Erik Santos ASAP ROCKS Dec 25, 2011

Erik Santos ASAP ROCKS Dec 25, 2011

Erik Santos ASAP ROCKS Dec 25, 2011 Opening – Pasko Na Naman

Erik Santos ASAP ROCKS Dec 25, 2011 – Closing

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Erik Santos ASAP ROCKS Dec 18, 2011

Erik Santos ASAP ROCKS Dec 18, 2011

Erik Santos ASAP ROCKS Dec 18, 2011 Spiel

Erik Santos ASAP ROCKS Dec 18, 2011 – Gloria In Excelsis Deo

Erik Santos ASAP ROCKS Dec 18, 2011 That’s Christmas – Group 2 Team Alive

Erik Santos ASAP ROCKS Dec 18, 2011 MMFF 2011 Entry – Way Back into Love

Erik Santos ASAP ROCKS Dec 18, 2011 – That’s Asap Awarding & Closing

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Erik Santos – Ai-Ai delas Alas and John Lloyd Cruz win top acting honors in 59th FAMAS Awards Ai-Ai delas Alas and John Lloyd Cruz win top acting honors in 59th FAMAS Awards.

Here’s the Official Music Video of Erik Santos for the movie “Miss You Like Crazy”, which won the BEST THEME SONG. Other awards for the movie are, EST ACTOR -John Lloyd Cruz & BEST EDITING – Marya Ignacio. Kudos to the Prince of Pop’s exceptional version of Natalie Cole’s “I Miss You Like Crazy”!


Erik Santos Miss You Like Crazy Music Video | Movie Trailer

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Erik Santos is still able to consult, ‘talk as friends,’ with Boy Abunda

Erik Santos is still able to consult, ‘talk as friends,’ with Boy Abunda
By: Marinel R. Cruz
Philippine Daily Inquirer
December 7, 2011 | 12:23 am

erik santosErik Santos said all is well between him and TV host Boy Abunda, who used to head the talent management group Backroom Inc. that managed his career for more than seven years.

Santos ended his business relationship with Backroom in August, and is now comanaged by ABS-CBN’s Star Magic group and Cornerstone Talent Management Center. Abunda said his talent agency had to release the singer because he “badmouthed Backroom and lied to some of our common friends.”
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Busy singer’s favorite time is Christmas

Busy singer’s favorite time is Christmas
By: Marinel R. Cruz
Philippine Daily Inquirer
December 4, 2011 | 8:35 pm

The older you are, the longer your Christmas list. This is according to singer-actor Erik Santos, who says he gives over a hundred gifts to relatives, friends and godchildren.

Nevertheless, Christmas is Erik’s favorite time of year, though he gets stressed “going back and forth to the mall because I’ve forgotten someone.”

Yuletide in the Santos home begins in November, shortly after Halloween. This year, Erik says, members of the group Erik Santos Friends Online helped decorate the 12-feet-tall Christmas tree in the living area of his three-story residence in Novaliches, Quezon City.

“It took five people to finish it in a day. The decorations are a mix of the family’s old materials and gifts from fans,” Erik tells Living Stars.
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Disney-mania in Manila

Disney-mania in Manila
By Mirava M. Yuson
The Philippine Star
December 05, 2011

erik santosMANILA, Philippines – One of the most commonly heard complaints about local stage productions is that they’re not “big” enough. What exactly they’re not big enough for is something never quite elaborated on. Presumably, naysayers are picturing falling chandeliers and giant clock faces when they imply lack of stage space (even though CCP was able to fit a life-sized helicopter onstage back in 2000), or worse, a lack of variety in capable performers who can fill the shoes of Broadway greats. Sadly, such claims only prove that characteristic Filipino self-deprecation is still alive and well.

It may be true that we have a bizarre love for scaffolding, as well as abstract backgrounds that can stand in for different locations (a colorful one can be the stained-glass windows of a church, for example, or a uniquely starry night). However, these tendencies for “minimalist,” mostly urban-set musicals, are an indication of progress rather than proof of hindrance.

As theater companies work their way up the Tony-winning roster of play rights — while mixing in Broadway classics that aren’t being performed anywhere else — we are getting closer and closer to the showstoppers many have been yearning for. If Atlantis Production’s The Little Mermaid is any indication, more space and a myriad of stage actors are not a matter we should be concerned over.

Although it is based on the world-renowned Disney film of the same title, which was released all the way back in 1989, the musical opened on Jan. 10, 2008 and is actually a fairly new creation. Alan Menken, who composed the movie’s original score, and Greg Slater collaborated on around ten new songs. And the soundtrack garnered them a Tony Award for Best Original Score.

Amidst the general air of Disney-brand nostalgia that’s been floating around (The Lion King 3D is here for a reason), The Little Mermaid was therefore one of the more fitting choices of musicals for families to enjoy while anticipating the holidays.

The play opens — literally — with a storybook, though the parallels to Hans Christian Andersen’s short story stop there. Nevertheless, for every adult ready to judge the on-stage depictions of long popular numbers such as Part Of Your World, I Kissed A Girl and Under The Sea, there would be a much younger counterpart that is, in all likelihood, discovering the magic for the first time.

And what a magical first time it was, thanks to Atlantis Productions’ and directors Bobby Garcia and Chari Arespacochaga’s efforts in maintaining topnotch production value. From the get-go, the bottom of the ocean floor was quite the spectacle. And if the sequined fins, wispy threads and more than 20 different species of fauna weren’t enough to bring color to Ariel’s world, glow-y appendages, shadow puppetry and a lot of sparkling props and costumes made memorable appearances, and were a sight even for seasoned eyes.

erik santosThere are some notable differences from the animated movie version, naturally, most likely to justify bringing together such a large and diverse cast. Playing a slightly more demure Ariel is Rachelle Ann Go, while Erik Santos is love interest Prince Eric. The two characters provide solace for each other’s rather controlling families, and are woven together in a Cinderella-esque tale as Prince Eric tries to find the siren who serenaded him while he was sinking, and — you know the rest.
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