Map to Star Theater (Hairspray Manila)

Map of Star Theater (Hairspray Manila)

From the airport : Take a car or taxi towards Roxas Boulevard and get in the u-turn lane. On the same road, make a right onto Coastal Shopping Mall, then right onto President Macapagal Boulevard and head straight on for the Cultural Centre of the Philippines Complex.

From LRT Station of Vito Cruz : Below LRT station of Vito Cruz, take VITO CRUZ road (going Roxas Blvd.), it will lead you to PEDRO BUKANEG road which is an access to CCP Complex area.

From Malate-Roxas Blvd. area to CCP Complex : From Roxas Blvd. take right turn to VICENTE SOTTO road right after PEDRO BUKANEG.

If you dont have a private vehicle, from Vito Cruz LRT station – walk to VITO CRUZ going Roxas Blvd. – before RIZAL MEMORIAL STADIUM there’s a vehicle (jeepney type) that will lead you to CCP complex area, just inform the driver about your desired destination.

Key Landmarks:

Star City: The famous Christmas Theme Park in Manila. Star Theater is at the side of Star City. The theater has a different entrance from the main Star City entrance (it is along the alley at the right side of Star City).

Aliw Theater: This is different from Star Theater. But the two theaters are near to each other. It is actually easier to see Aliw Theater because of its huge signage and because it’s within the main thoroughfare. Star Theater, however, is already within a short walking distance (less than 5 minutes) from Aliw Theater. You can actually park your cars in the parking area facing Aliw Theater.

Tickets for the November 23, 8pm show are available through ManilaTheater. Reserve your tickets through email( or text (+63917-8735412).


Hairspray Manila: November 23 Tickets (Get them here!)

Don’t fail to catch the shimmy-shaking musical that everyone’s talking about, Hairspray the Musical, in Manila.

Tickets for the November 23 show are available here. Just email or text +63917-8735412 to reserve your tickets.

Ticket prices at 1200, 1000, 800 and 600.

Venue: Star Theater, CCP Complex 

Reserve your tickets now!

Hairspray Manila: Tickets for November 14 (Opening Night)

Looking for tickets for the opening night of Hairspray the Musical in Manila this November 14?

Look no further. Ticket reservations are just a text or phone call away. Reserve your tickets now through 0917-8735412!

Since it’s less than 24 hours before the show, just text us and we will reserve the tickets for you. Then proceed to Star Theater, CCP Complex (inside Star City) at least 1 hour before the show. Show starts at 8pm, so be there by 7pm. It’s that easy.

No need to queue up! No need to pick-up your tickets from somewhere else! No need to buy online! Hassle free.

3-Easy Steps!

Step 1: Text 0917-8735412 to reserve

Step 2:Go straight to Star Theater by 7pm (the show starts at 8pm)

Step 3: Get your tickets by the entrance and enjoy the show!

Tickets are at 1200, 1000, 800 and 600.

Text now and watch the musical event of the year!

Can’t make it on November 14? We are selling tickets to another show: November 23 (Sunday, 8pm). Reserve your tickets through text (0917-8735412) or email me (

Hairspray Manila All Set – Get Your Tickets Now!

Atlantis Production’s highly anticipated production of the Tony Award winning musical HAIRSPRAY is all set to open on November 14 at the Star Theatre, CCP Complex.

Heading the cast is newcomer Madel Ching as Tracy Turnblad. An Ateneo student, Madel was one out of over 300 people who auditioned for a part in the musical.


Joining her are Michael de Mesa as Edna, Dulce as Motormouth Maybelle, Menchu Lauchengco-Yulo as Velma Von Tussle, Nyoy Volante as Seaweed J. Stubbs, Monica Reynoso as Penny, Noel Rayos as Corny Collins, Enchang Kaimo as the Female Authority Figure, Gabe Mercado as the Male Authority Figure and also making their professional theatre debut, Tim Espinosa as Link Larkin and Christine Allado as Amber Von Tussle. Joining them in the ensemble are Jordan Aguilar, Emy Alcid, Caisa Borromeo, Mayen Cad, Erika Cedilla, Red Concepcion, Gerlin Francisco, Bea Garcia, Crienna House, Yanah Laurel, Cheeno Macaraig, Michael Odoemene, Anthony Ong, Mark Tayag, and Lee Villoria.


HAIRSPRAY is directed by Bobby Garcia, Choreography by Cecille Martinez, Musical Direction by Archie Castillo, Production Design by Gino Gonzales, Lighting Design by Shoko Matsumoto and Specialty wigs by The Broadway Wig Co.


For tickets reservations to the November 14 (Friday opening night, 8pm) and November 23 (Sunday, 8pm) shows, you may contact me through:


Text: 0917-8735412

Ticket prices at 1200, 1000, 800 and 600.

Venue at Star Theater, CCP Complex.

Free delivery in areas within Metro Manila.

Nyoy Volante Joins Hairspray Manila

Nyoy Volante

Nyoy Volante

Multi Awarded Singer/Songwriter Nyoy Volante returns to his theatre roots when he plays Seaweed J. Stubbs in Atlantis Productions’ highly anticipated staging of the Tony Award Winning Musical HAIRSPRAY which opens on November 14, 2008 at the Star Theatre, CCP Complex.

