MANILA -- One of the stars of "All Out of Love" has offered a sneak into the behind-the-scenes preparations that went into the upcoming musical featuring the songs of the Australian duo Air Supply.
Filipino-Australian theater actor MiG Ayesa, who plays a struggling rock star, documented the first two weeks of rehearsals with his Pinoy castmates, that includes Rachel Alejandro.
He also shared what happened in the days leading up to their world premiere on Thursday.
The musical will be making its debut in Manila as the members of Air Supply wanted to "repay the great support" of their Filipino fans.
"All Out of Love" features a script written by award-winning Canadian playwright Jim Millan, incorporating Air Supply hits like "Lost in Love," "All Out of Love," "You are the Reason," and more.
The official synopsis reads:
"The story of the musical happens over the course of one evening, as music mogul Tommy King tries to convince his struggling rock star Jamie Crimson to embark on a world tour to promote his new album and save Tommy King’s record company.
"Jamie is struggling having left behind his song writing partner and love of his life Rayne while Tommy is dealing with his own loss, that of his wife and his distant relationship with his daughter."
"All Out of Love" will run from Thursday to October 28 at the Newport Performing Arts Theater in Resorts World Manila.