The original musical that’s based on a repertoire of pop classics successfully surmounts the hurdle of preventing the show from becoming a concert.
“Eto Na! Musikal nAPO!” opens this weekend at the Maybank Performing Arts Theater in Bonifacio Global City, and runs until Aug. 26.
Some public personalities spill all on a TV talk show, in a magazine or newspaper interview, or will forcibly ’fess up after getting caught in an incriminating situation.
At 32, actor-singer-theater artist Mark Bautista has dodged every grown man’s greatest fear—or more precisely, he has kept balding at bay before any of his fans could notice.
In keeping with the evening’s theme, singers Mark Bautista, Sheila Valderrama, Aicelle Santos and Jerald Napoles, accompanied on the piano by leading musician Ryan Cayabyab, sang a selection of Filipino standards, including “Ngayon at Kailanman,” “Ako’y Isang Pinoy,” and excerpts from such musicals as “Noli Me Tangere” and “Rak of Aegis.”
Epy Quizon will alternate with Jon Santos in the role of Dorina’s aunt
And Richard Rodgers’ music has never sounded richer and more alive than in the sumptuous playing by the Manila Philharmonic Orchestra