Saturday, January 23, 2016

Will we still see stars in the future?

That's what PETA will answer this season.

After its success with Rak of Aegis, PETA kicks of 2016 with another groovy jukebox musical "3 Stars & a Sun." 

PETA Arts Zone Director Marichu Belarmino says it's a genre that young people are familiar with because of the Hunger Games. 

The story happens inside a storm dome, an intimidating metal set with a futuristic feel.

It's a dystopic play that reminds Filipinos to vote wisely come election time to avoid the possibility of a bleak future. It's a cautionary tale; what we do now matters to what we will be like.

Wired up with the hits of the late Francis Magalona, it's pegged to be shown before his death anniversary.

Director Nor Domingo says: "If he can sing about problems a hundred years ago in the 90s, he can still be singing that 90 years from now."
Choreographed by Delphine Buencamino, "3 Stars and a Sun" will run from Feb 4 to March 6 at the PETA Theater in Quezon City.


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