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“It’s a credit to the company that they were able to move and emote so well that you can almost hear Shakespeare’s immortal words through the choreography. Paul Vasterling said audience members can expect a really clear telling of Shakespeare— and that is exactly what they have accomplished.”

The Normal Heart

TFM Review: The Normal Heart by Alphonzo Alegrado

“When it comes to repartee, The Normal Heart is bursting at the seams. Having said this, the show does have it’s fair share of sullen and somber moments. Larry Kramer’s script is brilliant, well-balanced, and would surely be a delight for any actor to perform.”

TFM Review: Dancing in One Voice by Pia de Ungria   It was complete. Whole. And just like the number, you can’t help but place it at the top. Dancing …

TFM Review: Chuva Choo Choo by Pia de Ungria This is, of course, from how the word is used: a substitute for anything that one can’t find an expression for. …

TFM Review: Hugot sa Rosas by Pia de Ungria Ballet Philippines dug deep within, far beyond the earth’s crust, past the mantle and we got boiling-hot emotions that steamed from …

TFM Review: South Pacific in Concert by Pia de Ungria And it wasn’t because we live in a tropical country. The curtain opens to the Manila Philharmonic Orchestra, dignified in …

In Noli at Fili Dekada Dos Mil (literally translated as Noli and Fili in the year 2000), playwright Nicanor Tiongson takes the essence of Rizal’s Noli Me Tangere and El …

Tag-ani Review

TFM Review: Tag-ani by Nikki Francisco The beginnings of love always feel like the first time. In the middle of a lovely park, one beautiful day, a man and a …