WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. -- White Plains Performing Arts Center will unleash its new pop opera "BARE," on July 26 for one weekend only.
The collaborative effort between WPPAC and Harrison Summer Theatre is a 2004 coming-of-age musical following the lives of five students at a Catholic boarding school.
The students struggle to find their place in the world and their own purpose inside and outside their complicated relationships.
The story focuses on the romantic relationship between two boys, Jason and Peter, who confront the realities of hiding their relationship in the midst of a religious community.
The description on WPPAC's website says, "This is a beautiful story of going against adults, religion and everything that they were ever told."
BARE is directed by Jeremy Quinn with musical direction by Stephen Ferri, choreography by Lexie Fennell Frare and lighting design by Jamie Roderick.
The cast includes Travis Amiel, Richie Barrella, Sarah-Teresa Brown, David Cronin, Colin Earyes, Kaitlin Ferrara, Natalia Fogarty, Kerri George, Terri-Ann Gordon, Aaron Michael Krueger, Darian Marchetto, Kurt McMannus, Triona O’Callaghan, Paulette Oliva, Thomas Oliverio, Sydney Parra, Analise Rios, Adam Salazar, Stephanie Savino, Melissa Trainor and Adam Welsh.
The show contains material suitable for mature audiences, so bring children under 13 at your own discretion.
BARE will be performed on Friday July 26 and Saturday July 27 at 8 p.m., and Sunday July 28 at 7 p.m.
Tickets are $25 for adults, $20 for students (22 and younger).
For tickets call 914-328-1600 or online at www.wppac.com
The center is located at 11 City Place in White Plains.
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