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Miong, Tim Pavino

The Joy Virata-penned musical paints a broad, almost hollow portrait of Emilio Aguinaldo.

This new original from PETA is at its strongest as a lesson on federalism, and gives its audiences a new way to engage with the material.

With their second season offering, C.A.S.T. (Company of Actors in Streamlined Theater), has found their unique groove in staged readings.

Eto na! Musikal nAPO!

Written and directed by Robbie Guevara, this jukebox musical comes back even better than before!

Every Brilliant Thing

‘Immersive’ takes on a literal meaning in this Jenny Jamora-directed production of Duncan Macmillan and Jonny Donahoe’s interactive play.

Silent Sky

Last year’s stellar “Silent Sky” reruns for 2 weeks, just as vibrant and empowering as before.

Flashcard Tangle, Jef Flores

With this debut work as writer and director, Jef Flores has some decluttering to do.