• Jon Santos gathers past, present and future ‘presidentiables’

    Jon Santos as Sen. Grey’s Poh, President PinYoy, Mayor Syerrap Espada, and Meldy

    Jon Santos as Sen. Grey’s Poh, President PinYoy, Mayor Syerrap Espada, and Meldy

    With election fever rising across the nation, so will the laughter that comes from political satirists like Jon Santos. Beating his fellow impersonators to the live circuit scene, he is all set to mount WTF: Wala Talagang Forever…. sa Malacañang!

    Jon is raring to strike again as the whole country reels under the pressure of the question: Who should be the next president of the Republic of the Philippines come election 2016?

    In WTF: Wala Talagang Forever….sa Malacanang!—a new political comedy slated for two weekends on September 25 and 26 and October 2 and 3 at Teatrino in Greenhills, San Juan—the stand up comic will share his laugh out loud yet intelligent insights about the next big political event the country will face next year.

    Who’s the funniest? Who’s the fairest? Jon will ask his audience, “HuGot your vote?” He will also remind voters to recall what past presidents and hopefuls have said and done to help them make their decision for the future, as well as other celebrities active in the political scene.

    Jon will bring out President PinYoy, Sen. Meeryam Da Defensive Defender, Gov. Vee, Mayor Syerrap Espada, Ms. Korona Sanches, and Sen. Grey’s Poh. Special guest appearances of international singer Majonna, who is also expected to make headlines in the Philippines next year; and Nanay Dyuning, who will take a break from her early Christmas shopping in Greenhills will also be part of the show.

    “I’m also very excited to sing my very first single, which is a Christmas song from the Philpop album ‘Apat Na Buwang Pasko’,” added the comedian who prefers to keep his political leanings a secret when asked about them.

    Directed by Jenny Jamora, WTF is a production of the same creative team behind Jon’s very successful stand up comedy career, Enrico Santos and Joel Mercado. Light designer is John Batalla while line producer is Ambie Burac.


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