My WWW (What to watch this week)


The Lion King1

  1. Disney’s The Lion King – The world’s #1 musical international production roars to Manila starting March 20 with extended shows until May 20. The Lion King cast includes Ntsepa Pitjeng who returns to the role of ‘Rafiki’, having performed the role in the USA, UK, Brazil, and Switzerland productions. Direct from London’s West End production is Mthokozisi Emkay Khanyile in the role of ‘Mufasa’. Also from the United Kingdom is music theatre performer Antony Lawrence as ‘Scar’. Catch the spectacular musical The Lion King at The Theater at Solaire. Ticket prices start at Php 7,250 (VIP), Php 5,850 (Zone A), Php 4,700 (Zone B), Php 3,600 (Zone C), and Php 2,250 (Zone D). Tickets can be purchased at



  1. Monty Python’s SPAMalot – A new musical lovingly ripped-off from the motion picture Monty Python and the Holy Grail is back with special performances from April 13 to 22 at the Globe Auditorium, Maybank Performing Arts Theater in BGC. Ticket prices start at Php 2,000 (Level 1 Center), Php 1,800 (Level 2 Center), Php 1,500 (Level 3 Center), Php 1000 (Level 2 Left & Right), Php 700 (Level 3 Left & Right). Tickets can be purchased at



Arsenic and Old Lace

  1. Arsenic & Old Lace – In his directorial debut for REP (Repertory Philippines), Jamie Wilson re-stages the dark comedy Arsenic and Old Lace featuring veteran casts like Joy Virata, Jay Valencia, Jeremy Domingo, Apollo Abraham and young theater actors Nelsito Gomez and Barbara Jance. Catch the opening night on April 6 at Onstage Theater, 2nd Floor Greenbelt 1, Makati City. The show will run until April 29, 2018. Tickets are priced at Php 1,500 (Orchestra Center) and Php 1,200 (Orchestra Sides). Tickers are now available at



  1. Sa Wakas (The Farewell Run) – Critically acclaimed, a homegrown musical based from the songs of Sugarfree returns with its farewell run from April 7 to May 27, 2018 at Power Mac Center Spotlight, Circuit Makati. Co-written by Andrei Nikolai Pamintuan and Mariane Abuan, with the music beautifully arranged by Ejay Yatco, Sa Wakas was one of the first to bring together the world of pop rock and theater in one groundbreaking musical. The show is created and produced by Charissa Pammit and is presented with the Manila Fringe Festival. Lighting design will be done by Miguel Panganiban, while Julian Vincent Cayabyab will design the set. Tickets fees start at Php 1,500 (VIP), Php 1,200 (Gold), Php 800 (Silver). Tickets can be purchased at

Sa Wakas


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