Monday, April 29, 2013

3-TIME NJACT PERRY AWARD-NOMINATED ORIGINAL COMEDY CONTINUES ITS TOUR

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On the heels of its 2012 NJACT Perry Award nominations for Best Original Play (Tom Baldinger), Best Actress (Emily West) and Best Supporting Actor (Kevin C. Carr), 624 Productions is proud to present a limited engagement of

TWO SIDES OF LOVE
An original romantic comedy by Tom Baldinger

WHEN:  May 10, 11, 17 and 18, 8 PM
WHERE:
Circle Players, 416 Victoria Ave., Piscataway.
TICKETS:
For tickets call: 732.968.7555 or visit www.circleplayers.com, or www.624-productions.com.
The play contains strong language; adults only.
To view the trailer, go to www.624-productions.com.

Two Sides of Love is a romantic comedy set in present day New York. Set in a classic sitcom style but with flair and pace of today’s world, the play has everything one could hope for and relate to in finding the “real thing”. Filled with a cast of characters that will make you laugh, cry, and feel as if they are your best friends, this show has it all.

The play features young lovers who are na├»ve, yet cosmopolitan; a wisecracking know-it-all who finally sees what the truth is; a skeptic who learns love isn’t always easy or black and white; and a person from the past with secrets and misunderstandings. In the end, each must discover their own level of tolerance in order to find what truly makes them happy.

In the cast are Patrick Albanesius, Emily West, Kevin C. Carr, Debbie Glick, and Maddie Patrick. The play is directed and produced by Tom Baldinger; set and light design by Mike Rapalye.

Two Sides of Love first premiered three nights off-Broadway (NY) in 201 at the Times Square International Theater Festival in NYC in 2012, Edison Valley Playhouse, and most recently, for two nights to a sold-out crowd at the Villagers Theatre in Somerset.

Bypassing the traditional rigors of most professional artists, these enterprising hopefuls are paving their own road to the Great White Way. Two Sides of Love will be performed in at least in more theaters on the east coast before venturing into the land of film. Allowing this major transition from stage to screen is Baldinger’s company, 624 Productions. 

624 Productions is a nonprofit theater company designed to educate and promote upcoming talent in the areas of acting, directing and playwriting.  The organization aims to entertain the public with a multifaceted selection of both well-loved and original works.