By Vincen Gregory Yu
There is much to praise in Red Turnip Theater’s “Rabbit Hole”—one of the trifecta of “beautifully depressing,” emotionally searing shows playing in Manila this month, the other two being the exquisitely mounted productions of Han Ong’s “Middle Finger” (by Tanghalang Ateneo) and Jason Robert Brown’s “The Last Five Years” (by 9 Works Theatrical).
By Pablo A. Tariman
OJ Mariano is one of the fastest success stories in contemporary local theater. But that’s getting ahead of the story.
MIDDLE Finger,” Han Ong’s acclaimed adaptation of Frank Wedekind’s controversial coming-of-age classic drama “Spring Awakening,” is translated into Filipino by Ronan B. Capinding and presented by Tanghalang Ateneo under Ed Lacson Jr.’s direction. Venue is Ateneo's Fine Arts Black Box Theater
By Jill Tan Radovan
So what are you doing on Saturday night?
By Cora Llamas
In his speech during the Philstage Gawad Buhay 2013 Awards held last week at the Cultural Center of the Philippines (CCP), Chris Millado, the artistic director of that institution, hailed the event as more of a “celebration” and “not a competition.”