We may have just witnessed the birth of a new theater form.
Ballet Manila successfully closes its 24th season with a beautiful double bill.
This RSC production is packed with stage magic, affecting performances, and a classic story fit for all ages.
This Jade Castro-penned musical remake of the hit 90s show is a cacophony of themes and terrible teens.
Guelan Varela-Luarca’s stylized production of Malou Jacob’s play invites audiences to check their preconceived notions at the door.
Now on its third run, the musical adaptation of Lualhati Bautista’s 1983 novel is still powerful and cathartic.
“Joseph the Dreamer” is an energetic journey through dreams and dance, silhouette and song, all elements coming together to tell an age-old tale of faith and redemption.
This Rody Vera-penned show presents a clear and unambiguous reality of HIV in the Philippines.