Announcing the re-run of Rak of Aegis, the original rock-comedy that celebrates the resilience of the Filipino spirit, starting on 20 June 2014 until 30 Aug 2014 at Peta Theater Center, 8pm. Support Philippine theater as you experience a once in a lifetime experience of an awesome Filipino original musical with PETA’s 47th Theater Season. VIP seats are at Php 1,500, for ticket reservations or call 0917 4584643. For more information contact PETA at +632 725-6244 or +63 917-5765400, email@example.com or visit www.petatheater.com. Tickets are also available through Ticketworld.
Rak of Aegis showing on the following dates:
20 June 2014 – 8pm
21 June 2014 – 8pm
22 June 2014 – 3pm / 8pm
28 June 2014 – 8pm
06 July 2014 – 3pm
18 July 2014 – 8pm
19 July 2014 – 8pm
03 Aug 2014 – 3pm / 8pm
23 Aug 2014 – 8pm
30 Aug 2014 – 3pm
Rak of Aegis is a Pinoy rock comedy-musical featuring 20 songs of legendary pop-rock band, Aegis. A story of love, fame and resilience, the narrative revolves around the residents of the flooded village of Villa Venizia. Set designer Mio Infante has created a very creative concept to visually bring to life the fictional flooded areas of Barangay Venizia.
Aileen, the main character is an aspiring YouTube sensation who believes that this might help her and her family to escape poverty. Rak of Aegis shows flooded scenes into Titanic-like features with an acclaimed ensemble. There are dance scenes, Pinoy humor, romantic comedy features and stunning fashion show.
The casts are composed of real life spouses Isay Alvarez-Seña and Robert Seña, Aicelle Santos, Joan Bugcat, Kalila Aguilos, Julienne Mendoza, Ron Alfonso, Jet Barrun, Kakai Bautista, Poppert Bernadas, Gimbey Dela Cruz, Neomi Gonzales, Pepe Herrera, Carlon Matobato, John Moran, Jerald Napoles, Gie Onida, Phillip Palmos, Myke Salomon, Paeng Sudayan and Gold Villar. Rak of Aegis is directed by PETA Artistic Director Maribel Legarda, penned by Palanca Award-winning writer Liza Magtoto, with musical arrangement and musical direction by actor-musician Myke Salomon.
View photos from Rak of Aegis here: