Full Cast Announced for Atlantis Theatrical’s ‘Waitress’

L-R: Joanna Ampil as Jenna and Bibo Reyes as Dr. Pomatter

With Waitress set to open in a little over a month from now, Atlantis Theatrical has finally unveiled its complete cast!

The show, which continues to run on Broadway and will open in London’s West End next year, features music and lyrics from 6-time Grammy nominee Sara Bareilles, and will open on November 9 at the Carols P. Romulo Auditorium, RCBC Plaza.

Waitress tells the story of a pie maker named Jenna who, despite the mundanity of her life, finds comfort and reckoning in the simple magic of baking. With the help of her two friends Dawn and Becky, she dreams of a way out of her loveless marriage and musters the courage to change her life for the better.

As previously announced, Joanna Ampil will be playing the lead role of Jenna Hunterson. The role of Becky and Dawn will be played by Bituin Escalante and Maronne Cruz respectively.

L-R: Bituin Escalante, Joanna Ampil, Maronne Cruz

Joining them are Bibo Reyes (In the Heights, Rock of Ages, Matilda, Ang Huling El Bimbo) as Dr. Pomatter, Nino Alejandro (Jersey Boys, The Full Monty, The Bridges of Madison County) as Ogie, George Schulze (Hair, Monty Python’s Spamalot, The Horse and His Boy, 50 Shades! A Musical Parody) as Earl, Dean Rosen (Monty Python’s Spamalot) as Cal, and Steven Conde (Bridges of Madison County the Musical, Jersey Boys, Kinky Boots, Matilda the Musical) as Joe.



Waitress also features Luigi Quesada, Gerhard Krysstopher, Luis Marcelo, Emeline Celis Guinid, Teetin Villanueva, Sarah Facuri, and Jillian Ita-as.

The show is directed by Bobby Garcia, with choreography by Cecile Martinez, set design by Tony Award winner David Gallo, lighting design by Aaron Porter, musical direction by Farley Asuncion, costume design by Raven Ong, sound Design by Josh Millican, hair and make up design by Johann dela Fuente and vocal coaching by Manman Angsico.

The international premiere of Waitress will run from November 9 to December 2 at the Carlos P. Romulo Auditorium, RCBC Plaza, Makati.

You can buy tickets HERE.

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