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The Heroin Diaries Musical


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Steven Schnepp Steve@bbonyc.com
David Freeland David@bbonyc.com

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Kent McIngvale Kent@bbonyc.com
Jenny Bates Jenny@bbonyc.com

The Heroin Diaries Musical was inspired by the journals Mötley Crüe and SIXX:A.M. bassist Nikki Sixx kept during his heroin addiction – a book that spent 28 weeks on The New York Times Bestseller list. Written by Todd Kreidler (Holler If Ya Hear Me, Radio Golf) and directed by David Esbjornson (The Goat, or Who is Sylvia?, Driving Miss Daisy), the musical is populated with characters from Nikki’s life, telling a rockstar’s journey through the opioid crisis to sobriety. The recent Netflix biopic The Dirt tells part of this journey, now see this all-new musical that tells Nikki Sixx’s personal story for the first time.

Every eleven minutes, someone in the United States dies from an opioid overdose. The mission of the producers and creators of The Heroin Diaries Musical is to collaborate with a host of partners including the National Opioid Action Coalition (NOAC), the United States Surgeon General and Mayor’s offices across the U.S. to create opioid awareness and destigmatize the disease. Nikki Sixx is heavily involved as an advocate for recovery and will make appearances and speak on behalf of the show and about this mission throughout the show’s life.

The Heroin Diaries Musical features classic Mötley Crüe songs, SIXX:A.M. songs, and new songs written by Nikki Sixx specifically for the musical, including “Talk To Me” and “Mother.”

The Heroin Diaries was the first-ever soundtrack created for a book, and now the first soundtrack to a book to be turned into a musical.

Key partners who are supporting the message of The Heroin Diaries include: iHeart Media, NOAC, Live Nation, Ticketmaster, Simon & Schuster, advertising agency WPP, the United States Surgeon General, and Faces & Voices of Recovery.

The Heroin Diaries Musical is produced by Nicole Tongue, Dennis Arfa, Randy Buck, and Allen Kovac.

Reviews

“The HEROIN DIARIES presents a new model for the rock bio” –
NEW YORK TIMES

“…a haunting tale of someone who had the guts to beat the ROCK’N’ROLL
cliché.” – SPIN

“MÖTLEY CRÜE’S NIKKI SIXX is stepping up to give the opioid
crisis what it so desperately needs—more celebrity spokespeople willing to use
star power to draw attention to the cause” – FAST COMPANY





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