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Anak Datu tells an important story and one that deserves to be told and that demands to be seen.

The current production of Mula Sa Buwan proves that theater isn’t only back, but is also on form.

Director Paolo Valenciano and associate director Nelsito Gomez weave a colorful and elaborate tapestry of a tale, spanning decades, generations, and cultures.

It tells the ever-relevant story of Filipinos working abroad to build better lives for their families at home.

Back on stage (and online), here’s all 12 of this year’s Virgin Labfest “Hinga” new roster of plays, ranked and reviewed.

It’s a fascinating premise: how politics need to be so calculated that winning or losing might hinge on how one shows up on the ballot–but this is only the pretense that brings Doc back to his dirt-poor beginnings.

“This musical, when in its form, gives you a glimpse of how today’s politicking has been going on for over a century, that the things today’s Filipinos are fighting for, and are dying for, are the same things our lauded national heroes have been fighting and dying for.”