The original Pinay superhero marks her return to the Philippine stage with a production that combines theater and dance. “Ding, Ang Bato!,” presented by the Arts and Culture Cluster
The brains behind Tanghalang Pilipino’s award-winning “Mabining Mandirigma” are back with a new musical, “Aurelio Sedisyoso,” a so-called “rock sarswela” dramatizing the life of playwright Aurelio Tolentino during the
The same creative team that infused steampunk visual elements into Tanghalang Pilipino’s acclaimed “Mabining Mandirigma”—an original Filipino musical about Apolinario Mabini that grabbed 12 awards at the 2016
BEGINNING in New York in 1987, “Neofilipino” is a platform for Filipino choreographers to make dance the central force in collaborating with the other art forms. Dance artists aired experimental and provocative works that spoke of Philippine contemporary life through dance. This year’s “Take Off” premiers four original pieces by Raul Alcoseba, Jose Jay Cruz, Ma. Elena Laniog, Kris-Belle Paclibar-Mamangon and Ronelson Yadao, interpreted by the country’s leading performers: Candice and Carissa Adea, PJ Rebullida, Jed Amihan, Mia Cabalfin, and the UP Dance Company, among others.
The Gawad CCP Para sa Sining will award eleven individuals and two organizations for their outstanding achievements and contributions to Philippine arts and culture on September 17, 2015, 3:00pm at
The show’s revelatory punch is not confined to its radical casting of a female actor–the exceptional Delphine Buencamino–as Apolinario Mabini
Ballet Philippines’ “The Blue Moon Series,” a showcase of some of its most well-loved pieces featuring the choreography of such dance stalwarts as Alice Reyes, Agnes Locsin, Tony Fabella, Denisa Reyes, Bam Damian and Alden Lugnasin, among others, took the lead in the third-quarter citations of the 2014 Gawad Buhay!, the Philstage Awards for the Performing Arts, with collective 16 citations in the creative, performance and technical categories.