Kim Molina plays superhero in ‘Zsazsa Zaturnnah the Musical… Yun Lang!’

The theater scene is getting back to normal with more and more full-length productions sprouting here and there. What better way to welcome fans and celebrate the reliving of the arts with the restaging of the a crowd favorite? ‘Zsazsa Zaturnnah’ returns with Kim Molina playing the titular role.

‘Zsazsa Zaturnnah the Musical… ‘Yun Lang!’ is all set for March 17 – April 2 performances. It is the latest treat from Ateneo Blue Repertory (blueREP), presented by Rizal Library, and co-presented by its venue, Areté.

On her latest social media post, Kim Molina took to share a sneak peek into her costume. She captioned her photo with “Teaser shoot day.. Elow powz #ZsazsaZaturnnahTheMusical #FITMIXZaturnnah”

About Zsazsa Zaturnnah the Musical… ‘Yun Lang!

Zsazsa Zaturnnah the Musical… ‘Yun Lang! is a cult classic comedy based on the graphic novel by Carlo Vergara, with Music and Lyrics by Vincent A. DeJesus, and Stage Adaptation by Chris Martinez.

The show deals with otherworldly proportions about what it means to be queer in the Philippines. Sometimes, in the end, it takes something out of this world to bring you the truth of who you are, the range of what you can do, and the love that’s been right beside you this whole time.

The cast includes award-winning performer, singer, actress, entrepreneur, and social media influencer Kim Molina as Zsazsa; Phi Palmos, Adrian Lindayag, and Shaun Ocrisma as Ada; Joshua Cabiladas, Almond Bolante and Robert Bradley Hao as Didi;  Juan Carlos Galano, Jude Matthew Sevilla and Elian Dominguez as Dodong; Kakki Teodoro, Anyah de Guzman as Queen Femina Suarestellar Baroux; Carlin Maximo, Jelena Evangelista, Dani Tan, and Heart Romeo as Amazonistas; Kyla Rivera as Aling Britney, and other members of the Ateneo Blue Repertory as ensemble. 

Zsazsa Zaturnnah the Musical… ‘Yun Lang! is also composed of a talented pool of artistic team members with the direction of Philippine Theater Actors Guild (TAG) President Missy Maramara; musical direction of music composer and writer Vincent A. DeJesus; production and costumes design of Tata Tuviera; choreography of Franco Ramos; technical direction of Adriane Ungriano; lights design of D Cortezano; graphic design of Ralf Borja; and illustrations of Rio Reyes.

The show will run from March 17, 2023, to April 2, 2023, at the Doreen Fernandez Black Box Theater, Areté, Ateneo de Manila University.

For ticket inquiries, please contact Dani Villa (09171394640), or send an email to


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