‘Mula sa Buwan’ 2024 Revival Introduces a Fresh Cast to the Stage

Jul 3, 2024 0 comments

all theater fans! Get ready to be swept off your feet as the critically-acclaimed musical "Mula sa Buwan" returns to the stage for another captivating run. This time, the show will grace the Samsung Performing Arts Theater in Circuit Makati from August 16 to September 8, 2024.

Prepare for a heartwarming reunion with the original leads! Myke Salomon (Cyrano), Gab Pangilinan (Roxane), and MC Dela Cruz (Christian) will reprise their beloved roles, bringing back the magic that stole hearts in previous productions. They'll be joined once again by a stellar supporting cast, familiar faces you've grown to love.

But wait, there's more! A sprinkle of fresh talent is joining the mix, infusing the production with exciting new energy. Straight from their Barefoot triumph in "Bar Boys: A New Musical," Omar Uddin takes on the role of Maestro, while Jerom Canlas steps into the shoes of Tato. Brian Sy completes the exciting trio of newcomers, portraying Maximo.

Adding further depth to the ensemble are Ade Valenzona, Daniel Wesley, Jannah Baniasia, Cheska Quimno, Dippy Arceo, Iya Villanueva, and Jules Dela Paz.

For those seeking an extra dose of drama, don't worry – the production boasts a talented understudy team. Paw Castillo stands by for Cyrano, while Teetin Villanueva steps in for Roxane and the female swing role. Rofe Villarino rounds out the team as the male swing.

Behind the scenes, the creative force remains as potent as ever. Mikko Angeles returns to weave his magic as Director, ably supported by Myke Salomon (Musical Director), Ohm David (Set Designer), Meliton Roxas Jr. (Lighting Designer), JM Cabling (Choreographer), and Bonsai Cielo (Costume Designer).

Mula sa Buwan

Mula sa Buwan takes Edmond Rostand's classic Cyrano de Bergerac and transports it to the vibrant yet war-torn Manila of the 1940s. Inspired by Francisco "Soc" Rodrigo's masterful Filipino translation, the story unfolds against a backdrop of electrifying energy and simmering wartime tensions.

Our passionate protagonist, Cyrano, is an artist with dreams as vast as the moon. However, the call to war disrupts his aspirations. Caught in a web of emotions, he finds himself torn between his love for his childhood friend, the brilliant and beautiful Roxane, and his unwavering loyalty to his best friend, Christian. Christian, smitten with Roxane, seeks Cyrano's help in wooing her, setting the stage for a heart-wrenching tale of unrequited love, sacrifice, and the enduring power of friendship in a time of upheaval.

"Mula sa Buwan," a masterpiece by Pat Valera and William Elvin Manzano, has captivated audiences since its debut in 2010. Having enjoyed successful runs in 2011, 2016, 2018, and most recently in 2022, the musical is poised to enthrall theatergoers once again.

Mula sa Buwan Ticket Prices

Orchestra (Ground Level)

Orchestra VIP Center - P3,599

Orchestra VIP Side - P2,999

Orchestra Center - P2,999

Orchestra Side - P2,299

Orchestra Box - P2,499

Loge (Second Level)

Loge Center - P2,999

Loge Premium Side - P2,499

Loge Side - P2,299

Balcony (Third Level)

Balcony Premium Center - P1,199

Balcony Premium Side - P1,599

Balcony Center - P1,399

Balcony Side - P999Don't miss your chance to witness this timeless tale!

"Mula sa Buwan" tickets are now available on Ticketworld Ticketworld.  Prices listed above are exclusive of service charges.

The show runs from August 16 to September 8, 2024, at the Samsung Performing Arts Theater, Circuit Makati. Ticket prices range from P999 to P3,599. Book your seats now and experience the magic of "Mula sa Buwan"!

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