In a pleasant surprise, the cast and creative team of Ang Huling El Bimbo (AHEB) recently treated their audience to a sneak peek of what will be the next big musical of the Full House Theater Company.
The clues disappeared during a nostalgic performance of “Harana,” a beloved song by the iconic Filipino band, Parokya ni Edgar, that sent fans into a frenzy.
The AHEB team performed a catchy rendition of “Harana,” accompanied by an animated backdrop that featured various symbols related to the band’s popular tracks.
Insights into the musical 2024 Parish of Edgar:
The screen shows a guitar for “Harana,” a slice of pizza representing “Picha Pie,” a fine mustache representing “Mr. Suave,” two bottles of beer for “Drink Now,” and a mysterious chicken or bird, possibly representing “Don’t Touch My Birdie.” At the end of the animation, the cryptic message “Rent 2024” is written, leaving viewers wanting for more
While Full House Theater Company is keeping details under wraps, speculation is already swirling about the potential content and theme of the new musical. As the Newport Performing Arts Theater is home to Full House productions, it is likely that this exciting show will grace the same stage in 2024.
As the countdown begins, fans are encouraged to stay tuned for updates and mark their calendars for a musical journey into the world of Parokya ni Edgar like never before.