|ready to watch the show :)|
It's a trilogy of love, fantasy and adventure.
First is the story of "Ang Prinsipe ng Mga Ibon." It tells about a princess who falls in love with a bird prince and fought for this love despite her father’s disapproval. It shows us that love truly conquers all.
Next is "Ang Kapatid ng Tatlong Marya." It tells the story of a young hero's search for his three sisters who strives to fulfil their father’s dying wish. It shows love in a different light.
Finally, "Ang Mahiwagang Biyulin" tells about a poor worker who received a magical violin when he helped an old lady. The enchanting rhythm transforms the unkind rich man and sends it listeners to a trance. My son's favorite! :)
These are classic Filipino stories which my kids appreciate.
Apart from the great performance, choreography, dancers, costumes, production design and music, it great how Ballet Manila preserves our Filipino culture, literature and art through its dance and performances.
Glad that Ballet Manila gave us a wonderful experience. The perfect treat for the whole family. Truly deserving of that applause and standing ovation.
Best thing, I was able to grab their crazy 20-pesos promo tickets!
And of course, the presence of Prima Ballerina Ms. Lisa Macuja made it all extra special!
|the prima ballerina with my sister|
|with my kids :)|
You can still watch Tatlong Kwento ni Lola Basyang on August 28 and 29 (8:00 p.m.) and August 30 (3:00 p.m.).
Also watch out for Ballet Manila's 20th Season Performances -
- Paul Vasterling's "Romeo and Juliet"
- Osias Barroso's "Pinocchio"
- Martin Lawrance's "Rebel"
- Alan Hineline's "Hansel and Gretel"
Ballet Manila - Tatlong Kwento ni Lola Basyang
Aliw Theater, Pasay City