“Rama at Sita is a musical in two act written by Gibbs Cadiz. This has been adapted into a movie.”
Ay, hindi po. Dalawang malaking pagkakamali. First, I did not write Rama at Sita; in fact, I have nothing to do with it at all, except as an unabashed fan who has blogged about it a few times. I figure that's where the anonymous WikiPilipinas contributor got the idea. Second, as far as I know, no movie has been made of the musical. Good-quality video clips of the show's highlights are available on YouTube, though.
For the record, lest I get flak for usurping the work of others: “Rama at Sita's music and lyrics were a combination of new work penned by Danny Tan, Roy Iglesias and Dodjie Simon, and excerpts from Rama Hari, the 1980 pop ballet by Alice Reyes that featured the music of Ryan Cayabyab and libretto by now-National Artist for Literature Bienvenido Lumbera.”
I wrote that myself, here--in what I thought was clear enough language. Somebody still got it all mixed up. Certainly I'd love to be known as the creator of one of the country's best-remembered musical productions, but--read my bee-stung (not!) lips--it ain't true. Caveat emptor. You can never really trust wacky Wiki.
Have you Googled yourself lately? What's the oddest thing that's come up?