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Pro tip: Prepare your tissues.
Stop Kiss revolves around the blossoming love story between Sara and Callie, two strangers, turned friends, who are soon unable to deny their attraction towards each other. Set in a non-linear timeline, the narrative watches the two fall in love for the
It already sounds too good to miss!
You know a show's set to blow you away and reduce to you to child-like tears when all it takes is a five minute preview to give you goosebumps. That's exactly how the team of Dani Girl introduced its two-hour play, with
Here's why you shouldn't miss it.
Just a few days ago, social media rose up in indignant frenzy after news of a lesbian couple, who had been beaten up and robbed by a mob of men in London, circulated the interwebs. According to reports, the two women were
Is it time to tell a different story?
I’m 15 years old, engulfed in the dim lighting of a small room as I'm about to watch The Phantom of the Opera through a projector screen. It’s the movie version with the enchanting Emmy Rossum and Gerard Butler’s questionable nasal singing chops (as
Here's what we think about Teresa Herrera's gripping one-woman show.
Teresa Herrera stars in Every Brilliant Thing, an interactive one-woman show produced by The Sandbox Collective, which tackles the timely topic of mental health. Here, she starts off as a naïve wide-eyed, idyllic seven-year-old who’s dedicated on cheering her mother up from
It was an experience unlike any other.
Tanghalang Ateneo's Marisol is as compelling as it is disturbing. The titular character, Marisol, may well be having the worst week of her life. After being assaulted in a dark alley and losing sleep over loud, incorrigible neighbors, her guardian angel appears to
Are you ready for the re-staging of this classic?
This September, M Butterfly returns to the theater, making its much-awaited debut on the Philippine stage. Below, we list down five reasons why you shouldn't dare miss it!M. Butterfly was written by David Henry Hwang and premiered on Broadway in 1988. On
Cherie Gil gives life to the iconic fashion editor as she performs in a one-woman play. Plus! Check out who attended the gala show.
Full Gallop—a one-woman play starring Ms. Cherie Gil—brought to life the iconic fashion editor Diana Vreeland as it launched last week with a press preview and the gala show. It was witty, very entertaining, and enriching all at the same time with Cherie giving a