Monday, January 28, 2013

Rivalry: Ateneo - La Salle, The Musical (The Second Round)

The original Filipino musical “Rivalry” attempts to take the legendary competition between Ateneo and La Salle from the basketball court and into the performing arts stage. 

In a nutshell, “Rivalry” revolves around two families in 1968: the Valencias with its star Atenean basketball star, Paco (O.J. Mariano) and member of the Social Order Club, Quito (Red Concepcion); and the Basilios, with the La Salle court heartthrob Tommy (Mako Alonso). Incidentally, the Valencia boys and Tommy are actually cousins. Tommy and Quito, despite coming from opposing schools, are the best of friends.

Along with the fight between the two ballplayer cousins and their respective fathers for the honor and glory of their schools being the 1968 NCAA basketball champions, Tommy and Quito find themselves falling for the same girl.

Cast members also include Noel Trinidad, Athena Tibi, Cara Barredo, and Joel Trinidad. 

Produced by The 4th Wall Theater Company
Lyrics by Joel Trinidad 
Music by Ed Gatchalian 
Book and Direction by Jaime del Mundo

Catch RIVALRY on its closing weekend run!
Contact Us:
Robert Ceazar Marzan  (0922.888.5348)
Jayme del Rosario (0927.202.2017)
  Onay Sales (0917.908.0565)

Orchestra Center - P1500  
Orchestra Sides - P1300 
Loge Center - P1250 
Loge Sides - P1100 
Balcony Center - P800 
Balcony Sides - P500

Tuesday, January 8, 2013

PETA opens 2013 with another musical you'll surely love!  
Take a trip down memory lane as PETA adapts William Shakespeare's Twelfth Night into a flavorful swinging sixties musical!
Celebrate the fun and freedom of this decade and enjoy this tale of love, confusion and mistaken identity.  

'D Wonder Twins of Boac mixes 60s fashion and music under the setting of the late 60‘s Philippine film industry--during a transition after the golden years of local cinema. 

Cast includes Shamaine Centenera Buencamino, Anna Cristina Villonco, Bodjie Pascua, Juliene Mendoza, Arnel Ignacio and Chrome Cosio to mention a few. 

This modern adaptation is 
written by notable playwright and theater actor Rodolfo Vera, 
directed by PETA Artistic Director Maribel Legarda 
(the woman behind Care Divas & William) 
with music by Jeff Hernandez.  


Catch it on its closing weekend run
MARCH 2, 2013 / SAT / 8PM / PETA
Ticket Prices: 1000, 800 and 600
Contact Us:
Robert Ceazar Marzan  (0922.888.5348)
Jayme del Rosario (0927.202.2017)
  Onay Sales (0917.908.0565)