On its 50th anniversary, REP is partnering with Ayala Land’s Circuit Makati in a joint effort to make the arts more accessible to different communities.

A re-run of Repertory Philippines’ first original musical production entitled The Glitter Trap will be staged for the kids and families of Makati’s barangays. The show, to be held on August 19, 3PM at Circuit Makati’s Power Mac Center Spotlight, will be free of charge to selected youth and kids from the neighboring Makati barangays.

“REP continues its efforts of making an impact in the lives of different people with the shows that we produce,” says REP President and CEO Mindy Perez-Rubio. “This partnership with Ayala Land has given us the wonderful opportunity to share that with the Makati community, particularly, its youth.”

According to Ayala Land, Inc. Assistant Vice President Mel Igancio, “We and REP have many shared values, and making the arts accessible to more people is our common objective for this initiative. We hope to inspire the whole community, and help the young audience develop an appreciation for theater with the meaningful story we show them.”

The Glitter Trap will have another run on August 20, with the same talented cast of actors, directors, and choreographers. Get your tickets early and help fund a show for the kids of Makati

For inquiries, call REP at 843.3570, and Ticketworld at 891.999 or log on to www.ticketworld.com.ph

Event Date

  •  August 19 3PM - August 20 3PM

Contact Information

Address: Hippodromo, Makati, Metro Manila
Contact Number: (0926) 659 1009



Circuit Makati, Hippodromo Street,
Carmona Makati City,

Circuit Makati is located at the former Sta. Ana Racetrack, just a few minutes from the Makati central business district. It’s located near the border of Santa Ana, Manila, bounded by the Pasig River on the north, Hippodromo Street on the south, Fortuna Street to the east, and Aurelio Reyes Avenue to the west, which connects to Chino Roces Avenue.

It’s located 1.5 kilometers north of Makati’s CBD and is accessible via Ayala Avenue and South Avenue. It’s also accessible via J.P. Rizal Avenue and Kalayaan Avenue.