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Lea Salonga to theatergoers: Don’t use your mobile phones or better not come

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Oct. 16, 19 | 8:20 pm

Photo credit: Lea Salonga Instagram

Lea Salonga reminded theatergoers to refrain from using their mobile phones or better yet, don’t come to the show if they insist to do so.

Lea issued the warning on her Facebook following the incident where one theatergoer, who watched their play, “Sweeny Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street,” used a mobile phone twice.

For Lea, it distracts the actors as well as other patrons watching the play.

“If you’re only going to show off that you can afford it, but don’t actually possess the manners, keep your **** at home. We’ve been trying so hard with the cellphone advisories on social media and in the theater. And even with our own unique take that happens just before the orchestral downbeat,” she wrote on her post.

“Our ushers are also working hard, telling you twice to put your phone away. TWICE! But you’re just either too dense or entitled to think that it applies to you, it seems,” she added.

Lea plays the role of Mrs. Lovett in the musical thriller.

Jett Pangan plays the role of Sweeney Todd/Benjamin Barker.

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