ethelyn Friend (The Public’sCoal Country),

Ben Rosenbach (Regional: My Name is Asher),

and Dared Wright (TV: “The Gilded Age”).

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