Laughter truly is the best medicine and Resorts World Manila (RWM), in cooperation with Ultimate Shows, Inc., presents a healthy dose of it with Extra Judicial KIDDING! at 8:00 p.m. on Feb. 15 at the Newport Performing Arts Theater (NPAT).
Witness fresh material from internationally acclaimed stand-up comic Rex Navarrete, brand new characters and stories from comedy genius Jon Santos, and show stopping musical numbers from theater funny girl Kakai Bautista.
Navarrete, who has long been a household name among Filipino Americans in the US, currently travels internationally throughout Asia, Europe, Australia, Canada and for the US Armed Forces bringing his brand of “Pinoy” humor to a wider audience. Santos, famous for his “reincarnations” range from the legends to celebrities, is currently taping the third season of The Jon Santos Show for Viva TV after returning to musical theater in 2014, playing the lead in RWM’s Priscilla, Queen of the Desert: The Musical. Bautista, who was once Lea Salonga’s wardrobe assistant in Singapore Repertory Theatre, is no stranger to the public eye and has an extensive background in theater and is now a familiar face in film and on TV.
This exclusive one-night only show is the perfect opportunity for you and your loved ones to escape all the troubles in the real world and remember how much fun it is to just laugh. Let these three world-class Filipino comedians take you on a “laugh out loud” spectacle as they poke fun at various issues and turn politics, personalities, and other current affairs into punch lines.
For tickets, call RWM sales team at 908-8000 loc. 7768 / 8079, TicketWorld at 891-9999, or the Resorts World Manila Box Office at 908-8000 local 7700.
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