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“Prelude to Macbeth is an easy to comprehend, contemporary piece written in blank verse, or unrhymed poetry. It’s an attention-getter, and Mariella Munji Laurel as Lorna Stewart is a delight to watch. Her interaction with Callum is an attempt to allure…”

Sister Act

“Mason-Wygal—albeit too young for the role—gives a good go as Mother Superior, delivering genuinely affecting and grounded performances for her big ballads.”

Toruk

“The Pandora you witness is science, technology, nature, and art, in utter harmony. The multimedia element of the show is so well-crafted, that it almost doesn’t betray that its projections aren’t real at all.”

La Estrella

“In their solos and duets, Ezra and Ferrer once again proved that they deserve their places in the list of serious, classically trained tenors in the Philippines.”

“Under the precise hand of De Jesus, the well-paced production showcased the fine ensemble of actors and actresses as they slowly simmered and exploded in a volcano of emotions.”

Ang Pinakamakisig sa mga Nalunod sa Buong Daigdig

“For a student theater group, the FEU Theater Guild’s production of ‘Ang Pinakamakisig’ could rival one-act plays mounted by Filipino professional companies.”

Angry Christ

‘Angry Christ’ sets towering touchstone in Philippine theater.

The Angry Christ

“With the help of Dexter Santos’ direction, the transitions are fluid, and the storytelling clear as crystal.”