Blood Brothers returns to triangle theatre, March 5-28. The story by Willy Russell is a rags to riches tragedy of our times. 

A woman with many children to support surrenders one of her newborn twins to a childless woman she cleans for. 

The boys grow up streets apart, never never knowing the true nature of their relationship.They become friends and even fall in love with the same girl. 

Originally produced in 1998, Shawn Rogers returns as The Narrator with Lisamarie Harrison and Caitlin Brooke as the women leads. Tyler Hendrix and Richie Stone play the Johnstone Twins, separated at birth.

Before the show and at intermission, patrons are invited to make Soul Boxes. With more than 65,000 people killed or injured by gunfire in the US every year through violence, defense, accidents and suicide, the Soul Box Project shows people the numbers by collecting a hand-folded origami box for every victim of gunfire in the country. Boxes will be incorporated into a traveling exhibit, including one on the National Mall in Washington, DC this October 17-18. 

Presented at The Sandy Plaza, 1785 NE Sandy Blvd. # 2, Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays, 7:30 pm; Sunday, March 15 at 2 pm. All seats reserved. Tickets $15-$35. 503.239.5919 | trianglepro.org