Three gays and a lady

LOS ANGELES – SOMETHING original and exciting is underway. V Entertainment Group concocts an unusual show that will make you laugh out loud, and will keep you thinking after you leave The Pinoy Dreamgays.

This musical is an ensemble of performers who all came from live acts in lounges and bars. They are very interactive to the audience as they are very vocal and upfront. Their jokes are unique, and they have their own brand of humor, sometimes they are rated parental guidance recommended.

Here in this show, these three performers are given a bigger stage to reveal not only their powerful singing skills but also their witty comedic routines.

If you like Joseph Gelito in Pinoy Bistro, Bona in Musikahan, and Thage in The Library in San Francisco, can you imagine the explosion if they are together on one stage? Add another seasoned performer, known for her brassy and belting performances – Djoanna Garcia, you’re in for a great musical ride.

Joseph Gelito gushes, “This is the first time I will take a lead character in an original adaptation here in Los Angeles. I am very excited because we have worked together laboriously to make this something different from all other shows we have done.”

Vic Perez, the director, shares the excitement of his brainchild. “We just wanted to have an intimate show as we were inspired by Joseph’s show. With the producers, we thought that we could make a unique production that can combine all the local performers here in Los Angeles – singers, dancers, actors, and come up with a new style of production.”

The Pinoy Dreamgays is written by Palanca awardee Peter Solis Nery, and directed by Vic Perez.

Showdate is May 20 at 3 pm at the Pasadena Hilton. Presented by Toyota Glendale, Isagenix, Estela Cottle Skin Care, Regina Cabral of Milestone Hospice, Joy Rivera of The Medical Transport, and the Rainbow Connection Global Production.


© Richard J. Olivera & Weekend BALITA: April 28 – May 1, 2007