Ding Ang Bato!

It presents itself as a technical marvel, with a confluence of different theater techniques that come together to form a strong start.

These pre-teens of the stage talk about the joys and challenges of theater, taking on complex roles, and the best advice they’ve ever been given.

Arsenic and Old Lace

“The premise of the story is in itself funny, if morbid: two docile, eccentric old ladies living in an old house are discovered by their nephew, Mortimer (Nel Gomez), to be casual murderers–offering elderberry wine laced with arsenic to unsuspecting, lonely old men and afterwards burying them in the basement.”

It’s been over twenty years, and Julie Taymor’s fully realized theatrical version of The Lion King remains fresh, innovative, experimental, and frankly, unlike anything that’s ever been done before (or …

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Himala

“Ed Lacson Jr. stays faithful to how Filipino this story is, forgoing the usual accoutrements that accompany Western musicals.”

“Perhaps Norman’s play–originally written in the 80s–continues to be relevant, but Lomongo’s adaptation contemporising it to present day Philippines is what makes the material truly resonant.”

A Comedy of Tenors

“It’s a screwball comedy, a farce, but Miguel Faustmann directs the material with a necessary precision that keeps the misunderstandings comedic, but never confusing.”