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Mulan The Musical (木兰少女)

Mulan The Musical (木兰少女) runs from 16 December 2016 to 5 February 2017 at the Resorts World Theatre. This musical comedy from Taiwan, which is making its overseas debut, brings a different twist to the legendary story of Hua Mulan (花木兰).

The cast includes Zhou Ding Wei in the leading male role (the General), Taiwanese singer-actress Li Qian Na and Lai Ying Ying taking turns in the role of Hua Mulan and Singapore artistes Pierre Png and Ann Kok in supporting roles.

At the beginning, we are introduced to the Hua family, where the head of the household has some health issues, the older sister Hua Mulian (played by Ann Kok) was pregnant out of wedlock and the younger brother Hua Xiong, who exhibited some effeminate traits.

If you are familiar with the story of Hua Mulan, you will know that she took her father’s place in the army out of filial piety. However, in this version, she reluctantly agreed to take the place of her father as her siblings couldn’t make the mark and she was deemed to be the most qualified candidate in their family. Thus, Mulan disguised herself as a man and joined the army as Hua Munan (花木男), which is a more masculine name.

Pierre Png plays the army captain, also known as “Encik” and several of his scenes are hilarious! Be prepared for some vulgarities in the dialogue as some of the scenes have local influences and may remind the local audience of Singapore’s National Service.

Look out for this bathroom scene where someone accidentally opens the door to one of the stalls (whoops!) but I won’t spoil the fun for you, so you’ll just have to go watch!

My favourite part was this subsequent bathroom scene with the strawberry-scented soap! It was quite funny, but also romantic in a kind of way.

Whilst at the army camp, both the General and Mulan’s childhood friend Guanfu fall for her and it was amusing to see them wrestling with the idea of having feelings for someone of the same gender. At one point, Mulan was accused by her best friend for being indecisive and liking two guys at the same time (劈腿).

Well, there is a bittersweet ending to the story and in my personal opinion, it resolved the dilemma for Mulan to have to choose between the two!

Apparently, the script has been modified for the Singapore audience, to incorporate local humour and colloquialisms. Current societal issues have also been weaved into the story and these include single parenthood, compulsory military service and LGBT issues.

The music during the second half of the show sounded much better than that in the first half. I was most impressed by Zhou Ding Wei’s vocals and I felt that his voice outshined the rest of the cast.

Curtain call:

It turns out that I absolutely loved that bathroom scene with the strawberry-scented soap, so I just had to get this picture taken as a keepsake! LOL!

Do note that Mulan the Musical is about two hours long with a 15-minute intermission and the show is in Mandarin, but English subtitles are displayed on screens located at both sides of the stage. I wonder which translation software did they use as I found some of the English subtitles to be strange and it was quite funny – one example was 马子 (girlfriend) being translated as “pony”!

Overall, I liked the show for its comedic elements more than the musical numbers.


Dates: 16 December 2016 – 5 February 2017, select nights (please refer to show calendar)

Time: 8pm
Venue: Resorts World Theatre
Prices*: Cat 1: S$128, Cat 2: S$98, Cat 3: S$68, Cat 4: S$38
*Prices exclude SISTIC booking fee and handling charges. Terms and Conditions apply.
Tickets are available from SISTIC or at the Resorts World Theatre.

The photos in this post are credited to Resorts World Sentosa, unless otherwise stated.
Thanks to Resorts World Sentosa for the invite to watch Mulan The Musical.

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[Review] Cinderella, A Fairly True Story

Have you ever wanted to go a ball in a carriage? I did just that the other day… (sorry, I was letting my imagination get carried away there)

Re-live the fairytale as Cinderella, A Fairly True Story is being staged at the Resorts World Theatre from now until 4 Jan 2016.

If you are expecting something Disney-like, please don’t and instead bring yourself back to the roots of the traditional fairytale.

There was a pre-show with entertaining press photographers who mingled with the audience and took pictures everywhere they went.


This story is told through the eyes of a reporter who writes for the “Cinderella Times” tabloid and various headlines are flashed intermittently during the show.

The first act opens with an 8-year-old Louise (young Cinderella) crying over the grave of her mother and she refuses to leave with her father, Baron Leopold.


Photo Credit: Resorts World Sentosa

Life then goes further downhill after Leopold married a materialistic rich widow (well, he assumed she was rich!) named Furiosa, who has two equally materialistic daughters Grimella and Distressa, played by Dorien Schrijnemakers and Saartje Van Houtte respectively. Besides being mean-spirited, I think the two stepdaughters are best described as “sot sot dei” (Cantonese language), as they are really ditzy. Their mother on the other hand resembled Cruella de Vil.


Photo Credit: Resorts World Sentosa

Nordin De Moor, whom I last saw as Smee/Mr Darling in “Peter Pan, The Never Ending Story”, plays the reporter in this latest Music Hall production to hit our shores and he’s the only character who gets to talk to the audience, as well as interact with the other characters in the show! I must say that I learnt a lot from his commentaries which contained various bits of trivia like the question of whether Cinderella’s slippers were made of Verre (glass) or Vair (squirrel fur) – the two words are homophonous in French and it has been long debated whether the story was wrongly translated from French to English.


Photo Credit: Resorts World Sentosa

Here’s a closer look at desk from which the reporter works at in the show…

The Prince (whom we all know as Charming), played by Caleb Vines, is named Prince Harry George William Archibald Nicholas Philip Alexander Charles James Andrew Daniel the First (that’s quite a mouthful!) and he seems to be mollycoddled by his nanny, who reminded me of Mrs. Doubtfire. There are still various toys in his room from rocking horses to a giant rubber ducky and do keep a look out for that over-sized parrot! ^_^

At the ball, Cinderella introduced herself as Baroness Ella of the Cinders and at the end of the night, she took off her shoes and ran off but dropped one in the process.

The wedding had a beautiful setting in a cathedral and they lived happily ever after…


Photo Credit: Resorts World Sentosa

…and the best part was that I got to meet Cinderella (Charlotte Campion) after the wedding! 😀

What did I think of the show?
It’s still pretty much the same fairytale with some slight plot twists. The first half of the show was a bit slow-moving but it picked up much later.

I especially loved the scene where Cinderella’s dress turned from rags to a beautiful blue gown and also when the pumpkin turned into a shiny golden carriage! It was simply magical to watch!! (Note: try not to blink during this transformation scene in order not to miss any part of it! ^_^)


Photo Credit: Resorts World Sentosa

Do expect some pyrotechnics and also listen out for popular songs like “I Gotta Feeling”, “Up Where We Belong” and “Everything I Do, I Do It For You” which have been incorporated into the show. In addition, Cinderella’s fairy godmother is not who you think she is…

Although the show started off on a sad note, there was a mix of romance and funny moments which I thought were entertaining but it would have been better if they had more scenes with “magic” in them.


Thanks to Resorts World Sentosa for the invite to watch the show on its Opening Night! ^_^

Dates: 10 Dec 2015 – 4 Jan 2016

Show Times:
Thurs: 7pm
Fri – Mon: 2pm and 7pm (no shows on Tue and Wed)

Venue: Resorts World Theatre, Resorts World Sentosa

Prices*:

Premium Cat 1 Cat 2 Cat 3
Adult S$168 S$138 S$108 S$78
Child** (4 to 12 years old) S$118 S$97 S$76 S$55
Senior*** (60 years old and above) S$143 S$117 S$92 S$66

* Prices exclude SISTIC booking fee and handling charges. Terms and Conditions apply.
** Child must be accompanied by at least one (1) adult.
*** Senior must present valid ID upon purchase and at the theatre entrance for verification.

Tickets can be purchased at SISTIC counters or at the Resorts World Theatre Box Office.

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[REVIEW] Peter Pan, The Never Ending Story

Peter Pan, The Never Ending Story opened at the Resorts World Theatre on 27th November 2014 and this marked the start of its Asian Premiere in Singapore! It’s difficult for me to classify this musical under a particular genre as it has an eclectic range of musical numbers from opera to pop and there’s also a mix of modern dance and ballet moves, with some high flying aerial action!

I was asked if I wanted to take a picture at this photo spot located at the entrance of the theatre (autograph sessions are held at this same spot after the show) – sure, why not?


INSIDE THE THEATRE

The opening set had multiple fans encircling two large pieces of delicate fabric placed centrestage and I loved the effect it created in the opening scene – beautifully done!!

Most the entire show comprised of musical numbers and did not have any spoken dialogue by the actors on stage (apart from the ending) and the story was narrated by Tinkerbell, who was unseen most of the time and was symbolised by the innovative use of flashlights.

I loved the colourful costumes, especially in the scene where the toys came to life and there was a wind-up doll trying to juggle with scarves. That particular segment was a really busy one as there was just so much going on!


Photo: Luk Montsaert

It was a shame that they didn’t have the scene of Peter wrestling with his shadow – that would have been fun to watch!

The set design was absolutely brilliant! All the sets and props seem to revolve around a book theme and I thought the digital images projected against the plain white backdrop (shaped like books) were cleverly done! I liked the part where a picture of a house was shown and the cast entered through a door which closed before one of Wendy’s brothers could enter but he had problems opening it as there didn’t seem to be any opening in the wall!

One of the scenes which tickled my funny bone was when Captain Hook (Wim Van Den Driesche) sang Nessun Dorma and his gang of pirates, including Smee (Nordin De Moor), were in awe of his rendition of Puccini’s aria! His vocals were amazing but my hubby and I both had silly grins on our faces during the entire scene as we felt this was totally unexpected coming from a badass character like Captain Hook!! Haha…guess it shows us a different perspective of Hook (he sings Rossini too)!

This show does indeed reveal the some of the characters in a different light – I never knew that Peter Pan was such a romeo until I watched this theatrical production!

Another scene which made me giggle was this one with a HUGE Tinkerbell (Christina Ceconello) standing on tiptoe on the palm of Peter’s (Sandor Sturbl) hand! It was performed gracefully but if you’ve grown up watching the cartoon version, Tinkerbell is just a teeny tiny fairy, so I personally felt this scene looked rather strange!


Photo: Luk Montsaert

The initial flying scenes were magical and I was so mesmerised that I almost forgot to breathe! Unfortunately there was no wire-free aerial action unlike at their arena shows in the UK. However, this is the first time that I’ve seen actors “flying” around the stage and over the audience and I was quite impressed by this new contraption that was being used, as previous performances that I’ve watched at this theatre only had performers swinging out into the audience using a trapeze swing or bungee cord.

Whenever Wendy (Lilly-Jane Young) flew over the audience, I could hear both adults and children behind me remarking “Oh, she’s so pretty!”


Photo: Luk Monsaert

I must applaud all the actors doing the aerial scenes as it isn’t easy to stay upright in a particular pose whilst being suspended and they made it seem effortless, looking graceful and on top of that having to sing at the same time!


Photo: Luk Montsaert

There was a lot going on in several scenes with characters performing both on and off stage (i.e. in the audience) concurrently. My only grouse is that when Mrs Darling (Saartje Van Houtte) came out into the audience, she was in semi-darkness more than half of the time as the spotlight wasn’t shone on her.

My favourite scene was the one with Captain Hook and Smee hunting down the Lost Boys’ abode amidst some mushrooms – the smoke effect made the stage look like a mysterious lake and it was quite magical!

Animal lovers (and children!) may like some of the creatures which appear in the show.

The giant buaya (i.e. crocodile) walked around the stage on two occasions…


Photo: Facebook

…and there was this big macaw who gave out some squawks when it flew over the audience – it lost a feather in mid-air and several kids (including this over-aged one) were excitedly pointing at the falling feather! LOL…


Photo: Facebook

I didn’t really like the look of the nanny dog that appeared on stage adopting chinese lion dance moves but on the other hand, I was impressed that the people under that costume weren’t Asian! Imagine westerners performing a lion dance but using a dog costume!


A LITTLE BIT OF TRIVIA

Sandor Sturbl (Peter Pan) and Lilly-Jane Young (Wendy) are married in real life! This pair of lovebirds tied the knot in Scotland about 2 weeks before the show opened in Singapore and the newlyweds are spending their honeymoon period performing on this sunny island.


SOUVENIRS

Various souvenir merchandise are available and there are T-shirts in both kids’ sizes (photo on left) and adult sizes (photo on right). I think I prefer the designs on the kids’ versions.

 

Souvenir programmes, CDs and light sticks are also available for purchase.

 


MEET THE CAST

After the show, there was an autograph session for those who had bought merchandise from the show.

I managed to get some pictures with the cast too!

Peter and Wendy – too bad she wasn’t looking at the camera! 😦

Autographs:

Smee (also Mr Darling) and Captain Hook:

Mrs Darling (also the Mermaid) and Tinkerbell:

Look at what these last 4 characters, whom I met, signed in my book!! :-O


VERDICT:

Truly an entertaining show with some slapstick moments, acrobatic stunts and action-packed fight scenes! If any of you are wondering whether Peter Pan did kiss Wendy – you’ll have to go watch to find out! ^_^


TICKETING DETAILS

Date: 27 November 2014 – 20 January 2015

Time:
Mon, Tues, Thurs & Fri: 8pm
Sat & Sun: 3pm & 8pm

Venue:
Resorts World™ Theatre, Resorts World Sentosa

Ticket Pricing*:
Premium: $168 (comes with one glass of wine)
Standard: S$138, S$108, S$78
Restricted View: S$58
*Prices exclude SISTIC booking fee. Terms and Conditions apply.

Tickets can be purchased at SISTIC counters (⇐click on the link for online bookings) or at the Resorts World Theatre Box Office.

Rating / Age Limit:
– Admission is subject to tickets produced at the entrance.
– Infants in arms or children below the age of 4 shall not be admitted.
– Children 4 years old and above must purchase a ticket for admission.

Photography / Video Recording Rules:
No Photography, Video recording and Audio recording is allowed for this event.

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[TICKET GIVEAWAY] Peter Pan, The Never Ending Story

You’ve read the book. You’ve watched the movie. Now come see the boy who never grows up in an all-new theatrical adventure!

Direct from Europe to Singapore, Peter Pan, The Never Ending Story will make its Asian premiere at Resorts World Sentosa (RWS) on Thursday, 27 November 2014. The show tells the timeless tale of Peter Pan, but with a twist – there’s no dialogue in the show! Instead, the story is told through well-known pop songs like “Angels” by Robbie Williams, “You Raise Me Up” by Josh Groban, “Kiss From a Rose” by Seal and many more. These chart-topping hits have been given a refreshing makeover by Grammy-winning composer and musical director, Mr Matt Dunkley, one of the world’s leading orchestrators, arrangers and conductors and he has worked on over 100 films including Moulin Rouge, Pirates of the Caribbean and Inception.

A show for all ages, this production tells the enchanting story of Peter Pan, a mischievous boy, with the ability to fly and refuses to grow up.


Photo Credit: Luk Monsaert

Tinkerbell

Photo Credit: Luk Monsaert

One night, Peter visits Wendy, John, and Michael Darling in their London nursery and takes them on a magical flight to Neverland where the Lost Boys, Indians, mermaids and pirates await them in adventures beyond their wildest imaginations. However, the villainous Captain Hook hatches an evil scheme that crescendos to a dramatic swordfight with Peter.


Photo Credit: Luk Monsaert

Watch the classic J.M Barrie tale come alive in this theatrical spectacular brimming with highflying action, thrilling swordplay and magical fairy dust! This show promises stunning visual effects that will keep the audience at the edge of their seats!!


Photo Credit: Luk Monsaert

The most modern technologies in the form of an ingenious projection system are used to change the scenery and atmosphere, allowing the audience to feel like they are with the characters embarking on the same adventure throughout the show.


Photo Credit: Luk Monsaert

The original direction and scenography of the show was entrusted to Mr Luc Petit, who has collaborated with Mr Franco Dragone on Cirque du Soleil productions for 10 years and was the man behind the opening ceremony of Euro 2000 in Brussels, Belgium. The show’s choreography is led by the brilliant and classically-trained ex-ballet dancer Mr Martino Muller from Switzerland and is directed by actors director, Ms Lulu Aertgeerts, with artistic direction from Mr Geert Allaert, founder of Music Hall, who created the original idea for the show.


Photo Credit: Luk Monsaert

Peter Pan, The Never Ending Story is presented by RWS in association with Belgium’s Music Hall. Since its first show in 2012, this show has played to audiences in Belgium, Dubai, Netherlands and the United Kingdom (UK). It is set to be the most enjoyable holiday show for the entire family in Singapore this year-end!

TICKET GIVEAWAY

Win a pair of tickets to watch Peter Pan, The Never Ending Story at the Resorts World Theatre! (2 pairs to be won)

(tickets have been kindly sponsored by Resorts World Sentosa)


WINNERS FOR THE TICKET GIVEAWAY:
Congratulations to Sushan Yow and Jazry Chan!!


How to Participate?:

1) Be a Jaznotabi Facebook page fan (i.e. you’ll need to LIKE the page)

2) Like and share this Peter Pan post publicly on Facebook. Tag a friend that you wish to watch the show with.

3) Post a comment at the bottom of this page with your name (same as Facebook) and email address (your email will not be published), telling us which is your favourite character from Peter Pan.

Terms and Conditions:
– This giveaway is open to Singapore residents only.
– All 3 steps mentioned above must be completed to qualify for the giveaway.
Closing Date: Monday, 27 October 2014 at 23:59 Singapore time.
– Two winners will be randomly picked.
– Winners have to respond to my email within a day, or the prize will be re-drawn.
– Tickets for this giveaway will be for the opening weekend 28-30 November (exact date subjected to changes by RWS and will be further communicated to the winners).


TICKETING DETAILS

Date: 27 November 2014 – 20 January 2015

Time:
Mon, Tue, Thu & Fri: 8pm
Sat & Sun: 3pm & 8pm

Venue:
Resorts World™ Theatre, Resorts World Sentosa

Ticket Pricing*:
Premium: $168 (comes with one glass of wine)
Standard: S$138, S$108, S$78
Restricted View: S$58
*Prices exclude SISTIC booking fee. Terms and Conditions apply.

Tickets can be purchased at SISTIC counters (⇐click on the link for online bookings) or at the Resorts World Theatre Box Office.

Rating / Age Limit:
– Admission is subject to tickets produced at the entrance.
– Infants in arms or children below the age of 4 shall not be admitted.
– Children 4 years old and above must purchase a ticket for admission.

Photography / Video Recording Rules:
No Photography, Video recording and Audio recording is allowed for this event.

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Rock of Ages Musical [Review + Ticket Giveaway]

I went to check out the Gala Premiere of the five-time Tony Award nominated smash hit musical ROCK OF AGES in Singapore and it definitely rocked!! Just to clarify, I haven’t watched it on Broadway or at the West End and neither have I watched the movie, thus I went with an open mind. This rock/party musical is set against the neon-lit backdrop of Los Angeles’ Sunset Strip, in the rock club “The Bourbon Room” and it features a mix of 31 songs from the 1980s, which include rock hits from well-known rock bands like Journey, Bon Jovi, Pat Benatar, Twisted Sister, Styx, REO Speedwagon, Poison, Whitesnake and Europe.

As I made my way down to the stalls of the theatre, I found a thin layer of mist had crept out into the hallway and this was due to an overflow of the fog effect which they had setup for the opening scene.


BRIEF SYNOPSIS OF THE SHOW

The scene opens with The Bourbon Room and the audience is introduced to Dennis Dupree, the owner of the bar/club, Lonny (also the narrator) and of course the band. An aspiring rocker, Drew, who works as a busboy at the club, meets and falls for Sherrie, who just arrived in LA, hoping to make it big as an actress. After being hired by the bar, Sherrie accepts Drew’s invitation to a date, during which he said the wrong thing, suggesting that the two of them are only friends, thus ruining what could have been a romantic date.

Since Sherrie, who had initially liked Drew, was under the impression that he only thought of her as a friend, she was later charmed by Stacee Jaxx, the lead singer for the band Arsenal (and a ladies’ man), and had sex with him in the club’s bathroom. Drew was obviously upset and brushed Sherrie off when she tried to talk to him. Subsequently, Stacee got Sherrie fired from the club and Drew proved his musical ability and was offered a recording contract by a record producer who was visiting the club.


Photo Credit: Resorts World Sentosa

In the meantime, German city developers, Hertz and his son Franz “persuaded” the city’s Mayor to rid the Sunset Strip of its “sex, drugs and rock-n-roll” lifestyle and rebuild it into a modern metropolis. This also meant that The Bourbon Room would be one of those affected buildings to be demolished and these plans greatly upset the Mayor’s city planner, Regina, who went on a protest against the destruction of the Strip. This lady sounds like an extremist as she self-confessed that she “once jumped off the Golden Gate Bridge to legalize pot!” For this particular protest, she even intended to light herself on fire!!

One of the flyers which Regina threw out into the audience:

Unfortunately, Regina’s protests didn’t produce any results and she convinced Franz to follow his dreams to open a confectioner’s store back home in Germany, instead of being his father’s yes-man. He eventually rebelled against his father and also professed his love for Regina.

Sherrie ended up being a stripper (the politically correct job title used is “exotic dancer”) at the Venus Club, while Drew’s record producer placed him in a boy band, instead of the rocker that he dreamt of becoming.

Finally, Sherrie and Drew met up again by chance and rekindled their love for each other. The Bourbon Room is spared from demolition and Stacee Jaxx got into some trouble and moved to Uruguay.


WHAT DID I THINK OF THE SHOW?

Overall, I found the musical very entertaining, despite the fact that the main storyline was rather simple and its ending was predictable (well, most of it). The music rocked and I loved the vocals of the talented cast!

Dominique Scott and Shannon Mullen did a great job playing Drew and Sherrie respectively. Their vocals blended well and I thought they looked cute as a couple.

Joshua Hobbs, who plays Stacee Jaxx, behaved like the ultimate rock star and he was very believable in the bad boy role and I enjoyed the rock numbers which he performed.


Photo Credit: Resorts World Sentosa

I was also captivated by Kadejah Oné‘s soulful voice, which was a distinct contrast to the vocal quality of most of the other cast members. This vocal powerhouse acts in the role of “Mama”, the lady who heads the Venus Club (i.e. strip club).

The set changes were minimal in the show and the set itself is quite versatile, with movable walls that opened to reveal different scenes. Do pay attention to the screens located upstage as certain images/videos are projected during some of the scenes and can be quite hilarious!

There was a comedic element in the musical and the various cast members did have their share of comic moments, but one of the scenes that really stood out for me was when Franz (Tanner Hussar) and Regina (Jessica Pucek) appeared, dressed in shockingly bright leotards and it reminded me of the fashion stylings of Richard Simmons.

Another bone-tickling scene was when the audience found out that there was more to Lonny’s (Justin Colombo) and Dennis’ (Jacob L. Smith) relationship than meets the eye. Justin Colombo did a great job as Lonny/narrator and made me laugh in several scenes! Well done!!

Some of the characters like Lonny, Drew and Dennis, came downstage midway during the show to address the audience and it was like they temporarily stepped out of the musical, plus some parts of the show really felt as if you were attending a rock concert!

I was seated at the front row of the theatre and there was a fair bit going on there! Flyers protesting the Sunset Strip’s demolition were thrown out by Regina into the area that I was at, Dennis flung silvery confetti into the section on my right, Stacee Jaxx shot his underwear out into the audience using its elastic band (thank God it didn’t land near me!) and Drew threw a guitar pick which bounced off the floor and came flying in my direction (I thought it was going to hit me!) but it landed right in front of the person on my right. LOL…never a dull moment!

Sitting at the front row also meant that I could see the cast up close when they came downstage. Dominique Scott did that several times during the performance and you can tell that he enjoyed talking to the audience. (If this was on Broadway and Constantine Maroulis was playing Drew, I would have swooned being in the front row! No offense to Dominique, I just heart Constantine. LOL…)


Photo Credit: Resorts World Sentosa


Finally, I have to give a shout-out to the bandyou guys rocked!! There was some nifty fingerwork on the electric guitars in The Final Countdown and Don’t Stop Believin’ and I was really impressed!!!

Marshall Keating (Conductor/Keyboards), Aurelien Budynek (Guitar 1), Maddox (Guitar 2), Ivan “Funkboy” Bodley (Bass) and Jason Gianni (Drums) anchored the entire show with their music and words just cannot describe those insanely challenging guitar riffs! I think the audience will agree with me that we felt like we were at a rock concert!


Songs featured in the show include:

  • Anyway You Want It (Journey)
  • Can’t Fight This Feeling (REO Speedwagon)
  • Cum On Feel The Noize (Slade)
  • Don’t Stop Believin’ (Journey)
  • Every Rose Has Its Thorn (Poison)
  • The Final Countdown (Europe)
  • Harden My Heart (Quarterflash)
  • Heat of the Moment (Asia)
  • Heaven (Warrant)
  • Here I Go Again (Whitesnake)
  • High Enough (Damn Yankees)
  • Hit Me With Your Best Shot (Pat Benatar)
  • I Hate Myself For Loving You (Joan Jett and The Blackhearts)
  • I Wanna Rock (Twisted Sister)
  • I Want To Know What Love Is (Foreigner)
  • Just Like Paradise (David Lee Roth)
  • Keep on Lovin’ You (REO Speedwagon)
  • Kiss Me Deadly (Reel Big Fish)
  • More Than Words (Extreme)
  • Nothin’ But A Good Time (Poison)
  • Oh Sherrie (Steve Perry)
  • Renegade (Styx)
  • The Search Is Over (Survivor)
  • Shadows Of The Night (Pat Benatar)
  • Sister Christian (Night Ranger)
  • To Be With You (Mr. Big)
  • Too Much Time On My Hands (Styx)
  • Waiting For A Girl Like You (Foreigner)
  • Wanted Dead Or Alive (Bon Jovi)
  • We Built This City (Jefferson Starship)
  • We’re Not Gonna Take It (Twisted Sister)

If you
(1) love rock music,
(2) are bored and in need of some entertainment, or
(3) need something to perk you up after a long day at work,
this has got to be one musical that you absolutely have to watch this year!

To the cast and crew of the musical – ROCK ON!!


Photo Credit: Resorts World Sentosa


MEETING THE CAST

The cast of the musical were giving TV interviews after the show and there was also a queue for pictures with them, so I grabbed the opportunity to get one! ^_^

The MediaCorp artistes also wanted pictures with the cast and here’s Chua En Lai trying to take a selfie and he was later joined by his fellow artistes (see if you can recognise them).

  

Finally, here’s one with the cast from the musical and the MediaCorp artistes, advertising for Channel 5:


SOUVENIRS

Program Booklets are available at $15 each and T-Shirts at $35 each.

[TICKET GIVEAWAY]

I have a pair of Cat 2 tickets for the musical show on Friday, 15th August 2014 at 8pm, to be given away! (thanks to RWS!)

(1) The Contest is held on my Facebook page.

(2) Click LIKE on Jaznotabi Facebook page.

(3) Comment “I wanna rock!” on the contest post in Facebook if you wish to enter the draw.

(4) Share the contest post on your Facebook Timeline (remember to set it to “Public” so that we can see it).

(5) Closing Date: Sunday, 10th August 2014 at 23:59 Singapore time.

(6) Winner to collect the tickets on-site at the Resorts World Sentosa Theatre box office on 15th August, at least 45min before the show.


TICKETING DETAILS

Date: 6 – 24 Aug 2014

Time:
Tues – Fri: 8pm
Sat – Sun: 1pm, 8pm
No shows on Mondays

Venue: Resorts World™ Theatre, Resorts World Sentosa

Price*:
VIP: $175
Cat 1: $165
Cat 2: $145
Cat 3: $125
Cat 4: $85
Restricted View: S$85, S$75
(Price listed before $3 SISTIC charge)
*Prices exclude SISTIC booking fee and handling charges. Terms and Conditions apply.

Tickets can be bought at SISTIC counters (click the link for online bookings) or at the Resorts World Theatre Box Office.

Venue & Admission Rules:
▸ No admission for infants in arms and children below 12 years old.
▸ Children 12 years and above must purchase a ticket for entry.
▸ Admission is subject to tickets produced at the entrance.
▸ No Photography, Video recording and Audio recording is permitted for this event.
*Advisory: 16; some sexual content.


Thanks to Resorts World Sentosa (RWS) for the media invite!

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