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Jori on the Scene: The Magic Flute

Not really an opera person (though I watched Phantom of the Opera and I like it) but I gave it a try since it is still a musical. To be honest, all the time I was thinking of a classical, high pitched and boring production. And I almost missed the show because of heavy traffic. Still lucky I got the chance to watch it though I haven't got on show photos and videos because I don't got a good seat for being late.

Magic Flute is an adaptation of Mozart's Fantasy Opera where Ana (Lara Maigue and Fame Flores) found an enchanted Flute that accidentally transported her to an unknown land. Little does she know that she is already in an alternate dimension with a realm different to where she came from. She met Prince Tamino (Jack Salud) who is in his journey to find Pricess Pamina (Fame Flores and Arlynne Lupas) his love, Papageno (Bodgie Pascua) the Bird Man and the show's mascot the Dragon (Jay Barrameda). Together with her new friends and her Magic Flute, Ana conquers all challenges and tasks that she needs to face before she finds a way to help her friends and go back to where she came from.

After watching The Magic Flute, my perception towards Opera changes. It is not that boring anymore and it is indeed educational. The show is full of lively songs, colorful characters and lessons to learn in life. The show is specially produced for children by Philippine Opera Company on the Direction of Kokoy Jimenez, the brain behind Philippine's premiere educational program Batibot.

Magic Flute had already opened last September 19 and will continue to run until 27th of the month. This is a limited chance for everyone to watch this brilliant musical so contact Ticketworld now at 891-9999 or log in their website http://www.ticketworld.com.ph for schedules and ticket prices.

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