Playwright Rayna Jarabo and director Roeder Camanag stage a shallow telling of a man who discovers he has HIV.
This John Mark Yap-directed production of Floy Quintos’s play is an uneven exploration into male sexuality.
From courtship to splintering, Quintos’ work is as familiar as the former lover you still yearn for.
He’s not The Dresser, but Teroy Guzman gives an indelible performance in this Loy Arcenas-directed production.
“Baka Naman Hindi”, based on Georges Feydeau’s “A Flea in Her Ear”, is a century-old farce—with century-old sensibilities.
This rock opera ballet, a collaboration by National Artists Alice Reyes and Bien Lumbera, comes back to life to cap Ballet Philippine’s 49th season.
Uneven performances keep this Bobby Garcia-directed undertaking of Tony Kushner’s epic from truly soaring.
British humor, dysfunction, and discomfort take center stage in this witty comedy.