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PAINTINGS by Fernando and Oddin Sena

‘Leading Lady’ musical is back; Senas hold father-and-son exhibit

PAINTINGS by Fernando and Oddin Sena
PAINTINGS by Fernando and Oddin Sena

“KUNG Paano Ako Naging Leading Lady, The Musical,” written by Carlo Vergara based on his one-act play and graphic novel of the same title, is having a rerun. It is presented by Manila’s newest theater group, Dalanghita Productions, in cooperation with the Philippine Educational Theater Association.

Shows will run weekends until July 26 in OnStage Greenbelt, Makati City.

Music and lyrics are by Vince de Jesus, with direction by Chris Martinez. Vergara, De Jesus and Martinez are the same team behind “ZsaZsa Zaturnnah Ze Muzikal,” which was a massive success with its multiple stage runs (the popular comic book and musical was later adapted for the big screen).

In the cast are Bituin Escalante, Frenchie Dy, Kim Molina, Natasha Cabrera, Markki Stroem, Hans Eckstein, Shiela Valderrama and May Bayot.

E-mail dalanghitaproductions @gmail.com. Call TicketWorld at 8919999, visit www.ticketworld.com.ph

Fernando and Oddin Sena in father-and-son exhibit

PAINTINGS by Fernando and Oddin Sena
PAINTINGS by Fernando and Oddin Sena

Father and son painters Fernando and Oddin Sena are holding a joint exhibit, “Play,” at Art Elements Asian Gallery, Level 3, SM Aura Premier, Bonifacio Global City, Taguig.

The exhibit features art as play with vivid images and colors. It runs until July 10.

 Carol Colborn’s book on American Dream

In 2004, Carol Carreon surprised many and retired from a prominent management and executive career in the Philippines.

She migrated to the United States, took care of grandkids, taught at colleges and universities, and volunteered as a small business counselor. Then she met Bill Colborn, a businessman.

After their cruise ship wedding in 20008, they drove to 49 US states, nine Canadian provinces and six Mexican states in an RV. Since 2010, she has blogged about their travels. Three years ago, she started working with iUniverse, a US publishing company.

Colborn’s book, “Carolina: Cruising to an American Dream,” is a record of her travels. The back cover says Carol Colborn “offers fascinating facts about irresistible places, surprising insights about unique encounters, and useful guides borne out of their experience… discovering America from within the cozy confines of an RV with lessons that came as fast as scenes changed. She not only learned how to be a wife without losing her identity and to be an American without losing her roots.”

The book was launched at Fully Booked in Bonifacio Global City last June 27.

Visit http://carolcolborn.wix.com/carolinacruising, http:// rvcruisinglifestyle.blogspot.com.