John Travolta either needs glasses, a dyslexia test or a sobriety test after he botched Idina Menzel’s name so badly by calling her “Adele Dazeem” (or something that sounds like it). As expected, Ms Dazeem clones immediately popped up on Twitter, including @AdelaDazeem who tweeted “Thank you, Jorn Tromolto,” which had over 27,000 retweets.
The experience of watching Ateneo Blue Repertory’s “Toilet: The Musical” (which concluded March 1 after a three-week run) approximated that of sitting in the middle of a Bornean rainforest, at three in the afternoon in May, to see some cool animals appear.
“No Exit,” by French playwright Jean-Paul Sartre, depicts three deceased characters in the afterlife, punished by being locked into a room together for eternity. It is the source of Sartre’s often misinterpreted quote, “L’enfer, c’est les autres,” or “Hell is other people.”
There was really no music at first, or even an actual script.