We’ve seen the movie but we haven’t seen it on stage. And now we have this one time opportunity to do so.
This Friday, May 25, 8:00 PM, Wedding Singer the Musical will be playing at OnStage, Greenbelt 1 in Makati. And who should be in it but our very own Dingdong Novenario. Watch him be a part of this romantic comedy about heartbreaks, weddings, and finding someone to grow old with.
Tickets are available for P150. For reservations and other inquiries, kindly send Dingdong a text message.
Congratulations and best wishes to Drs. Joy Burgos and Rey Dago-oc who got married at the Barasoain Church in Bulacan last May 12.
We all remember Joy as a smart and quiet young lady who’s always hurrying along the hallways of our beloved Alma Mater. Now she’s blossomed into a pretty doctor who in a few weeks, will be leaving for Pennsylvania with her husband to continue to practice medicine and maybe start a family of their own.
From everyone in the batch, Joy, all the best.
This Saturday, May 19, is our official launch for the upcoming book drive, a joint event with the election–related concert in the poster above. In partnership with Rock Ed Philippines, we hope to collect a good number of books that we in turn will be forwarding to our beneficiary schools in the coming weeks.
Bring books, bring friends. Let’s have a fun night of music and partying, just like last time. Saka syempre tsismisan. Hehe.
Last May 11, we had a soft launch for our Pisay ’96 Book Drive at the BL_E Without U Bar with our band Pop Ratio doing some songs. Yes, this is the same project as the internally nicknamed “Albert Camacho Book Drive.”
The turnout was surprisingly good with several batchmates (plus friends) making it to the evening’s events, especially with the presence of some who pleasantly surprised us with their sackful of books (ikaw yun Ispok!) and humanely–touching ideas (at ikaw yun Jao!).
The fun night started with the almost–impromptu Pop Ratio concert with Jonas, Markku, and Marc (Carlo Inting’s younger brother) playing some of their trademark covers, and then some. A very crude bootleg of their performance is this episode’s second track, recorded from a mobile phone with all the ambient noises included, free of charge! (Syempre dahil sa sobrang gigil putol na agad yung string ng gitara ko, pero okay lang kasi hindi naman ako rinig sa recording, hehehe. –Markku)
The night’s second part was a never–ending videoke fest and party, better explained through BryMac’s photos of the evening.
This episode’s main podcast includes several batchmates, in fact the most we’ve had since the very first episode. Pagpasensyahan nyo na kung masyado na kaming bibo sa pagsasalita, at limang san mig light na yata ang minimum ng lahat dyan eh, hehehe.
Seriously, we now have two projects in the pipeline, namely the book drive and the maximum security concert slated for sometime next month. We are working with Rock Ed Philippines for both projects to further maximize our resources and effectively reach our collective goals. For more details, please do listen to the podcast.
And yes, Episode 4a was actually recorded after Episode 4b. Go figure. :D
Next time punta ka ha, dadating daw crush mo.
On May 19, we will be launching our batch’s book drive which has been planned for some time now, just in time for the beginning of the school year. In partnership with RockEd Philippines, there will be a concert to officially start the collection of book donations that we in turn will be giving to our beneficiary schools and communities. More details in this episode of Pisay ’96 Radio.
Syempre marami pa ring tsismis yan as usual. ;)
Mukhang maraming natutuwa sa mga pino-post natin dito, so eto muna yung video slideshow ng photos nung 2nd med mission.
Sana nagustuhan nyo. :)