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“Constellation’s script is a powerhouse in itself, and Red Turnip just happens to have the sets and talent to not only back that up, but elevate it completely.”

What if cartoon characters from your childhood grew up to be troubled teens?

Three women discuss what they want to read for their little book club and one suggests 50 Shades of Grey. The music begins on the first song, “Open Your Book” and for over 69 minutes (seriously), we’re treated to an unrelenting barrage of hilarity.

“Playwrights Mixkaela Villalon and Rody Vera built a layered, complicated world inside the Stormdome. Made into reality by production designer Gino Gonzales, we peek into an absorbing society with bylaws, technology, and mythology worth exploring.”

“The immediate and resounding standing ovation at the end of the performance was a testament to the hard work that the creative team has put in to polish this production.”

TFM Review: Maniacal by Nikki Francisco

“Egg Theater Company’s Maniacal is, more than anything else, a revelation. Literally. It allows theater fans a peek behind the curtain– an insightful, albeit exaggerated, peek into its players and how, after everything, the show manages to go on.”

“It is the type of production that makes a lasting impact on the audience’s psyche, a hidden gem of a theatrical masterpiece.”

“Edna Vida Froilan’s choreography absolutely shines in this production, evidenced by the contrast in Pan’s and Hook’s movements. Ballet Philippines’ principal dancer, Jean Marc Cordero, plays Peter Pan, and he moves with such unbridled enthusiasm and joy, expressed through his muscular and strong dancing.”