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Got this from Bobby’s Facebook Account. Looks like 2012 is coming up roses for Atlantis Productions. Earlier this year, they announced that Mig Ayesa will be doing the role of Stacee Jaxx in the local staging of Rock of Ages. Shortly after, they announced auditions for their 2012 season - including Shrek the Musical and NINE. And now… the Tony Award-winning play God of Carnage starring none other than Lea Salonga, who recently brought the house down at the recent Suites by Sondheim Phildev Concert at the Lincoln Center featuring an All-Filipino ensemble.
God of Carnage is a play by Yasmina Reza which takes a peep into the trivial pursuits of two sets of parents who get together to discuss an incident involving their kids. What starts out as civilized discourse among the four grownups devolves into an evening of utter chaos.
Lea will be playing the role of Veronica!

This play will be at the top of my list next year…

theaterati:

Got this from Bobby’s Facebook Account. Looks like 2012 is coming up roses for Atlantis Productions. Earlier this year, they announced that Mig Ayesa will be doing the role of Stacee Jaxx in the local staging of Rock of Ages. Shortly after, they announced auditions for their 2012 season - including Shrek the Musical and NINE. And now… the Tony Award-winning play God of Carnage starring none other than Lea Salonga, who recently brought the house down at the recent Suites by Sondheim Phildev Concert at the Lincoln Center featuring an All-Filipino ensemble.

God of Carnage is a play by Yasmina Reza which takes a peep into the trivial pursuits of two sets of parents who get together to discuss an incident involving their kids. What starts out as civilized discourse among the four grownups devolves into an evening of utter chaos.

Lea will be playing the role of Veronica!

This play will be at the top of my list next year…

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Probity, sincerity, candor, conviction, the sense of duty, are things which may become hideous when wrongly directed; but which, even when hideous, remain grand: their majesty, the majesty peculiar to the human conscience, clings to them in the midst of horror; they are virtues which have one vice, – error. The honest, pitiless joy of a fanatic in the full flood of his atrocity preserves a certain lugubriously venerable radiance. Without himself suspecting the fact, Javert in his formidable happiness was to be pitied, as is every ignorant man who triumphs. Nothing could be so poignant and so terrible as this face, wherein was displayed all that may be designated as the evil of the good.
Victor Hugo (talking about Javert)

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