Sunday, April 7, 2019

FB Scoop: Lea Salonga Reiterates Mobile Phone Etiquette in the Theater and Concerts

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  1. feel kita tita lea.

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    1. Dapat kasi iniiwan sa bahay ang pagiging hampaslupa hindi dinadala kung saan2x.

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  2. Eh kung camera na lang, ok lang ba?

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  3. Si Tita Lea yung makuda mong HS classmate na inunfollow mo na sa FB kasi lahat na lang ng reklamo sa buhay naka post.

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    1. Hay nako. Halatang hindi pa nakakanuod ng mga play at nakakapasok sa isang theater. She has the right to kumuda no. There's a lot of Filipino theater goers na walang manners, walang etiquette. Sa sinehan nga lang napakadami ka ng makikita ng mga ganyan. Using cellphones inside theater distract the live play so.... she have a point.

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    2. 12:18 natawa naman ako sa iyo kasi parang mas annoying ka base sa pagsulat mo.

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    3. LOL. Lumabas ung pagiging walang class mo po.

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    4. Si 12:18 ung clasmate mo na hindi pa nakakapanood ng muaical stage play kaya di alam ang manners and etiquette sa theater...

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    5. 12:18 mga kagaya mo na ayaw sumunod sa rules, policies, at right conduct tapos pag sinuway, siya pa ang galit. Tapos papalabasin yung iba pa ang may mali kasi nanita. Ang chachaka niyo.

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    6. Te kung di mo afford manood ng play, nood ka ng h-school musical, the movie. hahaha The teacher explained it there.

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  4. I agree with Lea. I watched the Phantom of the Opera last month, the lady sitting infront of me kept on glancing at her phone even if there was a reminder to turn or put on silent the mobile phones. Some people, no matter how privilege they are, should observe proper etiquette in theatres. People didn't pay to watch your glaring phones so better behave properly.

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  5. Grabe naman maka ZERO!
    for sure during one of your child's school performance naglabas kadin ng phone or camera to take shots and/or video.

    That is still a performance ha.
    Baka sabihin mo not as artistic as those performed in theaters. Well if that's the case, then you as a performer yung maxadong feeling entitled dito

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    1. Triggered! Hahaha!

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    2. Malamang zero na if you were informed beforehand and reminded by signages and ushers?

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    3. ??? Ang layo po ng connection mo. School event tapos konek nun sa theater / cinemas?

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    4. 12:41 you havent watched a proper play? Ibahin mo yung play na pambata. Kahit sa Resort’s World, yung Annie inaallow nila magtakbuhan sa loob yun mga bata kasi nga it was meant to be watched by kids. Pag serious play na ang pinag-uusapan, youre talking about expensive tickets. Kaya as much as possible, they want to give everyone the proper experience. Magbabayad ka ba ng 7k pesos pataas para mdistract ng ilaw ng phone ng katabi mo? Worse, those are real people on stage, distracting for them ang phone light from the audience.

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    5. 12:41 ikaw siguro yung tipo na laging sumusuway kasi lagi niya iniisip kung anong pabor sa kanya. Ineexpect mo ikaw lagi intindihin ng ibang tao pero obviously, ikaw di mo gets bakit may mga rules na ganyan. Professional po yung mga actors sa stage. Madali sila madistract. At art din yung ginagawa nila, you should show respect ny giving them your full attention.

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    6. Uo friend ZERO talaga, marami ng paalala and beforehand pa lang, kaya wag tayo magshunga-shungahan @12:41

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    7. Sorry but at the beginning of each musical, they remind everyone that taking photos and videos are NOT permitted. I dont think they do the same thing on school plays. So yes, your comparison is illogical.

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  6. Sadly andami pa ring di marunong ng proper theater etiquette, kesyo mayaman.

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  7. Kahit ano pang sabihin niyo, may point talaga siya. Totoo naman kasi na karamihan ng pinoy, walang disiplina. Ke mayaman o middle class.

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  8. daming kuda ni ateng lahat ng maisip tntweet kaya ang nega ng dating. hindi porket pwede at kaya mo sabihin ay gagawin mo. pa relevant kasi. laging may reklamo napakataas ng standards. dapat ganito dapat ganyan.

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    1. Other theater people had actually stopped the show when somebody distracted them. If you find Lea annoying for writing about these mannerless viewers, what more will you call the actors/actresses who actually called out the disruptive audience members?

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    2. 1:12 clearly di ka pa rin nakakapanood ng play no? Magkaklase nga kau ni 12:18!

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    3. 1:12 hindi kataasan ng standards ang tawag diyan. Proper conduct po yan na wag mag cellphone sa theater. Kung iniisip mo ang ibang tao at hindi lang sarili mo, marerealize mo na distracting ang phone light sa mga nasa stage at sa mga katabi mo.

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    4. Hindi porket pwede at kaya mong sabihin ay gagawin mo na. Dapat manners pa rin pairalin. Ok?

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  9. The first (& only) time I saw Lea in a play was in Ms. Saigon in early 2000’s. Naka-6310 palang ata ako nuon. But inspections were so strict that i left my phone dun sa naghatid sa min. Minsan ang sarap sitahin ng nag-m-mobile sa theathre houses, kaso baka lalong magkaron ng commotion.

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  10. Yabang mo Tita Lea buti nga may gustong manood sayo at VIP pa sa harap. Just so u know, kaya may mga nag lalabas ng cp at kukunan ka kasi ganun ka kamahal at gusto nila may remembrance. Bakit, sa tingin mo makakapag papicture ba sila sayo? Eh di ivideo nalang diba? Chura neto!

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    1. Hunched over their phones nga raw. So nagbabasa or nagscroll sa phone. Hindi nagpipicture.

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    2. hhahaha if they really love and respect Ms. Lea, they should know that she’s very strict about theatre etiquette. matagal na siyang nagttweet tungkol sa mga ganyan pero ang dami pa rin pasaway. there are time and place para makapagpicture with actors/artists but while they’re performing is not one of them.

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    3. Ahaha funny... Reeking of ignorance

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    4. Jusko, kinulang ka sa edukasyon no?

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    5. 2:04 OMG. very squammish ang comment mo teh. hahaha

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    6. Money can't buy GMRC.Hindi po iyan mall show. Abangan nyo na lang sa mall kung gusto nyo kunan vid or pic,utang na loob hindi sa loob ng theater.

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    7. 2:04- nandito na nga ang may zero manners, zero breeding at zero empathy

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    8. Luh cya? Sinabi ba ni lea na about yun habang nagpperform cya? malay mo audience din cya at that time at may napansin na nagccellphone.

      Prohibited po talaga sa theater ang phones! Lalo na kapag ongoing ang play! Kahit nga sa sinehan basic etiquette na bawal. Duh?

      Tska ung logic mo. Pang remembrance? Hahaha.

      Siguro ikaw ung mga nanonood sa sine na nagbubukas ng cellphone noh? Or ung pag sinabi ng bawal gawin, ginagawa padin?? Lumalabas kawalan mo ng disiplina dyan sa comment mo eh

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    9. 2:04 Basa basa din. Sabi nga nya, “hunch over your phone”. Meaning, nakayuko nagbabasa or nagti-text ba sa phone. Hindi sila kumukuha ng photos or videos. At bawal din mag phone (lalo na mag picture at video) sa loob ng theater - mapa movie or play yan. Sinasabi yan bago mag simula yung movie/play. Tama naman kasi na respeto naman sa mga actors & audience. May point si Lea.

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    10. Haaaay, you can't empathize with Lea because most likely you've never watched a play or been in a theater. Bawal mobile phones when the show is on going. Bawal mag take ng pictures or videos. Turned off or naka mute ang phones. Basic etiquette yan. Now you know.

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    11. Kaloka ka bakla! Halatang wala kang kaalam alam sa theater etiquette hahaha. Bawal na bawal po talaga gumamit ng phone lalo na mag picture at video! !

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    12. Sa argument at pananalita mo pa lang, halatang isa ka sa mga tinamaan sa sinabi ni Lea Salonga. I agree with her, that whenever you go to the theater, you should observe proper etiquette.

      Just so you know, etiquette is not taught in school but learned at home. Have some decency.

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    13. 2:04 haha hina ng comprehension saka understanding mo teh...BAWAL nga sa loob ng theatre ang pagkuha ng pix & videos! Ok na?

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    14. You take video to show off to others that you are watching a play..its not because you love the actors..you just love to show off what is in your phone..

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    15. 2:04 hindi lahat kelangan ivideo. Lalo na pagdating sa theater. Hindi po yan kaartehan. Ang play po e meant to be watched live. Hindi from the phone. Kabastusan maglabas ng phone kasi distracting po para sa mga artista at mga audience.

