THEY'RE PLAYING OUR SONG review

just fit for the season if you're going to see 9 Works Theatrical's They're Playing Our Song. in a relationship or not, Nikki Gil and Lorenz Martinez will make you believe in love in this romantic comedy musical. but there are still more reasons why you shouldn't miss this.
getting involved in the song: this was the first time that i listened to Fallin' in its context. before, it was just singing the phrases with your whole heart out and when Loi sang it and seeing Nikki react to it. your softer side will flow. there whole ensemble of songs will live you up, tear you down, but still hope in love again. not to mention their back-up voices added to the fun of the whole story.

when rom-coms are usually for chick flicks, this story is addressed to men. this is Vernon's point of view of the relationship. my sympathy is to Vernon. i mean, who wants a third party in a relationship? no one does. it appears that Sonia is the antagonist in the story more of her ex.

the stage is amazing. transporting to not earlier than 1970's gives us a reminder from the revolving stage. with such creativity, the set transforms into another that fast and as entertaining.

They're Playing Our Song, a must-see Valentine treat for everyone is playing until March 3 by 9 Works Theatrical. see it in Carlos P. Romulo Auditorium, RCBC Plaza, Makati City.

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