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George de Jesus III


The Pillowman

“Each plot twist means more than what meets the eye, whether it is a point about the reality of mental illness, the effects of childhood trauma, or even the lethal effects of politics.”

Photography by Erickson dela Cruz

Schism

Appropriated from Moliere’s “Le Misanthrope Ou L’Atrabilaire Amoureux”, the play directed by Geroge de Jesus III, is a comedic satire that explores how hypocrisy and pretension can polarise and divide artists.

TFM Review: Maniacal by Nikki Francisco

“Egg Theater Company’s Maniacal is, more than anything else, a revelation. Literally. It allows theater fans a peek behind the curtain– an insightful, albeit exaggerated, peek into its players and how, after everything, the show manages to go on.”

“Adapted from Moliere’s Les Femmes Savantes, Maniacal transports the play’s seventeenth century bourgeoisie and setting to present day Manila and a group of theater and film artists grappling with the ‘pretentious intellectualism’ in creating art. Maniacal recreates Moliere’s commedia dell’arte characters to satirize the foibles and travails of artists who over-intellectualize their craft while trying to make a living.”

The De La Salle-College of Saint Benilde’s Technical Theater Program Batch 112 proudly presents
“PAGLAYANG MINAMAHAL” — a sarswela written and directed by Palanca winner George de Jesus III and music by Jeffrey Hernandez.

Inspired by the lyrics of Vehnee Saturno, Stages Production Specialist Inc. is unveiling a musical comedy poised to become this season’s theatrical hit. Saturno, a multi-awarded composer best known for creating popular hits such as Be My Lady (Martin Nievera), Sana Kahit Minsan and Simple Lang (Ariel Rivera), Isang Lahi (Regine Velasquez), Mr. Kupido (Rachel …