The electrifying classic WEST SIDE STORY is ready to set the Manila stage ablaze with an outstanding all-American cast, many of whom come direct from Broadway, when the musical premieres at The Theatre at Solaire.
Described as ‘the No. 1 greatest musical of all time’ by The Times, UK, WEST SIDE STORY is inspired by Shakespeare’s tumultuous love story Romeo and Juliet, and is set amidst the vicious rivalry of teenage gangs in 1950s New York. Its ground-breaking choreography and unforgettable score changed the face of musical theatre for ever when it burst onto the Broadway stage in 1957. This timeless story of Tony and Maria and their fateful love affair remains as relevant today as it has ever been. Kevin Hack and Jenna Burns all set to play star-crossed lovers Tony and Maria.
This new production of WEST SIDE STORY is as daring, realistic and relevant today as it was on the day of its premiere. Jerome Robbins’ original choreography has been recreated by director and choreographer Joey McKneely while Musical supervisor is the renowned conductor Donald Chan.
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WEST SIDE STORY will be staged from 10 August to 27, 2017.
WEST SIDE STORY is a Michael Brenner production, produced by BB Promotion GmbH in association with Sundance Productions, Inc. NY, Lunchbox Theatrical Productions and David Atkins Enterprises.
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Article courtesy of Concertus Manila