‘Here Lies Love’ cast performs on ‘Good Morning America’
The cast of the hit Broadway musical “Here Lies Love” brought their infectious energy and musical talents to the national stage with a performance on “Good Morning America.”
Led by the talented Arielle Jacobs, who plays former First Lady Imelda Marcos in the production, the cast lit up the morning show with a lively rendition of the title song and a snippet from “Eleven Days.”
“Here Lies Love,” a musical by David Byrne (Academy Award, Grammy Award, and Tony Award winner) and Fatboy Slim (Grammy Award winner), has been making waves on Broadway with its storytelling and immersive disco-infused experience.
It tells the story of the former First Lady’s rise to power and eventual downfall amid the backdrop of the People Power Revolution. The musical has garnered praise for its approach to political drama, described by critics as “a political chiller that’s also a red-hot adrenaline rush.”
Joining Jacobs in the “Good Morning America” performance was Jose Llana, who portrays Ferdinand Marcos in the show. Their onstage chemistry and vocals added to the excitement of the morning broadcast.
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“Here Lies Love” on Broadway boasts a stellar cast that includes Conrad Ricamora as Ninoy Aquino, Vina Morales as Aurora Aquino, and the talented ensemble of Aaron J. Albano, Melody Butiu, Moses Villarama, and Jasmine Forsberg.
This special appearance on “Good Morning America” not only showcased the musical’s impressive cast but also highlighted its distinct blend of music, dance, and storytelling. It offered viewers a taste of the electrifying atmosphere that has been enthralling audiences on Broadway.
With its infectious energy and production design, “Here Lies Love” continues to make an impact on Broadway. “The Good Morning America” performance beautifully showcased the musical’s ability to breathe life into (and never forget) history, delivering an unforgettable theatrical experience.
Watch the performance here: