The British musical will begin performances at the Kiln Theatre on the 9th November.
A new video of ‘If I Believed’, one of the songs from the upcoming production of the new musical, with performances starting at the Kiln Theatre from tomorrow.
Dougal is a naive, impossibly upbeat Brit, flying to New York for his Dad’s second wedding. The Dad he’s never known.
Waiting for him at the airport is Robin, the sister of the bride. She’s a native New Yorker, she’s late for work, and she doesn’t have time to stop and see the sights.
Instant attraction? Definitely not.
But with an extravagant wedding approaching and the city at their feet…anything could happen.
Two Strangers (Carry a Cake Across) is the new musical from Jim Barne and Kit Buchan, Jim Barne is a composer and orchestrator. He has written music for films including Oscar-nominated Living (2022), The Ghost Trap (2023) and Worth (2021). He has won the London Chamber Orchestra’s young composer competition, and Best New Score at the Horrorhaus Film Festival. Kit Buchan is a poet and journalist. His poems have been commended in the Poetry London and Ware Poets competitions and the Best British Poetry anthology.
This production is directed by by Tim Jackson and stars Dujonna Gift (Hamilton) and Sam Tutty (Dear Evan Hansen).
The creative team involved with the production includes: Designer Soutra Gilmour; Lighting Designer Jack Knowles; Sound Designer Tony Gayle; Musical
Director Sean Green; Orchestrated by Lux Pyramid; Casting Director Julia Horan CDG; Voice & Dialect Coach Daniele Lydon; Associate Director Claira Vaughan and Kiln-Mackintosh Resident Assistant Director Jessica Mensah.
To book tickets visit: https://kilntheatre.com/whats-on/two-strangers-carry-a-cake-across-new-york/