But it was as magical as theater could get watching Lorenz Martinez sing the Baker’s big number ‘No More’ a cappella
She has enchanted us as Anna in “The King and I”; made us cry buckets as the mom of a child sick with cancer in “Dani Girl”; and had us in stitches when she took on the role of theater actor Belinda Blair in the play-within-a-play “Noises Off.”
“Shrek The Musical,” which is running at Meralco Theater until Oct. 12, is a solid production. The production values are phenomenal. The props and costumes are well-made, the acting is competent, and the lights, sound and other fiddly bits that many productions this big get wrong or unevenly are done right.
After a “SHREKtacular” opening night in Manila, everyone’s favorite smelly ogre continues to spread joy and cheer in “Shrek the Musical”, a song-and dance-filled stage adaptation of the Oscar-winning DreamWorks animated film. “Shrek the Musical” runs until October 12 at the Meralco Theater.