A grippng, barebones stage play comes to Circuit Makati’s Power Mac Center Spotlight this September and October. And yes, folks, theatre buff or not, best you get your tickets now!
Lungs is a play written by British playwright Duncan Macmillan, an Olivier Award-nominated writer and director, who best known for the stage adaptation of George Orwell’s 1984, Every Brilliant Thing, and People, Places, and Things.
It stars Sab Jose, who just came from the hit musical Eto Na! Musikal nAPO! and Jake Cuenca in his much-awaited theatrical debut.
Originally produced in 2011, Lungs is a tale of two lovers, M and W, who are trying to conceive a baby amidst a world that is crumbling, no small thanks to climate change. Indeed, the question begs some thought: Is it worth it to have a child in this day and age? If the planet is slowly dying, would you still want to bring a child to the world? The play lets us look into how a 30-something couple talks about this life-changing decision.
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The straight play runs for 90 minutes with non-stop dialogue between M and W.
A black box theater designed to deliver fresh and innovative performances and events for a wide range of audiences, Power Mac Center Spotlight is a 388-sqm venue that can be dressed up and re-arranged to house events such as exhibits, concerts, seminars, and corporate launches. To reserve the venue, contact Mia Bernabe at firstname.lastname@example.org.