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Mario Bautista, has been with the entertainment industry for more than 4 decades. He writes regular columns for People's Journal and Malaya.

Aug 30, 2017

Bea Alonzo And The Rest Of 'A Love To Last' Cast Will Star In A Farewell Concert At The KIA Theater On Friday, September 8, 8 PM

BEA ALONZO says she will surely miss the company of her co-stars in “A Love to Last” that will end in two weeks, to be replaced by “The Good Son” starring Joshua Garcia. It started airing on ABS-CBN’s Primetime Bida in January and is still going strong after 8 months as TV viewers avidly followed the love story of Bea as Andeng and Ian Veneracion as Anton Noble. They even had earlier scenes shot on location in Germany.

Viewers saw how Bea and Anton’s love blossomed amidst the resistance of some people and how Bea eventually became the stepmom of Ian’s three kids with his first wife, Iza Calzado as Grace. The three children are portrayed by Julia Barretto as Chloe, JK Labajo as Lucas and Hannah Vito as Kitty.

Giving the major cast great support are Enchong Dee as Andrew, Bea’s half brother; Ronnie Alonte as Tupe and Jameson Blake as Fort, Julia’s love interests; Tirso Cruz III as Anton’s dad; Irma Adlawan as Andeng’s mom; Perla Bautista as Andeng’s grandma; Bernard Palanca as Anton’s best friend and Matet de Leon as Andeng’s best friend. Throughout the show, we saw many other stars playing various roles like Melanie Marquez, Anna Marin, Arlene Muhlach, Jenine Desiderio, Denise Joaquin, Prince Stefan, Troy Montero, Carla Martinez, Cris Villanueva, Pilar Pilapil, TJ Trinidad, Khalil Ramos and Xian Lim. No doubt all of them contributed to the show’s success.

Now, the show will have its thanksgiving concert to be held at Kia Theater on September 8, Friday, at 8 PM. The stars will be performing special musical numbers for their loyal supporters. To get your tickets to the concert, log in at ticketnet.com.ph or call 911-5555.

As the show nears its end, Bea as Andeng realizes that love is not a fairy tale. After her marriage to Anton, she encounters all sorts of hardships and problems in their relationship, especially now that she also has to attend to her family’s own problems. Her brother Enchong Dee has made a girl pregnant, Bianca, the niece of Grace played by Kazel Kinouchi, while her dearest grandmother Perla Bautista suffers from a stroke. Ian gave money to Enchong and helped in paying the hospital bills of her grandma, giving Iza Calzado and Cris Villanueva as Paul (dad of Bianca) the chance to accuse Bea that she really married Ian only for his money. Will the love of Anton and Andeng (or Tondeng) prove to be stronger than all the difficult challenges that are proving to be thorns on their smooth relationship or will these obstacles make them fall apart? That is what you have to find out in the last few episodes of the show. But as Bea confidently puts it: “Love will find a way. Love will triumph in the end.”