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‘Next to Normal’ a heartrending rock musical about mental illness

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‘Next to Normal’Through March 3Round House Theatre 4545 East-West HighwayBethesda, MD  20814$46-$88 Roundhousetheatre.org They’ve made a deal.

Dan goes to work and does the shopping, while Diana stays home and keeps house. It’s safer that way. But when Diana starts making sandwiches on the floor, something’s not right.

So, it’s back to the doctor. And that’s the kickoff to “Next to Normal,” Brian Yorkey and Tom Kitt’s masterful alt-rock musical, now enjoying a revival at Round House Theatre in Bethesda.

Strikingly helmed by out director Alan Paul, the production features an exciting mix of both new and familiar faces. It’s the suburban mother’s sixteenth year into a bipolar disorder diagnosis and Diana Goodman, played brilliantly by Tracy Lynn Olivera, is understandably a bit battle weary.

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