Supply Evolution
in association with The Depot Theatre presents
Bare 
Book by Jon Hartmere, Jr. and Damon Intrabartolo, lyrics by Hartmere and music by Intrabartolo
A pulsating, electric contemporary rock musical

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30 Nov - 17 Dec  2016

The Depot Theatre
142 Addison Rd, Marrickville 

"Bare goes boldly where most other high school musicals fear to go; it’s a thought-provoking piece dealing truthfully and edgily with gay sexual identity...Hannah Barn’s production handles big issues sensitively and truthfully." - STAGE WHISPERS
 
"The most impressive part of this production is the amazing talent on show. Any of these performers could walk into a professional, big theatre production of any musical you can think of and excel." - SYDNEY CHIC
 
"After what has been a pretty great year, Marrickville's Depot Theatre saved the most ambitious production for last...The cast assembled here is blindingly talented, each with powerful voices that invest the songs with just the right amount of light and shade." - SYDNEY SCOOP
 
"Bare is a cleverly written musical full of wit and sass (and epic one liners) accompanied by some really beautiful music."
 - AU REVIEW


"Beautiful musical theatre entertainment for all, providing an uplifting island of joy and fun...With this final show of the year, The Depot Theatre again delivers a legendary show. Recommended." - SYDNEY ARTS GUIDE

"The young cast threatens to blow the roof with the sheer energy of their performances....Talent is on display in abundance." - GAY NEWS NETWORK


 
8pm Wed-Sat, 5pm Sun
(Preview Wed 30 Nov and Thurs 1 Dec)
 

 
Director and Choreographer Hannah Barn
Producer Julian Batchelor
 
Cast includes Aaron  Robuck,  Sophie  Perkins,  Alex  Jeans, Natalie Abbott, Timothy Langan, Teale Howie, Alexandra Lewtas, Caroline Oayda, Matt Laird, Stephanie McKenna, Ibrahim Matar, Tara Hanrahan, Annette Vitetta, Penny Larkins and Gavin Leahy
Bare follows a group of students at a Catholic boarding school as they grapple with issues of sexuality, identity, and the future. The show rings with the sounds of youthful repression and revolt. With a unique sung-through pop score, heart-pounding lyrics, and a cast of bright young characters; Bare is a provocative, fresh, and utterly honest look at the dangers of baring your soul, and the consequences of continuing to hide.