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Last weekend to catch Disney’s “Camp Rock: The Musical”

Disney’s “Camp Rock : The Musical” is playing for one more weekend at Onstage, Greenbelt 1, Makati City with performances on December 14, 15 and 16.

“Camp Rock” is a fast-moving, engaging love story set to music that fires up the stage with over a dozen songs, including “This Is Me,” “Can’t Back Down,” “It’s On,” and “We Rock.”  Audience members are so thrilled by the non-stop high energy production numbers and lilting love songs that they have been coming back to watch performance after performance!  Disney’s “Camp Rock: The Musical” is being hailed as an event not to be missed!

Led by Morissette and Markki Stroem, the rest of the cast features Nacho Tambunting, Jef Flores, Cheska Ortega, Justine Pena, Nelsito Gomez, Cara Barredo, B Delgado, Mica Fajardo, Kiara Dario, Hans Braga, Eric Mercado, and Justin Valiente.

To be reckoned with is the ensemble of more than twenty other great performers handpicked by veteran director Audie Gemora.  They bested 300 other auditionees for their acting, singing, and dancing prowess.  Being one production number after the other, “Camp Rock” requires actors with great talent and energy to manage singing live while executing lengthy hip-hop dances.

The result is a great show that has you singing along, clapping your hands, flailing your arms, and tapping your toes.  It is undeniably an enjoyable treat for the family from the wonderful all-star cast.

Co-presented by Velvet Channel and the City of Makati, Disney’s “Camp Rock: The Musical” is also brought to you by Ayala Malls, BusinessWorld, HerWord.com, M2 Builders, Crossover 105.1, Radio High 105.9, Mellow 94.7, Skechers, Coleman, Inesca, Toby’s, Bizu, El Cielito Inn, No Fear, and Lane Movers.

For show details, please call 5716926 or 5714941 or log on to www.repertory.ph. Tickets are also available through Ticketworld at 8919999 or visit www.ticketworld.com.ph.

Visit www.repertory.ph, subscribe to youtube.com/repertoryphils, and “like” Repertory Philippines on Facebook.

Disney’s “Camp Rock: The Musical” is presented through special arrangement with Music Theatre International (MTI).

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