By Marlon S. Nombrado
“Cock,” Red Turnip Theater’s production of the Olivier Award-winning play by Mike Bartlett, is back on stage on Oct. 3-5, six months after its successful first run. And director Rem Zamora couldn’t be happier that his first “baby” is making a reappearance.
After making a splash during its Manila premiere last February, Red Turnip Theater is bringing back the Olivier Award-winning play “Cock” for a limited one weekend re-run this October.
By Vincen Gregory Yu
While ABS-CBN assembled its bevy of celebrities for its annual, highly publicized dress-and-glam-up festival known as the Star Magic Ball, the palatial Tanghalang Nicanor Abelardo of the Cultural Center of the Philippines (CCP) played host to an event of even grander and genuinely international scale.
By Irene Andrea C. Perez
Sheila Francisco’s upcoming first solo concert, “Once in a Lifetime,” has been a long-time dream of hers. For years, the seasoned theater actress has been keeping a journal where she jots down songs for a possible line-up, in case she gets to have her own show.
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.”