A New Musical by Ryan Scott Oliver
RSO returns to Feinstein’s/54 Below with an evening of brand-new songs from his provocative new pop-rock musical-in-progress, Three Points of Contact.
The story of Three Points of Contact revolves around newlyweds “Pooch” and Amy Harvey, who are proud of their progressive views on sex and marriage and anxious for their forthcoming child. When they miscarry and struggle to conceive again, their marriage (and their sex-life) strains to the brink; so much so that when Amy re-deploys for her second tour of Iraq and Pooch takes on an attractive pupil, they must confront the question:
“In a world where most marriages end in divorce …
Who wants to be like most marriages?”
Britney Coleman (Sunset Blvd.)
Ben Fankhauser (Newsies)
Katie Rose Clarke (Miss Saigon)
Eric William Morris (Be More Chill)
Blaine Krauss (Natasha, Pierre…)
Emily Rogers (If/Then)
Pomme Koch (The Band’s Visit)
Mary Claire Miskell
Directed by Marshall Pailet (Baghdaddy)
Music Direction by Joshua Zecher-Ross, leading a 7-piece band featuring Allison Seidner, Jeremy Yaddaw, Matt Hinkley, Joseph Wallace, and Hiroko Taguchi.