Hindi ikinatuwa ng Pinay Broadway star na si Lea Salonga ang hindi kanais-nais na kilos ng ilang mga taong nanood sa Manila run ng Les Miserables, kung saan tampok ang kababayan nating si Rachelle Ann Go.
Sa kanyang Twitter at Facebook account, ramdam ang pagkadismaya ni Lea sa decorum ng mga taong nakabili nga ng mamahaling tickets pero hindi raw talaga nabibili ang pagiging "class."
Friends that saw Les Miz had people around them talking and burping. I guess some that could buy premium seats couldn't afford class. #SMH— Lea Salonga (@MsLeaSalonga) April 9, 2016
So, how does one teach a theater audience to turn off their phones, not sing along with the cast and not give loud commentary? #LotsToLearn— Lea Salonga (@MsLeaSalonga) April 9, 2016
Narito pa ang isang payo ni Lea na dapat ipairal na pag-uugali ng mga manonood ng isang global production:
If you're just going to glue your eyes to your phone instead of watching that play/musical, then stay home. No one likes a rude audience.— Lea Salonga (@MsLeaSalonga) April 9, 2016
RESPECTING THE CAST AND FELLOW AUDIENCE. Ayon pa sa The Voice of the Philippines coach, hindi karaoke bar ang teatro kaya huwag daw sabayan ang mga artistang gumaganap sa play.
Ito raw ay pagpapakita ng respeto sa mga taong bumubuo ng show at sa kapwa nila audience members.
Also, the theater isn't a karaoke bar. Try not to sing along. The rest of the audience paid to hear THE CAST sing. Not you.— Lea Salonga (@MsLeaSalonga) April 9, 2016
This isn't only about respecting the cast working hard on stage, but also respecting your fellow audience members and yourself.— Lea Salonga (@MsLeaSalonga) April 9, 2016