Two-time Aliw awardee for Best Comedy Act, actor and TV host John Lapus takes center stage at the Music Museum on June 15, 2013 with his show titled Sweet in a Box. This event will celebrate his 20 fruitful years in the showbiz industry.
“Sweet after twenty years is much bolder and spicier. Of course, I will be in my honest, direct to the point punch lines as I tackle life inside the box of showbiz,” said comedian John.
“Watch out for my new character Tweetums and the infamous Sweet Anino crying a river while announcing her resignation from showbiz and prepares to embrace politics in 2016.
“But wait there’s more, the ending of my show is a must watch! If people know me for my buwis-buhay dance numbers, might as well, let’s do a level up.
“The end will showcase Sweet coming out of the box.”
He also highlighted that he will be wearing stunning creations of this industry’s fabulous and celebrated fashion designers namely JC Buendia, Pablo Cabahug, Jeffrey Rogador, Tatah Galias, Totoy Madriaga, Bea Albert and Bing Cristobal.
From his humble beginnings as a researcher, Sweet has come full circle as a total entertainer and an award winning actor. With the support of his fellow Star Magic Kapamilya talents Angeline Quinto, Enrique Gil and Xian Lim with the special participation of Jake Cuenca and Julia Clarete.
Audiences can look forward to topnotch live performances from Sweet and his guests.
This show is directed by Phillip Lazaro who also spearheaded Sweet 16, Sweet @ 18, Comic Divas, and the two record-breaking Jose Manalo-Wally Bayola concerts at the Araneta Coliseum.
“This is one, very exciting concert!
“In fact, we are sending a special reminder to everyone watching.
“The show is not the usual doll in the box.
“Sweet in a Box concert is recommended for 13 years old and above not for its small parts but because of its dirty parts,” John ends in guffaw.
The show is sponsored by ABS-CBN, Star Magic, PEP.ph, Orange Segment Print and Design Studio, Golds Gym, Hairwatch Salon and Planet Drugstore. For ticket inquiries, you may call 0927-7515726 / 0923-9299994 or TicketWorld hotline at Tel. No. 891-9999.