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As we always say, ready your wallets!
2019 was a very busy year for theater-goers, and even for those just getting into the habit of watching back-to-back shows every weekend. The year's lineup may have left our wallets empty; but let's face it, we'd do it all over again,
Catch the iconic Filipino film like you've never seen it before.
After its groundbreaking run back in 2018 that wracked a whopping eight Philstage Gawad Buhay Awards, Himala: Isang Musikal returns this September with The Sandbox Collective! Ricky Lee and Vincent A. de Jesus' adaptation of the classic Pinoy film transforms the haunting
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
Don't miss this week's enticing events around the metro!
In this week's Preview Finder, spice up your life and check out all the exciting events you can attend around the metro!Satisfy your wanderlust at the Eight Travel Madness Expo at the SMX Convention Center from July 4 to July 7! The
Keep your fingers crossed!
When Lin-Manuel Miranda put together Hamilton: The American Musical in 2015, he probably didn't think it would be the theatrical success that it is today. But really, what's not to like? It's got rap and hip-hop, diverse casting, and an inspiring story
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
"Nakakaindak. Nakakaaliw. Nakakatindig balahibo."
One does not need to be a huge fan of the Eraserheads to acknowledge the fact that this Pinoy rock band’s iconic songs are practically synonymous to OPM itself. If you’ve lived long enough to witness the ‘90s, there’s no way the
Prepare for the sun to come out.
Mark your calendars because the sun will definitely come out this September! Resorts World Manila, together with Full House Theater Company, is bringing to Manila another beloved classic—the Tony Award-winning Broadway musical, Annie.Based on the popular comic strip, Little Orphan Annie by
We talk to Toff de Venecia about flying for the sake of the stage.
Toff de Venecia has always lived in the world of make-believe. From being a child actor to working with the Ateneo Blue Repertory and 9 Works Theatrical to co-founding the homegrown theater group The Sandbox Collective, Toff lives a big part of