UK's Three Sides Makes US Premiere at NYMF, Sept. 21-30

NY Musical Theatre Fest   UK's Three Sides Makes US Premiere at NYMF, Sept. 21-30 Three Sides, an English musical by Grant Olding and Toby Davis, has announced the full cast for its U.S. premiere at the New York Musical Theatre Festival.

Performances will take place Sept. 21-30 at the 45th Street Theatre, located at 354 West 45th Street.

Described as a contemporary love story, Three Sides is about three people sharing one relationship. After a depressing new year's eve, a chance meeting leads to Carrie to get involved with both Anthony and Brian. When both men gradually realize they are in love with her, and she cannot choose between them, even the simplest things start to get complicated.

The cast includes Caroline Sheen (Carrie), Jon-Paul Hevey (Anthony) and Mark McGee (Brian).

Grant Olding (composer, lyricist, writer), whose shows have previously never been seen outside of the UK, has also written Spittin' Distanc, Yeti - an abominamusical, A Celebrity Chef Ate My Hamster!, Beyond the Sea, and Born of Glass. The creative team also includes Toby Davies (co-writer), Clive Paget (director) and Mark Collins (music director).

(Playbill.com is a media partner of the New York Musical Theatre Festival 2006.)

For more information and to buy tickets, visit the
2006 New York Musical Theatre Festival website

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