REVIEW: ‘Carousel’ is a reinvigorating take on the Rodgers & Hammerstein classic

Toff de Venecia’s reimagined production of Carousel dares to explore why it should still be staged in 2022.

REVIEW: Queen is King in ‘We Will Rock You’

“If you weren’t a Queen fan before walking into the theater, you’ll come out one for sure.”

REVIEW: ‘Batang Rizal’ redefines heroism for a new generation

The show is a fresh, wide-eyed, optimistic take on what heroism can mean for today’s generation.

REVIEW: ‘Anak Datu’ Brings the Dark Side of Our History to Light

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

REVIEW: A Refined ‘Mula Sa Buwan’ Shines Anew

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

REVIEW: ‘Joseph the Dreamer’ paints a tapestry through dreams and dance

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

REVIEW: ‘Bayan Bayanan: Letters from Home’ views grim realities with rose-colored glasses

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