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    16. I remembered my dramatics prof explaining that the theater is the temple of the arts and watching plays is the highest form of being civilized. Char!!! His point was, don't act like a pig in the theater. hahaha You should be on your best and most civilized behavior when your inside. And yes 2:04, that includes not using your phone.

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  11. True konti na lang nga nanonood ang dami pang arte

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    1. Basic theatre etiquette po yan. Well how would you know nga naman mukhang hindi ka pa nakaranas manood ng proper play

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  12. Sa sinehan nga lang bwisit na ko sa mga nagcecelfon. Di nila magets na hello nakakasilaw.

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  13. After watching the phantom play two weeks ago, naiintindihan ko na sentiments ni Leah. Distracting nga talaga pag may naaaninag kang celphone na nakaopen nearby while watching

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    1. dapat kasi sinosurrender muna sa security mga fone sobra distracting sa actors

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    2. agree!here in US they ushers will reprimand.dyan saten they post it just to show they have money to watched to the play.concert os different story.

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    3. It’s not a play, it’s a musical. Learn the difference.

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  14. Ganyan ang mga pinoy ngayon.. sobrang tatalino nila kaya hinde mo sila pwde lecturan ng manners..kita yan kagit sa school..yun bang maglakad lanf papuntang klase yun anak e ivvideo pa..pinaniwala silang matatalino kaya walang makakapigil sa freedom nila .nagbabayad sila e..

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    1. Isa pa ‘tong si 11:52! Nagbayad pero walang manners! Ay hindi pala nagbayad kaya di nakakapanood ng play kaya di alam ang proper manners sa theater

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    2. 3:14, I think you misunderstood 11:52's comment.

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  15. Yung mga nagcocomment dito na nagrereklamo sa sinabi ni lea, obviously kayo yung zero class at zero manners at zero empathy. Ni hindi nagaattempt intindihin bakit bawal. Distracting po. Wag kasi puro sarili iniisip. Or inuuna pa sariling kapakanan na magpost sa social media or makapagvideo.

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    1. korek di lang sa musical play pati mismo sa mga concert jusko nakaka asar wala kn makita nakakagigil !!!! hay nag lilive kasi sa fb as usual pa bibo

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  16. Sobrang yabang at arte ni Tita Lea!!!!! Making a mountain out of a moehill!!!

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    1. It's a "molehill" dahlin. And no, stressing about theater etiquette is not overreacting, it's about being civilized and behaving properly.

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    2. 12:17 MOLEHILL, dear. Lea is NOT mayabang nor maarte. Basic etiquette yun sa loob ng theater or cinema. Not her fault if nakatira ka lang sa city pero walang urbanidad.

      By doing those things, sinasayang lang nila not only yung binayad nila kundi pati na din sa ibang audience na pumunta dun. Please, learn to respect the actors and actresses who put so much effort to the play/musical.

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  17. Lagi na lang yang reklamo ni Lea. Kakaumay na. Pag ang audience sutil, sutil ever. Parang si Lea lang, pag reklamador, reklamador ever. Ganun lang yun.

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    1. girl,u are one of them who uses phone while watching a play.u should concnetrate watching don’t sing w/ them either coz theater actors took months or years to memorize the music then people would sing w/ them,it’s not a concert.

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    2. 5:24 anong akala mo sa akin zero class??? May masabi ka lang. Basta si Lea parang manok lang na putak lang putak.

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    3. 1:55 parang ganun na nga hahahaha. Lea has a point which is true when you are in the theater and yet you found it offensive. People who truly have class will understand. Sadly you didn't. Whahahaha

      Not 5:24

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    4. "...parang manok lang putak lang putak."...Oo mukhang zero class ka nga 1:55am.

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  18. agree mga audience kasi pasaway oo na nanood na kyo ng play di nyo kailangan ivideo kabwiset kala mo first timer wala na makita nasa likod nyo hay jejes

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  19. SANA NABANGGIT DIN ANG SINGING IN CONCERTS NA NAKAKAYAMOT.

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  20. I swear, ang dami pa din talagang walang urbanidad na Filipinos. FP readers, I hope you learn something from this. If you’re going to watch a musical, stage play, or even a movie, please respect the people around you and stop using your phone in the dark, because it really is distracting and is a bother to the actors on stage and the audience who paid to watch the performance.

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