ABS-CBN ticketing platform Kapamilya Tickets (KTX) is hosting a slew of exciting live and varied experiences this February-March with events catering to every Filipino, including the highly-anticipated “Tabing Ilog: The Musical,” ABS-CBN shows, and more.
“Tabing Ilog,” the musical adaptation of the iconic 90s teen barkada TV series, is already on sale via KTX. This musical stars some of theater’s celebrated actors with some of the most promising discoveries from ABS-CBN’s talent search “Star Hunt.” This is produced by Teatro Kapamilya. The show will run beginning March.
KTX also gives Kapamilyas a chance to score exclusive discounted tickets to the opening weekend of Tanghalang Pilipino’s “Batang Mujahideen,” a timely play about the complex interactions between Christians and Muslims, in the southern part of the country. The play is written by Malou Jacob, directed by Guelan Luarca, and stars the Tanghalang Pilipino Actors Company. The discounted tickets will be for the February 21 and 22 shows. The show will run until March 8.
For Kapamilyas in the Visayas, Jonathan Larson’s hit musical “Rent” will be staged by Summit Theatre Productions. It stars a host of actors from Guam, Manila, and the Visayas. West end star Ima Castro leads the cast. “Rent,” considered one of the most successful musicals in history, recently had a TV musical version. It goes onstage February 21-22.
KTX also supports University productions. Dulaang UP’s hit “Nana Rosa” is having its rerun this February 27 until March 22. This production talks about the life of Rosa Henson, who went public and boldy recounted her experiences as a Comfort Woman. This production exhibits the glorious triumph of the human spirit.
Teatro Tomasino is staging the Palanca award-winning script of Dustin Celestino – “Ang Pangahas na si Pepe Rodriguez,” which tells the tale of how dangerous an ideology, regardless of the accuracy of interpretation, can be. It goes onstage February 13-15, at the Albertus Magnus Auditorium, UST.
Also, tickets to Ateneo Blue Repertory’s much-awaited staging of the “Next To Normal” is now available on KTX. The musical is topbilled by Cris Villonco, with Jef Flores, Tim Pavino with some of the most talented members of the Blue Rep company, and directed by Missy Maramara. This musical heartfully discusses issues about mental health.
For Dulaang Ateneo, KTX will also offer tickets to their upcoming offering, Caryl Churchill’s “Top Girls.” This production of the classic feminist play boasts of having two sets of cast – one all male, the other, all female. Tickets will be available via KTX very soon.
Also, Ateneo Entablado will stage a musical version of another Malou Jacob play, “Macli-ing,” and KTX will have tickets available online. “Macli-ing” tells the story of Macli-ing Dulag, an assassinated Kalinga leader and their fight for their ancestral lands.
Season passes to Repertory Philippines’ shows (Stage Kiss, Anna in the Tropics, Carousel, and Snow White and The Prince) will also be available via KTX very soon.
Myx and Star Events team up to bring “Dream Catchers,” a concert featuring “Pinoy Big Brother” alumni Kiara, Shawntel, and Lie with Jem Macatuno, and some of the most promising artists of Star Music. Tickets to this event are already available.
KTX is also inviting lovers of all ages to celebrate the month of love with the biggest hits of OPM icons Basil Valdez and Jamie Rivera in “Love and Light,” a dinner cum Valentine concert to be held this February 13 at the Grand Mayuree Ballroom, Dusit Thani Hotel in Makati.
Passionate music fans can catch “Malasimbo 2020,” which will be held at the La Mesa Ecopark this February 29 – March 1. Headling the music festival are known international and local acts Cory Henry and the Funk Apostles, Mike Love, Laneous, Anomalie, Jesus Molina, Matteo Mancuso, Uncomfortable Science, Brigada, Project Yazz and Talata ni Tala. Foremost DJs, Ean Mayor, Roberto Sena, Deej Fabian, Bass Relief, Norris King, Bing Austria, Rei Ka, Bignay Sound System, and Jingga Who, will also perform impressive sets.
Ten percent of the proceeds of the festival will be donated to ABS-CBN Bantay Kalikasan.
Loyal Kapamilyas can still watch their favorite ABS-CBN shows (“ASAP Natin ‘To,” “It’s Showtime,” “Banana Sundae,” “Magandang Buhay,” “Tonight with Boy Abunda,” “Gandang Gabi Vice,” “IWant ASAP,” “I Can See Your Voice”) by booking tickets via KTX.
For families looking for quality bonding time, Kidzania tickets are still available via KTX. Kidzania, an indoor family entertainment center, provides kids with an interactive environment where they can discover, explore and learn about the adult world in a kid-sized city complete with paved streets, a transport system, and a functioning economy.
Thrill-seekers can get their tickets to Asylum Manila, a massive walk-through dark attraction filled with terrifying live actors, horror movie style scares, via KTX.
Kapamilyas can still book their tickets to ABS-CBN’s first Studio City called Studio XP, which offers visitors a unique and exciting chance to be the star onstage or behind-the-scenes of their favorite Kapamilya reality shows, teleseryes, and movies. Studio XP is located in Trinoma Mall, Quezon City.
Make it a habit to visit www.ktx.ph and KTX Facebook Page for more updates.