Get ready to rock as Repertory Philippines proudly presents Disney’s CAMP ROCK: The Musical set to open on November 16, 2012 at Onstage, Greenbelt 1, Makati City.
Disney’s CAMP ROCK: The Musical, based on the hit Disney Channel Original Movies Camp Rock and Camp Rock 2: The Final Jam (starring teen idols Demi Lovato and the Jonas Brothers) is a fast-moving, engaging love story set to music that will fire up your stage with over a dozen songs, including “This Is Me,” “Can’t Back Down,” “It’s On,” and “We Rock.”
If you’re a fan of the High School Musical television and movie series, you’ll like Disney’s CAMP ROCK: The Musical because it is geared at the tween/teen audience who likes a lot of songs, dances, and a little light romance.
A classic story of rivalry and power, Disney’s CAMP ROCK: The Musical opens with Mitchie and her friends arriving at Camp Rock, ready to spend another summer jamming out and having the time of their lives. But the new, flashy Camp Star across the lake now threatens Camp Rock’s very existence. To keep the doors open, Mitchie steps up, rallies her fellow Camp Rockers, and gets them into top shape for the ultimate showdown!
With two pop-music summer camps expect a ‘David-vs.-Goliath battle’ that is nothing more serious than a reality show competition between “Camp Rock” (the “good” camp), and “Camp Star” (the “bad camp).
Noted theater veteran Audie Gemora is directing Camp Rock The Musical.
According to Audie, “This musical is like cotton candy. Delightful, fluffy, sweet, melts in your mouth in a jiffy but leaves you feeling good after. I agreed to work on this light weight musical because it’s my way of sowing into the next generation of musical theater actors. We are blessed with so many young talents and yet there are so few shows appropriate for their age. Camp Rock is an ideal material for youngsters. To prepare myself for this production, I recite a mantra “Think young! Think young!” The majority in the cast are neophytes. I teach the basics of acting as I direct them. It’s like a summer workshop and more. I love working with young people who have such enthusiasm and energy. My fulfillment is in seeing them grow artistically.”
Markki Stroem shall play the role of Shane Gray, a spoiled pop star Charismatic lead singer of Connect 3, and Mitchie’s boyfriend from last summer.
Nacho Tambunting shall play the role of Nate Gray – Shane’s brother who is a shy boy, drummer of Connect 3.
Jef Flores plays the role of Jason Gray, a comical, easy-going guitarist of Connect 3, Shane and Nate’s brother.
Cheska Ortega plays the role of Tess Tyler, the daughter of rock star T. J. Tyler, the diva of Camp Rock.
Justine Peña shall play the role of Dana Turner – a sweet young girl who is a terrific keyboardist, daughter of Camp Star owner.
Nel Gomez plays the role of Luke Williams – a big talent with an ego to match.
Cara Barredo shall play the role of Caitlyn Geller, a quirky and gifted girl, Mitchie’s best friend.
Mica Fajardo plays the role of Ella Pador, a longtime camper who’s very much into fashion.
David Shawn Delgado plays the role of Margaret “Peggy” Dupree, a loyal Camp Rocker, won last year’s Final Jam.
Kiara Dario shall play the role of Rosie Day, the new girl at Camp Rock.
Justin Valiente plays the role of Barron James, a fabulous hip-hop dancer.
Hans Braga plays the role of Sander Loya, Barron’s best friend and partner in crime.
Karyl Factora shall play the role of Georgina Farlow – a slick, enthusiastic reality TV host.
Eric Mercado shall play the role of Andy Hosten – who is never without his drum sticks.
Rem Zamora shall play the role of Axel Turner, a black-clad formidable founder of Camp Star, former rocker, Brown’s nemesis.
Hans Eckstein shall play the role of Brown Cesario, the owner and director of Camp Rock, a former rocker who has seen it all.
The ensemble (Camp Rockers/Star Campers) is composed of Jin Dimson, Jazmine Zabala, Alex Reyes, Chaye Magg, Shalee Vicencio, Eddie Thompson, Jim Ferrer, Sam Aquino, Steve Hotchkiss, Kelly Nicolas, Fran Jose, Antonio Lane, Daniel Delgado, Erika Pangan, Aly Wijangco, and Arianna Norton.
The artistic and creative team of Disney’s CAMP ROCK: The Musical is led by Baby Barredo (Rep Artistic Director), Menchu Lauchengco-Yulo (Associate Artistic Director), Audie Gemora (Stage Director), Topper Fabregas (Assistant Director), Felix Rivera (Musical Director), Paulo Infante (Choreographer), John Batalla (Lighting Designer), Lex Marcos (Set Designer), and Raven Ong (Costume Designer).
Disney’s CAMP ROCK: The Musical’s production staff is composed of Juno Henares (Executive Producer), Gidget Tolentino (Production Manager and Sound Engineer), Ayam Barredo (Company Manager), Goldie T. Soon (Stage Manager), Denis Lagdameo (Technical Director), Pol Roxas (Sound Technician), Pablito Salvador (Lighting Technician) and Adul Lasin (Set Execution and Scenic Artist).
The marketing, sales and publicity of Disney’s CAMP ROCK: The Musical is led by Toots Tolentino (PR & Publicity) with Oliver Usison (PR and Publicity, Marketing), Letty Barredo, Marie Talay and Rose Silva (Marketing and Sales) and Jojit Lorenzo (Photography).
Co-presented by Velvet Channel and the City of Makati, Disney’s CAMP ROCK: The Musical promises to be an enjoyable treat for the family from the wonderful all-star cast.
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