Like last year, Bahay Trese made a clamor to the public, due to its unique and high acting prowess of terrifying or should we say scaring anyone who will enter the house, as actors train by PETA Theater the plot surround the mysterious house where many lives have gone to nothing, and spirits still lives there since the massacare by Japanese soldiers.
This time, Bahay Trese offer you the story of Mang Abe, the caretaker of the house, and the tour guide or curator that will bring you from one room to another room, until you unravel the mystery behind their agony. You should expect that once you knock at the door, you are not just a paying guest but a special guest that was task to do something in return, of course I will not spoil that here yet.
Ms. Chinkee Ayaquil, Executive Director for Business Development of World of Fun, told us that they retain Bahay Trese in Sta.Lucia, certainly because it’s their biggest branch with good location, at the same time that’s where Bahay Trese all started along with PETA Theater as collaborators.
“Maraming world of fun, pero kasi itong Sta.Lucia ang biggest, it’s our biggest indoor family entertainment center, so dito kami may malaking space, and Sta.Lucia is very popular also, malaki yung market na-drive nya kasi yung location nya is very strategic.” Ayaquil Said.
What can we expect to this year’s version is a more improve lighting effects that adds to the drama, the story is still engaging up to the point you want to exit right away because it’s freaking scary, and I must say the actors this time are good on timing, I have to commend at the second room where the ghost and the lights synchronize very well.
As early as today (As of this writing) Oct 14, 2016 the Bahay Trese is now open to public, and will last until January 15 of 2017. The house will welcome guest from 3:00 pm up to 9 in the evening. Tickets for single entry is at P299, but World Of Fun is offering some discounts for bulk bookings or group request. It’s located at the 4th level, Bldg 3 of Sta. Lucia Mall.
“Aside from the immersive theater experience, pagka-walk through nyo, you can see our souvenir booth, face painting booth, photo booth, that’s a complete experience.” Ayaquil said in closing
Sta. Lucia Mall is located along marcos Highway, Cainta in Rizal Province here in Metro Manila.