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Bare is the story of a group of teens as they wrestle with their identities, sexuality and religion at a co-ed Catholic boarding school. As their final year of high school draws to a close, they attempt to navigate the complex road from adolescence to adulthood and must then deal with the consequences of their choices as they prepare to take the next step in their lives.

This show is closed.

Performances ended on Feb. 3, 2013.

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About Bare on Broadway

Previews: Nov 19, 2012 • Opening: Dec 9, 2012 • Closing: Feb 3, 2013
Off-Broadway Musicals Drama
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New World Stages - Stage Four
340 West 50th Street
New York, NY 10019
Hearing Assistance
Assisted listening system available, no reservations. Loop technology is also available at this theater.
Wheelchair Access
Theatre is wheelchair accessible. Wheelchair seating does not involve steps.
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There is an elevator from the ground level to the theater level.
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What Is the Story of Bare?
Set at a co-ed Catholic boarding school, Bare tells the story of Peter, an awkward outcast who is having a secret affair with Jason, one of the most popular guys in school. While Peter is dying to make the relationship public, Jason is too concerned about his reputation. When Jason is propositioned by Ivy, a new student with a troubled past, he tries to ignore her advances. But as a series of slip-ups causes his classmates to get suspicious, Jason convinces himself to sleep with Ivy. As the impassioned love triangle spirals out of control, Jason is forced to face who he really is—even if his parents, classmates and teachers refuse to accept him.


A collection of our favorite reviews from professional news sources.

"The ever-sharp Missi Pyle ('Charlie and the Chocolate Factory') plays a smart, understanding nun and delivers handily during a hilarious scene where she also channels the Virgin Mary as a nightclub performer."

Entertainment Weekly

Tanner Stransky

"Barrett Wilbert Weed, as Jason’s druggy goth sister, stands out with her honeyed vocals. And Missi Pyle, brings down the house as the Virgin Mary in a glittery nightclub act."

New York Daily News

Joe Dziemianowicz

"Jason Hite and Taylor Trensch make an attractive and sympathetic pair of lovers as Jason and Peter, Elizabeth Judd is effectively confused and vulnerable as Ivy, and Barrett Wilbert Weed shows us the ache underneath the glowering, caustic Nadia."


Erik Haagensen

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Jason Hite
Elizabeth Judd
Missi Pyle
Sister Joan


Damon Intrabartolo
Book and Lyrics
Jon Hartmere
Additional Songs
Jon Hartmere and Lynne Shankel
Stafford Arima
Travis Wall
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