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BONDED - Benefit Reading of New Play Starring Celebrity Bellamy Young!

  • 15 Oct 2022
  • 3:00 PM - 6:00 PM (EDT)
  • LIVESTREAM OR IN-PERSON: 410 W 42nd St, New York, NY 10036


(depends on selected options)

Base fee:
  • I am in the NYC area and would like to attend in person. Suggested donation $50 per person.

    Be aware that the venue is requiring proof of vaccination & masks.
  • I will watch on Live Stream. Suggested donation $30 per person.
  • I was invited to attend in person by cast, author, or crew. Suggested donation $50 per person.

    Be aware that the venue is requiring proof of vaccination & masks.


A Unique and Exciting Examination of Trauma Bonding,
“Bonded” is the New Two-Act Drama Written
by Acclaimed New Playwright Tyler Martin

We are thrilled to invite you to join us for the live stream or in-person performance of this benefit event, which will include the staged reading of “Bonded” as well as a Q&A with the show’s stars and creative team!

The play will feature a star-studded cast: Bellamy Young (“Scandal,” “Promised Land,” “The Prodigal Son,” “The Waltons,” “Wrinkle in Time,” “Mission Impossible:3”), Tyler Martin (“Don't Suck,” “What I First Desired”), and Brian Thomas Abraham (Broadway's original cast of “Harry Potter and the Cursed Child,” “Dracula” directed by Pulitzer Prize-winning David Auburn), and directed by esteemed Broadway director Thomas Caruso (Broadway: “Emojiland,” “Groundhog Day,” “Matilda”)!

Performed in the heart of NYC’s Theatre District, this donation suggested event will take place at Theatre Row on the iconic 42nd Street and will be live-streamed.

About the Play: When Emmett faces a possible prison sentence after his second DWI offense, his estranged older sister, Nellie, flies back to her Texas hometown to discuss a potential solution. But after their shared family trauma is unearthed, their newfound bond might be the thing that destroys any possible resolution. Featuring a female character over 40 and a young queer male at varying stages in their survivor journeys, this piece dives into abuse, family dysfunction, social issues, toxic masculinity, misogyny, and religious prejudice from diverse perspectives.

Register today to watch online or for tickets if you are in the New York City area!

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