Ateneo Blue Repertory, the country’s premier college musical theater organization, closes its 17th season with “Bare,” a rock musical about two gay teenagers struggling to find their place in the world as they are about graduate from a Catholic high school.
Jason is the senior class golden boy--athlete, heartthrob and potential valedictorian. But behind the face he shows to the world, he hides a secret: He is in a romance with his shy roommate, Peter. Things get more complicated when popular girl Ivy pursues Jason.
Written by Jon Hartmere Jr. and Damon Intrabartolo, “Bare” received the 2001 Los Angeles Ovation Awards for Best Musical and Best Original Score.
Under the direction of Ana Abad-Santos (director, Repertory Philippines’ “Hamlet,” and Candida in the recent “A Portrait of the Artist as a Filipino”) and musical direction by Felix Rivera (musical director, BlueREP’s “High School Musical,” and lead role in Atlantis Productions' “Avenue Q”), “Bare” runs February 17-March 7 at the Fine Arts Exhibit Hall, 3/F Gonzaga Hall, at the Ateneo De Manila University.
Show dates: February 17-21, February 24-28 and March 3-7, all at 7:30 p.m.
Tickets are priced at P200 each. Call Alexa Yupangco 0917-7220805 or visit BareManila.multiply.com.