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.
We can’t all try to separate 3-in-1 coffee by the molecule.
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.”