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A Comedy of Tenors

“It’s a screwball comedy, a farce, but Miguel Faustmann directs the material with a necessary precision that keeps the misunderstandings comedic, but never confusing.”

This is not the first time our country’s president is likened to a Shakespearean tyrant (nor will it be the last), but the Anton Juan and Ricardo Abad-directed “RD3RD” is …

Top 15 Theater Performances

TFM Editors Frida and Nikki share their pick of unforgettable performances in 2017. Which ones were your favorites?

“Lynn Ahrens and Mike Ockrent’s book is a straightforward depiction of its source material, and Robbie Guevara directs it with just as much clarity and family-friendly joy.”

The Nutcracker

“By far the most beguiling enchantment of all is a story well told with nary a word—a well-loved tale illustrated solely through classical dance and pantomime.”

Lukot-Lukot Bilog-Bilog

“It’s Tanghalang Pilipino to the rescue of Gen Zs and Millennials who need a teach-in on financial literacy.”

“It’s only fitting that PETA brings back Galileo’s story, and does so in their original home. Perhaps so we can be reminded that the knowledge we enjoy is a privilege hard-won by the great thinkers who came before us.”