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#TFM7for7: Win Tickets to 7 Shows!

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Tanghalang Pilipino’s Ang Pag-uusig and Ballet Manila’s Ibong Adarna won the most awards with 6, followed by REP’s Agnes of God and 9 Works Theatrical’s Newsies with 5.

“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.”

TFM officially turns 7 years old today! It’s been both exciting and humbling to see the growth of Philippine theater. We’ve been witness to new talent, sharp writing, and cutting-edge concepts, but most of all, we’ve seen how the audiences have grown as well. Thank YOU dear theater fans for constantly supporting our amazing theater …

The international cast members who play Simba, Nala, Scar, Mufasa, and Timon talk Lion King, getting cast, and working with the young Filipino cast.

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 since). Two visible percussionists on either side of the stage start the beat, Rafiki (Ntsepa Pitjeng) walks in and sings that iconic “Nants Ingonyama!” that …

Win tickets to the opening night of REP’s Arsenic and Old Lace!

We also sat down with Lebo M. and producer Michael Cassel to get to know more about the inner-workings of their creative process.