6 Things you didn't know about RAK OF AEGIS
If you're a super fan like I am, there are details that really caught your attention and be ready to catch these bits during the rerun of Rak of Aegis this December 5-14 at PETA Theater Center.
- The Footwear - Since Villa Venizia supposedly gets their income in the shoe industry before the flood happened, you'll see Jewel's well-adorned designer boots. From the play to the curtain call, you'll have a fiesta of colors and style made by Maco Custodio who is a trained shoe engineer with a degree in Industrial Design from University of Sto. Tomas.
- What is Baha Jos? Remember some impromptu moments when the cast gets random people from the audience? (I wish I was one of them) A sip from the bottle of Baha Jos adds more excitement when people assumed that it came from the flood water. It is absolutely clean and even QC Mayor Herbert Bautista gets to drink from it.
- The cast is frequently seen at the lobby waiting for their cue. Take a short break in between acts and you'll see the cast roaming around. Sometimes, even Kenny grabs a bite at the food stalls.
- Musical Director and Kenny, Myke Salomon voices these lines before the play and during break time.
This is to remind you that EATING, SMOKING, and DRINKING are three RHYMING WORDS.
The musical is not a sing-along dahil baka mas alam mo pa ang lyrics kesa sa cast. Edi sana, NAG-AUDITION ka nalang.
Ang sino mang mahuhuli na lalabag ay ipupullout sa upuan at papakantahin ng HALIK o LUHA ng 3 OCTAVES HIGHER mula sa original key.
- The flood water is clean. No worries about dengue outbreak after the show because the water is treated with chlorine to avoid mosquito breeding. PETA also set up a citronella garden adding a refreshing smell and protects us audience too.
- No two shows are the same. Director Maribel Legarda gives the cast the liberty to give their own adlibs without compromising the story, to punch a funny line. This can be noticed by people who watched the show more than once.
Catch Rak of Aegis at the PETA Phinma Theater as your Christmas treat this December 5-14, 2014. 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 email@example.com.