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Photo coverage: Ballet Philippines’ Peter Pan by Erickson dela Cruz

“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.”

Return to the magical world of Neverland with Peter Pan, the Darling children: Wendy, John, and Michael, Captain Hook, Smee, Tinkerbell, Tiger Lily, the Lost Boys, and many more in Ballet Philippines’ (BP) re-staging of J.M. Barrie’s classic tale of the boy who would not grow up!

Return to Neverland with Ballet Philippines this Christmas! Experience anew Sir J.M. Barrie’s immortal story of the boy who would not grow up through stunning choreography by Edna Vida Froilan. With pixie dust from renowned aerialists Flying by Foy, see Peter Pan flying with the Darling children: Wendy, John, and Michael, and meet Captain Hook, …

Ballet Philippines performs Master Pieces in China on October 26, 29, and 31 Continuing its series of international tours, BP sets off once again to perform in China this October. The company will be at the Chongqing Guo Tai Art Center in Chongqing on October 26, the Jinrong Theater, Xiamen Little Egret Art Center in Xiamen …

Rediscover local musical treasures in a new ballet about the Filipino family. Ballet Philippines’ Sarong Banggi features new works by six exciting Filipino choreographers set to classic folk songs from around the country, arranged and orchestrated by Ryan Cayabyab, the country’s best-loved composer. Renowned fashion designer Rajo Laurel designs the costumes for this ballet. The …

“The show features choreography by Carissa Adea, Ronelson Yadao, Cyril Aran Fallar, Paul Alexander Morales, Nonoy Froilan, and Carlo Pacis. Each choreographer brings to the stage his unique impression of the Filipino family in a new contemporary ballet with the cast led by Jean Marc Cordero, Earl John Arisola, Rita Angela Winder, and Monica Amanda Gana.”