After the raging success of the still-ongoing (on extended run) “Rak of Aegis”, the Philippine Educational Theater Association (Peta) presents a fresh and exciting new production that brings together an unusual encounter of Balagtas’ language with contemporary Filipino slangs like Bekimon and Jologs.
Forever 81By Gilda Cordero-Fernando
I AM IN rest and recreation mode, and free to draw anything I fancy. It turned out to be a GRAPHIC NOVEL WITHOUT A PLOT AND WITHOUT A POINT.
By Rody Vera
The first time former Tanghalang Pilipino artistic director Herbie Go and I talked about doing “something that we really, really want to do” was just after a Tokyo-held Asian theater collaboration we both participated in (with director Jose Estrella).
By Fran Katigbak
As it celebrates its 10th year, the Virgin Labfest should perhaps rethink defining itself as just a festival of untried, untested, unpublished and unstaged plays. It is all that—but, more importantly, the Labfest has become an oasis for the Filipino playwright, whether fledgling or not.
On its 39th year, Dulaang UP’s lineup of plays has the work of contemporary theater living legends Tony Mabesa, Floy Quintos and Rody Vera.