REAL LIFE FAIRYTALES, 6 Unique vignettes about how fantastical real life is

Starting SEPT 20 – OCT. 1, 2016 Ateneo Blue Repertory presents “Real Life Fairytales”. This Original blueREP production opens the theater group’s 25th Season.

REAL LIFE FAIRYTALES is composed of six unique vignettes about how fantastical real life can be, or alternately, how fantasy isn’t not much different from real life.

In this play, it deals with contemporary issues such as mental health, body image, and drug use are examined through the lens of the magical and unusual.

Experience the extraordinary world that these talented individuals have envisioned. Join them and the Ateneo Blue Repertory this September for their Silver Anniversary’s Season premiere, which seeks to bring urgency, honesty, and even just a little bit of magic to our own reality.

This musical scene-cycle is written and musically directed by a homegrown blueREP talent, Ejay Yatco; who is a composer, musical director and pianist. In 2013, he represented the Philippines in the World Championship of the Performing Arts where he made it to the top 3 and took home a gold and three silver medals.

Alongside Ejay Yatco, Real-Life Fairytales is directed by Missy Maramara who is a renowned instructor in the Theater Arts Program of the Ateneo’s Department of Fine Arts. She holds an MFA in Drama (Performance) from the University of Arkansas (Fayetteville), through the International Fulbright Scholarship program.

Real-Life Fairytales is choreographed by Franco Ramos who recently graduated on full academic scholarship (ENTRACA) from De La Salle – College of Saint Benilde under the school’s AB – Technical Theater Program. He is entering one of his first solo ventures into musical theater choreography with Real Life Fairytales.

Real-Life Fairytales will run from September 20, 2016 to October 1, 2016 at the Fine Arts theater, Gonzaga Hall, Ateneo de Manila University and tickets will cost Php 250 each. You may also contact Mine Sandoval at 09358768970 for inquiries and reservation. For more inquiries, you may check our facebook page Ateneo Blue Repertory, and our twitter and Instagram at @_blueREPERTORY.

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