You have sent in your entries for a chance to win 2 tickets to watch Kung Paano Ako Naging Leading Lady on July 18, Saturday at 8PM at OnStage, Greenbelt 1. This show is one of the three remaining shows of Ms. Bituin Escalante as Mely, so hurry up and get your tickets now. She is partnered with Hans Eckstein as Leading Man and co-starring with Kim Molina (Rak of Aegis) as Viva. There are also new cast members for this second run: Rhenwyn Gabalonzo and Chuck Lazaro-Hipol as Henyotic and Bazooka Man, respectively.
Again, this show is for the benefit of Center for Health Improvement and Life Development (CHILDHAUS), a temporary home for patients battling cancer. You’re not only enjoying a great original Filipino-made musical, you’re also supporting a great cause. Plus, Nestle will be giving away scoops of Nestle Temptations Flavors of the World ice cream. Be sure to arrive early at the venue to get FREE ice cream!
And now. The moment you’ve all been waiting for. The winner of 2 tickets to watch Kung Paano Ako Naging Leading Lady on July 18, 8PM is…
Haven’t watched the new hit original Filipino musical that everyone (even non-enthusiasts of theater) has been talking about?
Well you’re in luck! Amiciness is giving away 2 tickets to 1 lucky winner to watch Kung Paano Ako Naging Leading Lady on July 18, Saturday at 8PM at OnStage, Greenbelt 1. This show is for the benefit of Center for Health Improvement and Life Development (CHILDHAUS), a temporary home for patients battling cancer.
“How do I win tickets,” you ask? There are two ways to win.
Sad that you missed Kung Paano Ako Naging Leading LadyThe Musical on its opening run? Well, here’s your chance to witness the new hit musical on its rerun this July. This time, catch it at On Stage, Greenbelt 1, Makati City.
This original Pilipino musical is directed by Chris Martinez. The star studded cast also returns with Bituin Escalante & Frenchie Dy as Mely (the dakilang maid who is challenged to work with the most unusual set of bosses yet), Kim Molina & Natasha Cabrera as Viva (Mely’s not so bright but voluptuous and loving sister), Markki Stroem & Hans Eckstein as Leading Man (the newbie superhero that struggles to find his place) and many more.
I have watched the show three times already and I’m still left in awe each and every time! The July 18 gala show is even more special since portion of the proceeds is for the benefit of Center for Health Improvement and Life Development (CHILDHAUS). CHILDHAUS’s mission is to provide a temporary home to children and adults undergoing medical evaluation/treatment for cancer and other illnesses in different government hospitals of Metro Manila.
Orchestra Center – 1,500
Orchestra Sides – 1,200
Balcony – 800
Contact Noel (0917-8542860) or buy tickets via TicketWorld.
Read Kung Paano Ako Naging Leading Lady The Musical Reviews:
I mentioned before that I’m attending 9 Works Theatrical’s Stage Camp (Adult Class) and for our showcase, we will be adapting a musical-comedy called Lucky Stiff. It first premiered in 1988 and just last year its movie adaptation was released. And now, on the 23rd of May 2015 (Saturday), we will be playing it for the first time in the Philippines. Consider this a personal invitation to watch us sing, dance and act at the Carlos P. Romulo Auditorium, RCBC Plaza, Makati City. Please see the details below.
How far would you go for six million bucks? Follow shoe salesman Harry Witherspoon as he competes with many others on a wild goose chase for his late Uncle’s fortune! From the writers of Once On This Island, Seussical the Musical, Anastasia, and many more, The Adult Class of 9 Works Theatrical‘s Stage Camp 2015 brings you
Catch us on May 23 (Saturday), 8 pm at the Carlos P. Romulo Auditorium, RCBC Plaza, Makati City.
One thing that excites me the most about reruns is the addition of new cast members. The anticipation of who will play which role makes me want to endlessly guess and cast an imaginary set of actors inside my head.
Good thing, 9 Works Theatrical is starting to announce the fresh set of faces in this season’s Grease. What’s even better is that Steven Silva, one of my favorite people will debut as the Rydell High’s rock star, Johnny Casino. (I’m so excited to watch him perform Born the Hand Jive!)