Lindsay Pearce, Payson Lewis, Jonah Platt and More Set to Star in L.A.'s BARE, 9/5
The cast also includes Lewis (NBC's "The Sing Off", "Victorious") as Peter, Platt ("The Office") as Jason, Pearce ("Glee", "The Glee Project") as Ivy, Katie Stevens ("American Idol"), Nathan Parrett (NBC's "The Voice"), Caitlin Ary, Kelsey Hainlen, Casey Hayden, Christopher Higgins, Reesa Ishiyama, Harrison Meloeny, Katherine Washington and Alissa-Nicole Koblentz.
Through its pulsating rock score and emotionally charged story, BARE has riveted and moved audiences around the world since its premiere in Los Angeles over a decade ago.
This incredible piece focuses on the coming-of-age of a group of high school seniors at a co-ed Catholic boarding school, each struggling to define themselves in the face of their relationships, sexuality and religion. With strong themes of acceptance, tolerance and equality, the book and music of BARE are increasingly relevant today.
Book by Jon Hartmere & Damon Intrabartolo, Music by Damon Intrabartolo, Lyrics by Jon Hartmere,
Produced by Topher Rhys and Jamie Lee Barnard, Directed by Calvin Remsberg, Musical Direction
Elmo Zapp, Choreographed by Jen Oundjian, Associate Musical Direction Andrew Orbison, Music Production Elmo Zapp, Associate Music Production Alex Seller, Co-Produced by Elmo Zapp and Stephanie Lazard, Poster Artwork Jocelyn Kornfeld, Presented by glory|struck productions, Hometown Los Angeles, CA, Record Label bare | LOS ANGELES, General Manager firstname.lastname@example.org | email@example.com, Influences Equality, Rock Music, Concert Theatre, Sister Chantelle, PBR, Current Location Hayworth Theatre #DTLA
For more information, visit: http://www.bare-LA.com
glory|struck productions creates music-driven art that aligns poignant narratives with relevant social issues to inspire collective action. Through compelling stories and identifiable characters, our aim is to bring theatre back to our youthful, concert-loving roots: vibrant, guitar-heavy and loud. We take pride that our products are musically intriguing, and affecting enough to inspire relevant social change.