REP RELEASES ITS NEW SEASON FOR 2018. SEASON TICKETS FOR ALL FOUR PRODUCTIONS ARE AVAILABLE AT A HUGE DISCOUNT OF 30% OFF.

If you prefer to just watch the three-season play, you get the same discounted rate.

Year Subscription (4 Plays)

Gold
P3,700     (Orchestra Centre)

Silver
P3,000     (Orchestra side)

Season subscription (3 Season Plays)

Gold
P3,200     (Orchestra Centre)
Silver
P2,500     (Orchestra side)

Single ticket (Season Show)

Orchestra Center – P1,500

Orchestra Side – P1,200

Student price, 20% all sections.
Please note that we do not sell Balcony tickets during the 3-Season Plays

Single ticket (RTYA) – Children’s Theatre

Orchestra Center      P800
Orchestra side           P600
Balcony                       P500

A Comedy of Tenors

A COMEDY OF TENORS
Directed by Miguel Faustmann

Loy Martinez
Jeremy Domingo
Noel Rayos
Issa Litton
Mica Pineda
Arman Ferrer
Sheila Martinez

Silent Sky

SILENT SKY
Directed by Joy Virata

Kathy Azanza Dy
Caisa Borromeo
Naths Everette
Sheila Francisco
Topper Fabregas

Arsenic & Old Lace

ARSENIC & OLD LACE
Directed by Jamie Wilson

Joy Virata
Jay Glorioso
Raymond Concepcion
Jeremy Domingo
Barbara Jance
Nelsito Gomez
Nino alejandro
Miguel Faustamnn
Steven Conde
Gabe Mercado

2018 REP Summer Workshop

2018 REP SUMMER WORKSHOP
May – June 2018

Rapunzel

RAPUNZEL
Directed by Joy Virata

Visit an enchanted fairy tale land with dragons, a handsome prince, an evil would-be Queen, a really great hair stylist, and that famous princess with the long, long, long hair! Hold on to your hair and prepare for a brand new magical musical re-telling of the classic fairy tale! On the edge of glory, the evil Lady Za Za determines to rule the kingdom by keeping the beautiful Princess Rapunzel – with the long, long, long hair – trapped in a tower in the deep, dark, dank, dismal, dreary forest. It’ll be up to Sir Roderick and his hair stylist friend Edgar (who is on a quest to find the perfect head of hair) to rescue Princess Rapunzel and restore the kingdom – with the help of a slightly neurotic Gypsy Woman – isn’t there one in every fairy tale? and a tired, yet witty, old dragon named Socrates – who has lost his poof!

Rogers and Hammerstein Production

Book, Lyrics and Music by Janet Yates Vogt and Mark Friedman