VIDEO| Locals help make Bare a smash

20/09/2019 Posted by admin

Gymea’s Natalie Abbott plays Nadia. Picture: SuppliedAfter a triumphant first season playing sold out shows to rave reviews, Bare The Musical has been extended for 10 more shows at the New Theatre in Newtown.
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The second season runs from January 19 to 28, with plenty of St George and Sutherland Shire locals returning to make up the cast.

Beverly Hills resident Teale Howie (centre) in action. Picture: Supplied

Director and choreographer Hannah Barn, Jacob Barn and Stephanie McKennafrom Arncliffe,Timothy Langan ofBonnet Bay, Kirrawee’s Julie Ryanand Beverly Hills residents Matt Laird and Teale Howie all return to the production after its initial run at The Depot Theatre in Marrickville.

Another local, Natalie Abbot from Gymea, has earned rave reviews for her performance as Nadia.

The cast of Bare – The Musical. Picture: Supplied

Thepulsating, contemporary LGBT pop-rock musical follows a group of students at a Catholic boarding school as they grapple with issues of sexuality, identity and the future.

The showtakes audiences on an emotional musical journey. Peter and Jason have fallen in lovebut they struggle with the fears of revealing their true selves to such an unforgiving world. Peter wants to acknowledge their love openly, while Jason does not.

BARE – The Musical “Are you there?”With a unique sung-through pop score by Damon Intrabartolo and heart-pounding lyrics by Jon Hartmere Jr.along witha cast of bright young characters, Barerings with the sounds of youthful repression and revolt. The showis a provocative, fresh andhonest look at the dangers of baring your soul and the consequences of continuing to hide.

Tickets are $42 and $49.

Dates: January 19, 7.30pm

January 20, 7.30pm

January 21, 2pm and 7.30pm

January 22, 7pm

January 25, 7.30pm

January 26, 7.30pm

January 27, 7.30pm

January 28, 2pm and 7.30pm

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