Thursday, March 3, 2011

Menchu Lauchengco-Yulo talks about Repertory Philippines’ 2011 projects

In line with the success of The Joy Luck Club as Repertory Philippines’ salvo for 2011, they are now preparing for the opening of their second presentation which is Alfred Hitchcock’s The 39 Steps. The comedy romance play will be presented at the Onstage Greenbelt 1 at Makati City beginning March 4. Starring Michael Williams, Rem Zamora, Juliene Mendoza and Liza Infante, The 39 Steps was directed by Ana Abad Santos.

With the overflowing of excitement for this year’s line up, Menchu Lauchengco-Yulo the Associate Artistic Director of Repertory Philippines shares the rest of the play that they will be presenting for 2011. The line up includes; Shakespeare in Hollywood, Seussical and the most awaited Peter Pan. According to Menchu the line up of Rep Philippines was based from the consolidated ideas of their team and they open the auditions to all theatre actors to try the role.

Here’s the video of Menchu Lauchengco-Yulo talking about their 2011 line ups and the process of selecting it:

Aside from being the new Associate Artistic Director of Repertory Philippines, Menchu will be playing the role of Diana in Atlantis Productions Inc’s presentation of Next to Normal.

Visit Repertory Philippines’ website at and Facebook Page for more information about their line ups, auditions and season pass. You can also call 571-6926 and 571-4941 or email for other infos.

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