Muhammad Fathi Diaz
Hantu Kuburan TuaSince childhood, Laura had to endure her mother, Riska, her only parent. When Riska gets angry, she can forget herself. Laura often received harsh treatment from her mother. Irritated by the situation at home, Laura goes on a historical site coverage assignment with her boyfriend, Edwin, and her two friends, Rizal and Maya. In the middle of their way, they were hit by a landslide when the weather was pouring rain. They survived and decided to take shelter in a former orphaned house. Their arrival was greeted coldly and mysteriously by Sarinten, a resident of the house. To get rid of boredom, Maya invited her friends to play a game of calling a ghost named Baby Blues. Rizal, Edwin and Laura disagreed. Maya quietly played it out of curiosity. Since playing the baby blues game, Edwin, Rizal, and Laura have been terrorized by terrible monsters that threaten their lives. The situation grew tense with the appearance of other wandering spirits. It turned out that in that house there had been a massacre of orphaned children. In an effort to save herself, Laura accidentally finds a shocking reality related to her past. At first Laura didn't believe it until Sarinten convinced her. Laura and the monster are related by blood. The figure was born from the womb of Riska, his mother. HipoA musical sex comedy about hypocrisy, bigotry and prejudice. Featuring top sexy stars- Katya Santos and Allen Dizon with Viva Hotmen Paolo Serrano, Justin de Leon, Jason Colis, Ethan Zulueta and Jerome Ocampo. Supported by an ensemble of talented theater actors from PETA. A show full of punch lines, comedy sketches, monologues and musical numbers, this stage play will tackle relevant issues like gender, sexuality and also controversial issues that made the headlines like the much investigated escort services expose, right wing moralists, self righteous and self-proclaimed guardians of morality which give twisted interpretations of the law and sometimes even the Word of God. Lukisan Ratu KidulDimas and Satria Soedibyo actually has many questions when their father died: their grandfather; Rusdi Soedibyo, is a famous painter in the 80s, the death of their mother who was never told, the house that is now suddenly passed on to them, also about a painting hidden in the house. Dimas invites his wife and child, Astrid and Sandra, to visit the house to find answers. Satria finds various items that make him sure, that the house might have been occupied by them as a child. In that house, when the night comes, appeares the figure of a woman dressed in Javanese nobility, who haunting Satria. Dimas actually want to sell the house to a collector who believes that there is a very high value painting in the house. The painting is later discovered by Sandra. The Queen of South painting by the grandfather was the source of the Soedibyo family's disaster for decades. The figure behind the painting now threatens the safety of Dimas, Satria, Astrid and Sandra.