When you look at the darker side of life, sometimes, you don’t totally look at it the same way like others does. As you breathe-in and breathe-out, inhale and exhale… The mood varies. The scenario changes. The style mixes-in with a greater aspect of life- FROM A TOTALLY DIFFERENT POINT OF VIEW.
“50 Shades! The Musical Parody” crosses the thin line between insanity and comedic pleasure. It elevates you upper on the edges of your seat, tickle your funny bones and relate with the awkward pleasures you somehow felt within your own sexuality.
That makes you human in so many ways. Bringing you back closer to earth and the “animal-like” tendencies of your own human “interactions”.
Presented in such a delightful way, acted upon in great unison and grace, coupled in with BDSM (Best Damn Songs and Music) and superb direction (of Al Samuel with Robbie Guevarra as the associate), this musical parody on a best-selling book/novel turned into a cinematic film, surely, won the hearts and joys of every literary and performing arts followers, or let’s say, FANS.
Surprises and surprises just kept on coming as you watched the play. But we won’t definitely reveal them. Hold on to your seats. Fasten your seat belts. And get ready for speed and laughs.
The timing was all too-perfect, the stage blocking, the delivery of dialogues, the rapport, the chemistry. We won’t mention the scenes they excelled upon- but local actors Ms. Bituin Escalante and Lorenz Martinez were both pretty amazing in their “characterizations”, subtle effort and consistency.
The foreign actors, oh my, were all so sexy and sensual on stage. Perfect body forms, torso, legs and arms. You won’t see any malice at all, because it’s a kind of great ART you see- executed only in a very funny way.
Tired of romanticism? Fed-up of “old-school” attitudes? Done with illusions and imaginary friends?
Well, why not try a darker approach on life, that could bring-in or breathe-in a new and funnier kind of life. Go and watch “50 Shades! A Musical Parody” and see…
In each life, satisfaction only comes with a-
(words by robert manuguid silverio)