2 Aileens back in December RAK OF AEGIS!

Aicelle Santos and Kim Molina back-to-back in the December rerun of PETA's blockbuster theater hit, Rak of Aegis. The show begins December 5 until 14 at the PETA Theater Center in Quezon City. The two ladies play the roles of Aileen, a young promodizer caught in the knee-deep flooded streets of Villa Venizia, thinking she can make it big by recording herself singing amidst the floods and uploading it on Youtube, hoping that she will be discovered by Ellen Degeneres and making it to stardom.
Kim Molina, known from her win as Senior Grand Champion Vocalist of the World in the 2009 World Championships of the Performing Arts had auditioned too from other productions like Atlantis' Tarzan apart from joining singing contests. She admires the discipline of theater actors. More so, getting the part in Rak made her sing her heart louder with Aegis' birit-songs. Confessed Aegis fan, she had her training when she was little.
"Siyempre nong bata kapag gusto kang bumirit ng tatay mo, kung hindi Regine, edi Aegis!" 
Kim was discovered by Aicelle playing a character in Ghost the Musical and comes back for another rerun of Rak.
"Coming from the first run, sobrang ganda diba? So at least mapantayan, that’s the pressure that I feel ngayon, the pressure na to give whatever I could.”
Much like the character she plays, Kim is a loving daughter and a dreamer; she relates to Aileen’s hopes of making it big and helping her family.
Also coming back in the cast are Abi Sulit, Gab Pangilinan, Gio Gahol as the members of the ensemble, Jimmy Marquez as Jewel, Oj Mariano as Kiel, Arnell Ignacio as Fernan. The cast still includes members from the original run, Kalila Aguilos, Kakai Bautista, Neomi Gonzales, Jerald Napoles, Pepe Herrera, Myke Salomon, Poppert Bernadas, Nor Domingo, Julienne Mendoza, Ron Alfonso, Phillip Palmos, Gold Villar, Gimbey Dela Cruz, Jet Barrun, Paeng Sudayan, Carlon Matobato and John Moran.
Rak of Aegis features the songs of Aegis like Basang Basa sa Ulan, Luha, Halik, Sinta and more. For ticket reservations go to www.ticketworld.com.ph, or call TicketWorld at 891-9999. You may also contact PETA at 725-6244 or 0917-5765400 or email petatheater@gmail.com.
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