Tom Baldinger, a Hillsborough, NJ based producer and writer, is premiering his original romantic comedy, Two Sides of Love for three performances from December 15 through 17 at the Roy Arias Studios & Theater at 300 West 43rd Street. All performances are 8:00pm.
Tickets ($20) are available at www.smarttix.com.
Making their NY stage debuts are Patrick Albanesius as Henry, Emily West as Nicole, Kevin C. Carr as Jim, Debbie Glick as Karen, and Jaci D’Ulisse as Sheila. Two Sides of Love, produced and directed by Tom Baldinger, is designed by Mike Rapaleye (sets/lights), and presented by 624 Productions. Kayla Abbatiello is production stage manager.
Two Sides of Love is a romantic comedy set in present day New York. Jim and Henry are best friends as well as lawyers about to start their own law firm. Karen is a successful interior designer and her younger sister Nicole has come to New York to follow in her sisters footsteps. Romance is the last thing on any of their minds. In the end, each must discover their own level of tolerance in order to find what truly makes them happy and finding the "real thing".
624 Productions is a non-profit 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 while advancing promising new artists.