London’s Three Sides Makes U.S. Premiere at NYMF

NY Musical Theatre Fest   London’s Three Sides Makes U.S. Premiere at NYMF Three Sides, an acclaimed London musical by Grant Olding, is set to make its U.S. premiere in September at the New York Musical Theatre Festival.

Directed by Clive Paget and featuring an all-British cast, performances will take place September 21-30 at the 45th Street Theatre, (354 West 45th Street, off of 9th Avenue).

With a hip, contemporary score, Three Sides is a contemporary love story that tells of three people sharing one relationship. After a depressing New Year’s Eve, a chance meeting leads Carrie to get involved with both Anthony and Brian. When both men realize they are in love with her, and she cannot choose between them, the simplest things get very complicated.

The cast includes Jon-Paul Hevey as Anthony, Mark McGee as Brian and Caroline Sheen as Carrie. The production features lighting design by Jeff Croiter and sound design by Marcus Karlstad.

Grant Olding wrote the first draft of Three Sides during his residency at London’s Bridewell Theatre. The piece received three workshops, with the most recent two under the direction of Clive Paget.

Songs from Three Sides have been performed in various concerts and cabarets throughout the U.K. and the West End, and the show was produced at the Shaw Theatre in 2005. The creative team expanded when book writer Toby Davies came onboard in 2006. Earlier this year, Three Sides performed an engagement at the U.K.’s Finborough Theatre.
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2006 New York Musical Theatre Festival website

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