PETA Stages Dystopian Rap Musical 3 Stars and a Sun this February, Featuring the Music of Francis M


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Gold Villar as Sol

PETA introduces Francis Magalona’s Musical 3 Stars and a Sun

The Philippine Educational Theater Association (PETA) has enjoyed a fruitful 2015 featuring record-breaking comebacks and the re-imagining of literary classics. To aptly close a successful 48th Theater Season, PETA introduces a future Philippines in dystopian rap musical 3 Stars and a Sun, featuring the music of Pinoy rap legend, Francis Magalona.

(WATCH: Excerpts from PETA’s Highly-Anticipated Francis M Musical, 3 Stars and a Sun)

The play is set decades into the future inside The Stormdome, a fallout shelter created to protect the entire archipelago from global warfare, and extreme weather. Two barkadas will clash inside The Stormdome: the kids from glossy and developed Lumino city, and the kids from the rough streets of Diliman city. Despite their varied backgrounds and upbringing, both groups must realize that there are larger problems inside The Stormdome than their petty gang issues.

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  1. […] (READ: PETA Stages Dystopian Rap Musical 3 Stars and a Sun this February, Featuring the Music of Francis M) It was another great original by PETA-innovative and timely, but it was still a technical dress rehearsal so there were still a few things to iron out. The cast, however, was impeccable. I especially loved watching one of my favorite theater actors, Nicco Manalo, take center stage as Sol, the leader of the rebellion. […]

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