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SCHARON MANI: A New Bisaya Musical Coming Your Way This December

This coming Christmas holiday, 2TinCans Philippines presents ‘Scharon Mani’, a Bisaya musical inspired by the stories in and around the vibrant seaside town of Dumaguete City. Written by Junsly Kitay with music from the Belltower Project, the play revolves around Charlene, the daughter of Neneh, a labandera and Nelo, a street vendor. A singing contest is coming to town and Charlene’s dream of becoming a star seems to be within reach until a series of unfortunate events compels the young dreamer to sell chicharon and mani. Her life as a vendor intersects with other children and characters who are struggling to define their life purpose. Young singing sensation, Yessha de la Calzada, plays the role of Charlene, alongside Princess Tessa Bacalla as alternate. Completing the lead cast are Joer Gallur and Dion Cecilio, who alternately play the hopeless romantic call center agent Alnel; Zyradee Ramos and Emelyn Corpus, who alternately play the rakista Hannah, and; Jazztin Craig Claracay and Kevin Roises Tecson, who play alternates for the role of the hardworking student, Renz. Completing the cast are Davelyn Cuenco, Dave Feril, Ralph Mallapre, CJ Seville, Jan Echevarria, Dan Clever Giganton, Rennel Shane Ayong, Vince Lopez Ybanez, Liana San Diego, Mary Joy Irish Ostria, Elizabeth Caculba, Louise Leigh Valle, Chalee Sumalinog, Sayoka Takemura, Cath Vilano, and Coco Cuenco. Scharon Mani director and 2TinCans Producing Artistic Director, Sarah Mae EnclonaHenderson, expresses how delightful it is to be working with a talented group of young individuals, who are passionate about their craft. “I love how our actors, more than their roles in the musical, take on the responsibility of using theatre, music, and the arts as a way of promoting culture, diversity, and acceptance,” Henderson says. “In 2TinCans, we believe that as artists, we are called to entertain, educate, and empower.” Scharon Mani promises to be a grand and spectacular production with choreography by Disney alumnus Steve Banua Sanchez and musical direction by award-winning conductor Dennis Gregory Sugarol. Performances are on Dec. 7 (7:30PM), Dec. 8 and 9 (2PM and 7:30PM) at the Centerstage of SM Seaside City Cebu. Tickets are available online via 2tincans.yapsody.com and www.ticket2me.net. For more information, call 0917- 8962181 or (032) 401-0536.

 

 

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Here Are the Highlights of Fete de la Musique 2019

Local talent took centerstage at _ACOUSTIC: Fete de la Musique 2019.

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Don’t Miss Salvatore Ferragamo’s Pre-Fall 2019 Collection in Cebu

Italian luxury fashion house, Salvatore Ferragamo, will be heading to Cebu with its Pre-Fall 2019 Collection at the Clubhouse of 32 Sanson by Rockwell, Sanson Road, Lahug.The pop-up store will open on July 6, Saturday with a private launch event and will be open to the public from July 7 to 9 from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Discerning fashion and society circles in the South will be treated to a sneak peek of the brand’s latest collection of men’s and women’s shoes, bags and other small leather items, including scarves and accessories. THE COLLECTION Family, the cultural continuity between generations, and power – all have been central to the spirit of Salvatore Ferragamo. It is a quiet power that distinguishes the house, a power Paul Andrew and Guillaume Meilland explore for Autumn/Winter 2019 and figure into the zeitgeist as an antidote to its pervasive unrest.

Patchworks of suede and nappa in women’s accessories speak to this prevailing notion of multiplicity and allude to Mr. Ferragamo’s ubiquitous multicolor patchwork wedge of 1942. The same symbolic tactic is echoed in archival scarf prints in modern patchwork on silk twill. Fringed cashmere blanket coats, sensual leather robes, sportswear in Japanese technical wool and hand-knit textured sweaters convey a natural, unstudied luxury.

