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Guelan Varela-Luarca’s stylized production of Malou Jacob’s play invites audiences to check their preconceived notions at the door.

Now on its third run, the musical adaptation of Lualhati Bautista’s 1983 novel is still  powerful and cathartic.

“Joseph the Dreamer” is an energetic journey through dreams and dance, silhouette and song, all elements coming together to tell an age-old tale of faith and redemption.

This Rody Vera-penned show presents a clear and unambiguous reality of HIV in the Philippines.

Last year’s Extra Virgin Labfest, “Unang Puga” in CDO, was a thrilling spin-off of the festival’s winning format, and deserves to become the new theater tradition.

Repertory Philippines opens its season with Stage Kiss, a play about blurring the lines between fantasy and reality in love and theater.

This season, CAST focuses on stories that show the inextricable role music plays in human connection.

Despite the company’s recent hurdles, Lisa Macuja Elizalde directs a grandiose, visually thrilling treat.