Nyoy recently released his fifth album, entitled Heartstrings with the carrier single BECAUSE. And although he has focused on his recording career for the last five years, Nyoy is thrilled to be returning to the legitimate stage in a show he truly loves.

Nyoy says, “When the film version of HAIRSPRAY came out, I was really impressed with the music and how unique the characters were. Naturally, when I found out Atlantis was doing a Manila Production, I wanted to be a part of it.” Nyoy’s last stage musical was five years ago in Atlantis’ DREAMGIRLS, where he alternated with Jett Pangan as James Thunder Early.

Although his true passion is writing songs that come from straight from his heart, he has great respect for theatre artists and prides himself in having started out as a theatre actor. He says, “I hope everyone agrees with me when I say that the theatre arts’ level of discipline is considered one of the highest among all the performing arts. And the training (from voice, to movement, to acting) is really, really hard. It’s always a challenge and a test of stamina to do a show. And the fulfillment at the end of the day is tremendous.”

HAIRSPRAY is directed by Bobby Garcia, Choreography by Cecille Martinez, Production Design by Gino Gonzales, Lighting Design by Shoko Matsumoto, Musical Direction by Archie Castillo with FILharmoniKA.

For tickets reservations to the November 14 (Friday opening night, 8pm) and November 23 (Sunday, 8pm) shows, you may contact me through:


Text: 0917-8735412

Ticket prices at 1200, 1000, 800 and 600.

Venue at Star Theater, CCP Complex.

Free delivery in areas within Metro Manila.

About Hairspray the Musical

Atlantis productions will be staging the Broadway-hit musical HAIRSPRAY here in Manila this November 2008.

I’m selling tickets to 2 playdates of Hairspray:

November 14 (Friday, opening night) and November 23 (Sunday)

Ticket prices at 1200, 1000, 800 and 600.

For ticket reservations, please e-mail or text (SMS) me at:


Cellphone: +63917-8735412

To those who are unfamiliar with Hairspray, here are some info about this hit musical:

Hairspray is a musical based upon the 1988 John Waters movie, with a book by Mark O’Donnell and Thomas Meehan, music by Marc Shaiman (who co-wrote the music and lyrics for the acclaimed animated musical, South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut), and lyrics by Marc Shaiman and Scott Wittman.

It is the Winner of 8 Tony Awards including BEST MUSICAL.

The songs in Hairspray include 1960s-style dance music and “downtown” rhythm and blues.

The Plot

This bebop musical tells the fun, flouncing story of “a big girl with big dreams – and even bigger hair” who sets out to desegregate the local TV dance show. In 1962 Baltimore, Maryland, plump teenager Tracy Turnblad’s dream is to dance on The Corny Collins Show, a local TV dance program. When Tracy wins a role on the show, she becomes a local celebrity, and in the glee and glitz of the early 60’s, teaches a few lessons about tolerance, understanding, and cosmetics to the TV audience.

Theater Run

The musical’s original Broadway production opened in 2002 and won eight Tony Awards out of thirteen nominations. As of April 2008, it has played for over 2,300 performances. Hairspray has also enjoyed U.S. national tours and numerous foreign productions. The London West End production was nominated for a record-setting eleven Laurence Olivier Awards, winning for Best New Musical and in three other categories.

Movie Adaptation

In 2007, Hairspray was adapted as one of the most successful and popular movie musicals starring John Travolta, Zac Efron, Queen Latifah and Michelle Pfeiffer.

Family-Friendly Musical

Family Rundown: This show is certainly family-friendly fare.

Winner of Several Tony Awards

  • Tony Award for Best Musical
  • Tony Award for Best Book of a Musical
  • Tony Award for Best Original Score (Music & Lyrics) Written for the Theatre
  • Tony Award for Best Costume Design (William Ivey Long)
  • Tony Award for Best Direction of a Musical
  • Tony Award for Best Scenic Design (nominee)
  • Tony Award for Best Lighting Design (nominee)
  • Tony Award for Best Choreography (nominee)
  • Tony Award for Best Orchestration (nominee)

Critics’ Response

“An exuberant new musical has been fashioned from John Waters’s 1988 film about Baltimore teens at the doorstep of integration in the early sixties. So many numbers in Hairspray bring down the house, it’s a wonder the Neil Simon Theatre is still standing after the final curtain.” — New York Magazine

“…this sweet, infinitely spirited, bubblegum-flavored confection won’t be lacking for buyers any time soon. Arriving in an aerosol fog of advance hype, it more than lives up to its promise.” — Charles Isherwood, Variety review

“So what if it’s more than a little pushy in its social preaching? Stocked with canny, deliriously tuneful songs by Marc Shaiman and Scott Wittman and directed by Jack O’Brien with a common touch that stops short of vulgarity, ‘Hairspray’ is as sweet as a show can be without promoting tooth decay. …[it] succeeds in recreating the pleasures of the old-fashioned musical comedy without seeming old-fashioned. …Shaiman…is taking the infectious hooks and rhythms from period pop and R&B and translating them into the big, bouncy sound that Broadway demands…. And while the savvy arrangements… nod happily to Motown, Elvis, Lesley Gore ballads and standards like “Higher and Higher,” the score’s appeal isn’t nostalgic. It’s music that builds its own self-contained, improbably symmetrical world….” — Ben Brantley

For ticket reservations, please e-mail or text (SMS) me at:


Cellphone: +63917-8735412

Free delivery in certain areas within Metro Manila.