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The Female Heart

“The theme of the production is as powerful as it is relevant. The show tackles different economic, societal, and cultural issues that the urban poor face everyday –prostitution, domestic abuse, poverty, lack of health care, the plight of Filipino migrants, families’ over-dependence on working children — all tackled in depth through the eyes of this family.”

Giselle

Such a fitting tribute for our country’s most formidable ballet icon.

Godspell

“Dr. Anton Juan directs this local production, and it’s quite the experience.”

Happiness is a Pearl

“Storytelling through dance is made more impressive when you consider the size of The Little Room Upstairs, a single unit in a condo tower in QC.”

The Pillowman

“Each plot twist means more than what meets the eye, whether it is a point about the reality of mental illness, the effects of childhood trauma, or even the lethal effects of politics.”

Photography by Erickson dela Cruz

Ang Dressing Room

“Ang Dressing Room is a very clever art-imitates-life production that follows four actresses at the backstage of a staging of Anton Chekhov’s The Seagull.”

Kalantiaw

“Kalantiaw proves that a student production done well can rival any professional production any day.”

Les Miserables

“After years of waiting and ever-growing clamor from Filipino fans, the musical has finally landed on our shores with a splendid new production and a powerful cast.”