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The Bridges of Madison County

Joanna Ampil, who played Kim in the Australian premiere of Miss Saigon, will co-star with MiG Ayesa in the international premiere of the Tony Award-winning musical The Bridges of Madison County, which begins Nov. 20 in the Philippines. For more details about this show, click here For more information about what’s happening in the Manila …

Pinocchio

Ballet Manila gives life to the beloved fairytale of a wooden toy who dreams of becoming a boy in the world premiere of Co-Artistic Director Osias Barroso’s full-length Pinocchio. Originally conceived as a one-act ballet that has been a staple of Ballet Manila’s repertoire, this holiday offering has been expanded to a full-length, two-act production …

Cookin' Nanta

Knives and other kitchen utensils are transformed into musical instruments in the hands of the performers. They thrill the audience with acrobatic cooking shows, a surprise wedding ceremony, and an exciting dumpling challenge. For more details about this show, click here For more information about what’s happening in the Manila theater scene, please view our …

Francis M auditions

PETA is holding auditions for its upcoming musical, “Three Stars and a Sun”, featuring the songs of Francis M. We can’t be more excited for this production. Break a leg theater fans!

This is Our Youth

  The Red Turnip Theater stages 2014 Tony Award nominee for Best Revival of a Play, This is Our Youth, starring Michael Cera and Kieran Culkin. This adaptation will star Nicco Manalo, Jef Flores, and Cindy Lopez. For more details about this show, click here For more details about what’s happening in the Manila theater …

Ampalaya Monologues

This event which features short monologues that are inspired by real love stories and popular memes was a huge hit with its “hugotable” quotes, hilarious punchlines and heartbreaking stories.

Rony Fortich Best Seat in the House

Rony Fortich is the third featured composer in CCP’s Triple Threats: The Composers series. It will feature his songs from “Bluebird of Happiness,” “Breakups and Breakdowns,” “N.O.A.H.”, among others.

Earl John Arisola in Ballet Philippines' Sarong Banggi

“The show features choreography by Carissa Adea, Ronelson Yadao, Cyril Aran Fallar, Paul Alexander Morales, Nonoy Froilan, and Carlo Pacis. Each choreographer brings to the stage his unique impression of the Filipino family in a new contemporary ballet with the cast led by Jean Marc Cordero, Earl John Arisola, Rita Angela Winder, and Monica Amanda Gana.”