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TFM Review: La Cage Aux Folles by Pia de Ungria We start with a modestly-opened cage, and a promise of madness. We ended with the cage ajar, slightly melted (from …

TFM Review: 33 Variations by Nikki Francisco Beethoven made so much more out of Anton Diabelli’s waltz. Red Turnip Theater’s production of 33 Variations has elevated Moises Kaufman’s material much …

TFM Review: Florante at Laura by Frida Tan Staging a literary classic such as this is no easy feat. But what makes it 10 times harder are the hundreds of …

TFM Review: Ballet Manila’s Flight 1 and 2 by Pia de Ungria These were two flights anybody shouldn’t miss. There is no chance of rebooking, and missing it is missing …

TFM Review: Beauty and the Beast by Pia de Ungria Beauty and the Beast is perhaps one of the most familiar fairy tales, no thanks to Disney. In itself, it …

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“The show might have sought out to try and define what it means to be a millennial, but its greatest achievement is helping these young people in the audience feel less alone.”

Siddhartha the Musical

“SIDDHARTHA still has a ways to go, but the show’s talent, heart, and message are sure to make the journey worthwhile, and the final production truly brilliant.”

Magtanggol Liberacion!

“It had its appeal to the Filipino masses, definitely, but as a play that strove for social significance, it was found wanting.”