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Big stars gather for The Theatre opening

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The much-awaited The Theatre at Solaire formally opened Wednesday evening with a spectacle that brought together Filipino music, theater and dance artists.

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Backstage chat with The Engineer

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“SAIGON” stars Eva Noblezeda (Kim) and Jon Jon Briones (The Engineer) during the “Hunger Games” premiere party at the Victoria House, London

Jon Jon Briones looked fresh and relaxed in his spacious dressing room at London’s Prince Edward Theatre despite having sang, danced and acted as The Engineer in “Miss Saigon” just a few minutes before. In The Engineer’s red-and-black jacket and pants, the actor earlier acknowledged the audience’s cheers and standing ovation for him and the rest of the cast. He has changed into a brown half-zip jacket, red shirt, blue jeans and brown shoes and warmly received us.

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Solaire unveils crown jewel: State-of-the-art The Theatre

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The metro’s newest performing arts venue, Solaire Resort and Casino’s swanky and state-of-art The Theatre at Solaire, formally raised its orange curtains on Wednesday night, with a spectacle that gathered onstage some of the country’s finest artists and acts from the worlds of music, theater and dance.

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New comedy-musical revue tickles viewers to ‘Laugh Out Loud!’

During these stressful times, musical-comedy revues’ delightful combination of laughter and songs is the best “medicine!” So, viewers are eagerly awaiting the gala performance of the latest club-theater stress-reliever, “Laugh Out Loud!,” opening at the Mabuhay Restop Theater Café in Rizal Park (near the Quirino Grandstand) on Monday, Dec. 8.

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The happy-sad songs of ‘Chicago’

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Whoever plays the smooth-talking lawyer Billy Flynn in the coming Manila run of “Chicago the Musical” (still no name announced at press time) should find it easy prepping with local references because the dailies are filled with them.

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