After a successful run at the Depot Theatre last month, Bare – The Musical has transferred to the New Theatre.

“This pulsating, electric contemporary LGBT pop-rock musical follows a group of students at a Catholic boarding school as they grapple with issues of sexuality, identity and the future. The show will take audiences on an emotional musical journey. Peter and Jason have fallen in love, but they struggle with the fears of revealing their true selves to such an unforgiving world. With a unique sung-through pop score, heart-pounding lyrics and a cast of bright young characters, BARE rings with the sounds of youthful repression and revolt. BARE is a provocative, fresh and utterly honest look at the dangers of baring your soul … and the consequences of continuing to hide.”

Music by Damon Intrabartolo, Lyrics by Jon Hartmere, Jr., Directed and Choreographed by Hannah Barn via Supply Evolution

Jan 19-28 2017 at the New Theatre, 542 King Street, Newtown


The talented cast includes Aaron Robuck, Alex Jeans, Alexandra Lewtas, Annette Vitetta, Caroline Oayda, David McLeod, Ibrahim Matar, Jacob Barn, Julie Ryan, Matt Laird, Natalie Abbott, Sophie Perkins, Stephanie McKenna, Tara Hanrahan, Teale Howie and Timothy Langan.



“I was blown away … it was incredible.” (Little Book Owl … full review:

“It was wonderful … take this rare opportunity and make sure you see BARE live.”  (AU Review … full review:
“Musically and dramatically powerful … a strong young ensemble cast who play the piece with abundant attitude and energy” (Stage Whispers … full review:
 “Musical director Matthew Reid does wonders with his 8-piece band, providing injections of energy whenever required, and calibrating atmosphere with remarkable sensitivity throughout.” (Suzy Goes See … full review:

“A delightful surprise … any of these performers could walk into a professional, big theatre production of any musical you can think of and excel.” (Sydney Chic … full review:

 “The choreography and staging is so tight, thoughtful and inventive that it is almost cinematic. The cast assembled here is blindingly talented.” (Sydney Scoop … full review:

“The terrific ensemble deserves to play to full houses every night.” (SX Magazine … full review:

“All of the young cast are really superb in their roles. This is an energetic and rousing production, not be missed by any self-respecting musical theatre fans in Sydney.” (Alt Media … full review:

“Moving and powerful … exceptional performances … with some wonderful comic moments.  I wouldn’t miss out if I were you.” (Theatre Now/Talking Arts … full review: