Beloved “Mula sa Buwan” Musical to be Available for 72 Hours


‘Mula sa Buwan’ Proshot to Be Available for Streaming Internationally

“Mula Sa Buwan,” the popular adaptation of Edmund Rostand’s “Cyrano de Bergerac,” remade with Filipino characters in a Filipino setting, will be available for 72 hours to stream online anywhere in the world.

The proshot footage, as in filmed live on stage, will have its streaming run from March 24-26. Each ticket will have a 24-hour viewing allowance, which starts at 10 AM Philippine Time, and will cost P599. An advanced screening will also be held at Circuit Cinemas 3 and 4, Ayala Malls Circuit, Makati on March 18 (3 PM and 7 PM).

The original French play starts in 1640 and is about Cyrano de Bergerac, a man with brains, brawn, and that unfortunately large nose. He falls deeply in love with his cousin, Roxane, who was his equal in intellect and is stunningly beautiful, but she falls in love with a sightly but inarticulate nobleman Christian.

Meanwhile, “Mula sa Buwan” is set in pre-war Manila in the 1940s and the three will take their timeless story of love, friendship and hope through the rubble and destruction of the period. Myke Salomon plays Cyrano, opposite Gab Pangilinan as his childhood friend Roxane, and Markki Stroem as cadet Christian, who will complete the love triangle.

“Mula sa Buwan’s” last theatrical run, and its fourth restaging, was at the Samsung Performing Arts Theater in Makati that went on from Aug. 26 to Sep. 11, 2022.

Tickets are available here.

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