The Gancini monogram jacquard, a new signature, visually locates the collection in a place and time without needing to tiredly assert a heritage.Shoes not only importantly anchor the collection looks; they are the fundamental ingredients of the Ferragamo formula. Sculptural heels appear in bright suede, refined loafers with collapsible back, and chic mule slippers in butter calfskin. A twist on the classic loafer for men further emphasize the tension between classic and rugged. Handbags in everyday styles are rendered soft and deconstructed in suede and tumbled deerskin or assume singularity as small, handheld objects. A new creative horizon at Ferragamo begins to come into focus, with a renewed commitment to crafting innovative products for a generation that sees luxury everywhere and nowhere, and for whom inclusion and authenticity rise as beacons of possibility, hope.

 

#PATCHWORKOFCHARACTERS The Autumn/Winter 2019 campaign was shot by British photographer Harley Weir in Milan, Italy. It pays tribute to the common cultural and artistic sophistication of both Ferragamo and Milan, the global capital of fashion and design. An ode to the unmistakably Italian flavor of ease and sophistication inherent in the house, it is continuing the house’s Patchwork of Characters philosophy, featuring a cast of models, both male and female, from a broad range of cultures and age.

Some of the models are regular collaborators with Salvatore Ferragamo – friends of the house – but one notable new face this season is that of Hero Fiennes-Tiffin.Paul Andrew says: “Just like these exquisite architectural jewels in Milan, Salvatore Ferragamo is open to all who have the curiosity and inclination to discover it.”

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The Best Way to Donate to Charity Through GCash

GCash introduces a program for advocacy that addresses different issues faced by society across different levels. GCash for Good is a pioneering corporate social responsibility program that encourages Filipinos to donate to non-government organizations for worthy advocacies such as education, environment, animal welfare and other social issues.

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Ney Villasenor – Vice President, GCash and Corporate Communications Group Head

“It all starts with your decision to do good,” says Reyner Villasenor, the VP for corporate communications. “GCash for Good is another big step to further develop the GCash app into a more socially relevant and sustainable platform that helps address issues across different levels,” he adds. With the launch of the GCash for Good Program, GCash invites NGO Partners from Cebu and nearby cities to join a community of doing good and giving back through the program.

“Globe Fintech Innovations Inc. (Mynt) operates GCash as a springboard for donations to non-government organizations that champion various advocacies, thanks to its scale and innovative digital platform,” says Reyner. “With GCash for Good, GCash users can use the GCash app to donate to various groups to create an impact on society,” he adds.

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Mabel Niala, Head of Sustainability and External Affairs of Mynt

The GCash for Good program currently involves 35 NGOs, including UNDP, ABS-CBN Lingkod Kapamilya Foundation, ECHOstore, Caritas Manila, WWF- Philippines, and more.

“The team at GCash really need to be commended for providing concerned citizens with a highly accountable platform to support the causes they are passionate about,” says Titon Mitra, county representative for UNDP. “I doesn’t matter how much one can afford to give- every peso to a good cause counts. GCash can be a powerful tool for direct citizen engagement and an important contribution to helping the Philippines to meet the Sustainable Development Goals,” he adds.

“I am calling all our NGO friends in Cebu and other nearby locales to join us as we spread the power of good through GCash,” says Reyner. Regulatory requirements are need to be completed by interested NGOs before becoming official GCash for Good partners to ensure the organizations are legitimate and the money donated cannot be abused.

“People now prefer to donate online, as this removes the hassle of having to go through long queues and processes, giving them more time to focus on their daily lives,” says Reyner during the launch of the GCash for Good program in Cebu. With that, partners of the program are happy that GCash has launched a program where people can be comfortable to donate their money.

“After a decade in development work supporting our social enterprises, I have seen the difficulties that non-government organizations face in mobilizing funding support for even the most worthy causes,” says Jeannie Javelosa, the director for ECHOsi Foundation, one of program’s current partner. “ I am excited to see what GCash for Good can do for the development community. With more Filipinos feeling comfortable about giving online, GCash for Good could be a game-changer,” she adds.

Reyner Villasenor stresses during the launch that through GCash, doing good is made easier and more efficient for people who wish to do so. “With GCash for Good, users will also have direct access to where their donations go. It showcases a more transparent and user-friendly interface for anyone to access,” Reyner says.

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