All Out of Love, an Air Supply-Inspired Musical, Opens in Manila This October
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(SPOT.ph) With the Philippines' positive reception to both international and local musicals, it doesn't come as a surprise that Manila has been chosen to be the venue of All Out of Love's world premiere. This new musical features the songs of Australian soft-rock duo Air Supply, which is popular for their hits "All Out of Love" and "Every Woman in the World." It opens on October 18 at the Newport Performing Arts Theater in Pasay City.
All Out of Love is a contemporary romantic-comedy written by Canadian playwright Jim Millan with direction from Darren Yap. Running in the course of one night, it follows the story of music mogul Tommy King who tries to convince rock star Jamie Crimson to go on a world tour and save the record company from bankruptcy.
The musical features Filipino talents MiG Ayesa, Rachel Alejandro, Tanya Manalang, Jamie Wilson, and Raymund Concepcion for its limited 12-performance run.
All Out of Love runs from October 18 to October 28 at the Newport Performing Arts Theater, Resorts World Manila, Newport Boulevard, Pasay City. Tickets, priced from P1,800 to P4,500, are available through Ticketworld.