While Christmas is over, you can still gift friends and loved ones with the most unforgettable live theater experience they can enjoy all-year round.
Surprise them with REP’s 2018 Season Pass for Repertory Philippines’ 81st Season and give them a golden – or silver – ticket to REP’s new lineup of amazing shows.
Get the special people in your life a subscription ticket to the first three productions at a 30 percent discount. If they won’t be able to watch one of the first three shows of 2018, the season subscription ticket can be used to watch REP Theater for Young Audiences’ Rapunzel for free.
A Gold season subscription ticket (Orchestra Center) goes for only P3,200, while the Silver season subscription ticket (Orchestra Side) is at P2,500.
You could also gift them with a one-year subscription to all four wonderful productions at a 30 percent discount, with a Gold season ticket (Orchestra Center) for only P3,700 or a Silver season ticket (Orchestra Side) for P3,000.
The season kicks-off with a hilarious comedy about a colorful crew of musicians called Comedy of Tenors running from Jan. 26 to Feb. 18, followed by the groundbreaking true story of female astronomers in Silent Sky from March 2 to 25.
Then from April 6 to 29, laugh yourselves out of your seats as you watch Arsenic and Old Lace, a classic popularized through a film-adaptation starring Cary Grant. REP Theater for Young Audiences also returns from Sept. 15 to Jan. 27, 2019 with a magical retelling of Rapunzel.
Where else will you get such a great deal enjoying the finest live theatrical productions in Manila? Make the REP 2018 Season Pass your gift of choice and give someone the chance to experience the stage with REP.
For inquiries, you may call REP at 843.3570, and Ticketworld at 891.999 or log on to www.ticketworld.com.ph.
For updates and show schedules, log on to www.repertoryphilippines.ph, like and follow repertoryphilippines on Facebook and Instagram, and follow @repphils on Twitter.
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