By Vincen Gregory Yu
Is it mere coincidence that “Chicago,” the Tony Award-winning musical centered on celebrity criminals, should end its 23-performance run in Manila on the same week that the country is rattled by the mind-blowing exposé that high-profile crooks in the New Bilibid Prison are living in sickening luxury?
The sensational Broadway and West End musical “Chicago” sets the stage on fire night after night during its highly-anticipated Manila season, playing only until December 21, 2014 at The Theatre at Solaire.
By Pam Pastor
In “Chicago,” a musical about murder, greed, corruption and fame, Roxie Hart’s clueless husband Amos feels invisible, and rightfully so—even the band ignores him.
The BuCor College Guild & Drama Guild performed “Love in Action: Sining na Walang Rehas” for Sr. Martine Tapsoba, Mother General, Religious of the Assumption, Sr. Maria Del Carmen Escribano, Sr. Françoise Martin, Sr. Maria Eugenia Ramirez, Sr. Sheryl Reyes and Sr. Anna Carmela Pesongco.
The sensational Broadway and West End musical “Chicago” is ready to thrill Philippine audiences and set the stage on fire beginning December 3. The Manila season runs until Dec. 21 at The Theatre at Solaire, and is presented in the Philippines by Visa and Smart Infinity, in cooperation with Solaire Resort and Casino.