By Vincen Gregory Yu
Three years ago, Philippine Educational Theater Association (Peta) put on a show that aimed to make Shakespeare more accessible to the Filipino youth by transplanting the Bard’s dated English to the hip language of rap. The play was “William,” and it was a gamble that handsomely paid off, in both the pedagogical and theatrical sense.
By Vic Altiche
Every year, the Philippine Educational Theater Association (Peta) brings together theater aspirants and stage performer hopefuls to take their first step into the theater world through the Workshop Weekends.
Bestsellers like Haruki Murakami’s “Norwegian Wood” have long inspired film, television and theater adaptations worldwide. But dance?
Social media has been abuzz lately about The Sandbox Collective’s most exciting (and curious) endeavor – “The Imaginarium”, a multi-arts festival of the absurd.
By Annelle Tayao-Juego
A boy locks himself in his bathroom for a year. Two sadomasochistic sisters plot to kill their employer. Five men hired to carry out a murder end up killing themselves.