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I grew up watching a lot of plays. I really enjoy it and so when I became a mom I told myself that I’ll take my kids to watch them too. My goal is to take them to watch one at least once a year.

So far this year, we haven’t had a chance to do so yet but I had been eyeing Repertory Philippines’ Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs ever since I heard about it. Thankfully, recently I learned that there’s going to be a blocked show to be held on October 10, 2015, Saturday, at 4:30 p.m. at Onstage in Greenbelt 1.


Mommy Grace Atienza had this schedule blocked for the love of her homeschooled daughter, Sophie, who’s starring in the play as Dwarf Fred. She gets to perform for the first time along side veteran actors from Repertory Philippines. This musical treat is directed by the prominent “Rep stalwart”, Ms. Philyta Joy Virata.


They blocked this show for their family and friends to watch together. But they are also opening it to the public with Super Discounted Prices for the Early Birds and Bulk Orders. You can avail of these while supplies last.

Early Bird Discounted Prices(Limited Time Only):

  • P360/Ticket – Balcony seats
  • P560/Ticket – Orchestra seats

Take note that there will be no more seat numbers printed on the tickets. So, it will be first come, first served!

Originally, Onstage Ticket Prices range from P400 – P500 for Balcony seats and  P500 – 700 for Orchestra seats. So, you’ll really be saving a lot if you choose to purchase tickets for this blocked show instead.

Bulk Order Discount:

Those who will purchase tickets for groups/co-ops/classes can avail of an additional discount. Email [email protected] for details.

They also offer SPONSORSHIP PACKAGES for those who would like to advertise their products and

To purchase tickets, text Gracey at 0932-7129629. You can also visit the event page on Facebook for more information.

Hope to see you there!



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  1. I want to watch sana but I’m not sure if my 2 yo would enjoy it…
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  2. I grew up watching plays, too–and that’s also something I’d love to pass on to my children when they grow up. Of course, I have a 20-month-old boy, and I don’t think Snow White will be our first play with him! Haha! 🙂 Looking forward to reading your review on the play though! 🙂

  3. My eldest is already taking an interest in performing so I’d love to have her see this 🙂
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  4. zd had fun watching like this but he is now more enjoying rhymes he loves dancing and singing as well.
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  5. It’s one of my childhood favorites! I’ll tell my friends about this! 🙂
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  6. Plays are a fun to watch, I’ll just wait for my girl to be older so that she can enjoy it.
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  7. Woe she’s pretty! I’m certain this will be a great show. Jealous!
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  8. I want to watch Snow White with my daughters but my baby still can’ t appreciate it.
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