Sidd to Close Off-Broadway March 26

News   Sidd to Close Off-Broadway March 26
The Off-Broadway show Sidd will end its run on March 26. It will have played 23 previews and 13 performances.

Based on "Siddhartha," the philisophical novel by Herman Hesse, the new musical opened at Dodger Stages on March 15, following previews from Feb. 23.

The show has music and lyrics by Doug Silver and direction, book and additional lyrics by Andrew Frank. Technically, it will be the last show to open at Dodger Stages, the theatre complex which has changed hands and switched its name to New World Stages on March 16.

The cast includes Manu Narayan in the title role, Marie-France Arcilla, Dann Fink, Natalie Cortez, Nicole Lewis, Arthur W. Marks and Gerry McIntyre.  The production features set design by Maruti Evans, lighting design by Chris Dallos, costume design by Michael Bevins and sound design by Andrew Bellware.

The story follows the travails of a young man as he journeys from his small hometown to the big city and eventually an encounter with Buddha. The production features an onstage band.

Sidd is presented by Always On The Way/Fran Kirmser Sharma. Tickets may be purchased through or by calling (212) 239-6200.  For more information visit

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