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No Ordinary Aquatic Habitat

February 27, 2010

Trumpets, the theater company behind the critically acclaimed productions of “Joseph The Dreamer,” “The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe” and “Little Mermaid” is back at what it does best! – producing musicals that inspire, teach and entertain the whole family all at the same time.

In N.O.A.H. (No Ordinary Aquatic Habitat), Trumpets retells the classic story of the Biblical patriarch and his famous ark with wit and humor, heart and compassion, hope and joy, and of course, fun!

Originally produced and staged with puppets, this tale of a single man’s faith and obedience against seemingly insurmountable odds will now feature a cast of seasoned theater performers. Veteran actor, singer, producer and artist manager Carlo Orosa heads the list as the jovial and staunchly devoted Noah. Acclaimed star of West End’s “South Pacific” Sheila Francisco is the culinary-challenged Mrs. Noah. An ensemble of the Philippines’ finest theater performers plus some new exciting talents will join them.

And as always, Trumpets will not disappoint. Del Mundo teams up again with “The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe” and “Little Mermaid” production designer Mio Infante. Together they breathe new life into N.O.A.H. via imaginative staging, a fabulous set and colorful, whimsical costume designs never before seen on Philippine stage. Musical director Rony Fortich’s original music is lively, spirited, appealing and at the same time moving and inspiring. Such combination will not fail to make N.O.A.H. a live theater experience incomparable to any other form of entertainment.

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