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Event: In the Heights, the musical

Atlantis Productions and The LiST Group

proudly present

IN THE HEIGHTS
THE OPENING NIGHT

September 2, 2011
Carlos P. Romulo Theater, RCBC Plaza


Broadway’s most refreshing musical comes to Manila in its first ever run! Winner of 4 Tony Awards in 2008 including Best Musical and Best Choreography, In The Heights has definitely captured the hearts of millions around the world with its touching story and great musical beats!

In The Heights tells the story of a vibrant community in Manhattan’s Washington Heights – a place where the coffee from the corner bodega is light and sweet and the rhythm of generations of music can be heard everywhere. It’s a neighborhood on the brink of change, armored with dreams and pressures and the biggest challenges are that of deciding which traditions to fulfill and pursue, and which ones to forget and leave behind.

Ticket Prices
Orchestra Center P1,700
Orchestra Side P1,600
Loge P1,300
Loge Back/Side P800
Balcony P700

For tickets, call The LiST Group at +63917.8171954 or +63917.8392627 or email them at intheheightsthemusical@gmail.com

For more information regarding the story and characters, or details on the location, visit www.intheheightsthemusical.blogspot.com or http://www.atlantisproductionsinc.com or http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=114949475262556

EXPERIENCE THE MOST EXCITING MUSICAL TO HIT THE LOCAL BROADWAY SCENE!

See you at the opening night of IN THE HEIGHTS!

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