Sam Concepcion (left) alternates with Fred Lo as the narrator in Trumpets’ upcoming musical N.O.A.H.
Stage and TV actor Sam Concepcion plays the narrator in Trumpets’ major family musical N.O.A.H [No Ordinary Aquatic Habitat], which opens September 4 at the Meralco Theater.
Directed by Jaime del Mundo, N.O.A.H. is a fun and humorous retelling of the classic story of the biblical patriarch and his famous ark.
Sam alternates with new actor Fred Lo, whom del Mundo discovered in his Playshop 2009 Advanced Musical Theater class. N.O.A.H. is Fred’s first professional theater gig.
N.O.A.H. marks Sam’s comeback to theater, who was last seen in Disney’s High School Musical On Stage in 2007. Despite being successful in his show-business career, Sam still makes time to do theater work, where he started his acting career. At 5, he played the young Jose Rizal in the play Sino Ka Ba, Jose Rizal, where he was discovered. At 9, he played the role of Edmund Pevensie in Trumpets’ The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe.
Sam went on to win the grand prize on ABS-CBN’s “Little Big Star” in 2006 and was the first Pinoy artist to sing for DreamWorks for the hit animated movie Kung Fu Panda.
Catch N.O.A.H. [No Ordinary Aquatic Habitat] at the Meralco Theater from September 4 to 27, with shows every weekend in between. For tickets, call Trumpets at (+632) 635 4478, (+63918) 884 2105, and (+63932) 270 5639 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. Tickets are also available at Ticketworld: (+632) 891 9999.