About the Musical

Ang Huling El Bimbo tells the story of friends who get back together after twenty years apart. Personal challenges in each other‘s lives force them to look back on how their friendship was formed and what brought them apart. Now they have to set these aside to give them one last chance to join hands and make things right.



  • August 25

  • 2:30 PM

  • Newport Performing Arts Theater

  • Resorts World Manila


Buy Tickets

Here is the table of ticket prices for our August 25 show:

Section Price (in PHP)
Bronze 1000
Silver 1800
Gold 2500
VIP 3000
SVIP 3500

To buy tickets for our blocked show, please follow these steps:

  1. Reserve Tickets. You have three options to reserve your tickets:
  2. Receive Email Confirming Reservation. Ticket buyers will receive an email regarding their reservation with the details on how to pay. Unpaid reservations will be cancelled after 7 days.
  3. Pay amount and send deposit slip to fundraising@pisay96.com
  4. Receive Email Confirming Payment. Upon receipt of payment confirmation, ticket buyers will receive an email with their Purchase Confirmation as well as details on how to pick-up the tickets.
  5. Pick up Tickets. Depending on Pick Up option, the process below will be followed:
    • Meetups – wait for a communication from a Pisay 96 alumnus regarding date and time of pickup
    • Courier – Tickets may be sent via courier starting July 25, an email will be sent once the tickets have been shipped (buyer shoulders cost)
    • On-the-Day Pick up - Please be at Resorts World at least 60 minutes before show starts in order to receive your tickets

About the Beneficiary

The town of Burgos is a 4th class agricultural municipality in the province of Isabela, in the Cagayan Valley Region. Situated in the heart of this municipality in Barangay Caliguian is Burgos Central School, a 2-hectare public elementary school with 888 students currently enrolled for school year 2018-2019.

Burgos Central School is the most populous among the 14 elementary schools in Burgos and takes pride in having a 100% promotion rate and a good batting average in National Achievement Tests, as well as being recognized in the Department of Education’s Division Contests. It has honed its students to become medical doctors, nurses, medical technicians, engineers, accountants, public servants, and many other types of professionals now rendering their services throughout the Philippines.

The school’s current principal, Ms Tessie Gragasin, Ed.D, narrates that in her 37 years of service as an elementary school teacher, Burgos Central School has only had an improvised infrastructure for a library. With scant furniture such as shelves, tables, and chairs, as well as minimal reading and reference resources, the library was hardly used. And with the school stakeholders’ current priorities leaning more towards extra-curricular support such as scoutings, school division contests, and other facilities such as covered pathways and building repairs, the funding for a library has normally taken a backseat to these other projects.

The Pisay 96 Legacy Project aims to provide the students of Burgos Central School with books, reference materials and computers to help provide current and future enrollees with valuable educational resources that can assist them in their daily studies, and hopefully renew in them the love for reading, research and discovery, further through their education and eventually as they embark into their respective careers.


About Pisay ‘96

PSHS scholars received premier education in the sciences and aim to use the education they received to become globally competitive Filipinos who contribute to nation building. Since our 10th jubilee anniversary in 2006 the Philippine Science High School Class of 1996 (Pisay ‘96) has been conducting socio-civic projects in communities across the country, as a sign of gratitude and giving back to the nation.

We have conducted medical missions in Laguna, Bataan, Pampanga, and in a Dumagat community in the Sierra Madre. As our contribution to environmental conservation, we have initiated an Earth Day Coastal Clean-up in Pangasinan and conducted a tree-planting activity for the rehabilitation of the Ipo Dam Watershed. We have held alternative classes for children from an urban poor community, donated supplemental educational materials to orphanages in Bataan and Quezon, and organized Christmas parties for streetchildren in Diliman.