Tone deaf theater kid who writes for a living. Thinks Candy Store is a major hype song, so she'll sing it off key all the way to a Master's degree in Anthropology. Probably needs to study, but spends her time ranting on Twitter instead.
From “Waitress” to “Mula Sa Buwan”, it’s slim pickings in the eligible romantic leads department.
Part raunchy, part wholesome – all a treat to see.
Alternatively: a list to send your loved ones as a theater fan.
Because the Filipino language should include more grammar and lexicon from the regions but — alas.
And it’s surprisingly easy to forget where you are.
Nicanor Tiongson’s Mabini is a mixed bag that’s half restraint, half chaos, and all patriotic.
Because there’s always room for more formal Filipino in our “heart of heart.”
From courtship to splintering, Quintos’ work is as familiar as the former lover you still yearn for.