Bibeth Orteza’s adaptation of Steinbeck’s ‘Of Mice and Men’ sets a standard for adaptations, local plays, and theater-as-advocacy.
There’s nothing new in this Laurice Guillen-directed, Nestor Torre-penned, and Ryan Cayabyab-composed musical about the Jesus story.
Director Robbie Guevara steps up to the challenge of staging one of Sondheim’s most controversial works.
Topper Fabregas’s stylized direction gets in the way of this Sondheim classic.
Playwright Luna Griño-Inocian’s retelling is a kid-relevant, mesmerizing modern take on the Pinoy epic.
And it’s surprisingly easy to forget where you are.
With Francis Matheu’s perfunctory direction, this one-act about atypical love is middling at best.
Nicanor Tiongson’s Mabini is a mixed bag that’s half restraint, half chaos, and all patriotic.