This spoken word duo will give you so much feels this May
Looks like the Kay(e)s have fallen in love with the Philippines
(SPOT.ph) Spoken word artists and Project Voice founders Sarah Kay and Phil Kaye—nope, not related—first came to the Philippines in March 2015 due to insistent public demand. Fans filled up the iAcademy Auditorium in Makati for two nights, lined up for photo-op sessions and book signings, and shed a tear when the duo performed "An Origin Story" live. Who would have thought that the crowd-favorite in the spoken word scene would come to our little country?
But it seems that the American poets have fallen in love with the Philippines because they're back for the third time with a couple of shows—May 10 in Cebu and May 12 in Manila. Tickets aren’t too expensive, starting at P1,000++, so we can’t blame you if you’re watching them (again).
We also compiled their recorded performances that you should watch before the big day.
Sarah Kay and Phil Kaye’s shows are on May 10, 7:30 p.m. at J Centre Mall in Mandaue City, Cebu and May 12, 7 p.m. at the University of the Philippines-Diliman in Quezon City. Tickets, priced from U.S. $22.09 to U.S. $32.64, are available through Eventbrite. For more information, visit Project Voice on Facebook.