A highlight among several bright spots at León Gallery’s Magnificent September Auction on Sept. 9 is the bidding out of National Artist Arturo Luz’s wooden sculpture “Obu,” which exemplifies his
A seminar-workshop designed to help Filipino teachers better understand the relevance of the historical background of Rizal’s “Noli Me Tangere” and “El Filibusterismo” will be conducted on April 26 to 28 at Telengtan Hall, University of Asia and the Pacific, on Pearl Drive, Ortigas Center, Pasig City.
In connection with the 120th death anniversary of Jose’ Rizal on Dec. 30, Ballet Philippines will present back-to-back productions of “Noli Me Tangere” and “El Filibusterismo” titled “Crisostomo Ibarra” and “Simoun.” The two works are full-length ballets and will be staged for only one weekend, Oct. 21-23, although not one after the other.
It is certainly a pleasant surprise to learn that Ricky Lee, one the country’s most honored and prolific screenwriters (a 2015 Gawad CCP Para sa Sining awardee) is writing
When she opened her family’s home on Ortigas Avenue near Greenhills for prebooked private dinners several years ago, Bambi Sy Gobio really just wanted to do one thing: cook.
The message was ominous, the tone ruthless, but the one speaking it left nothing ambiguous. To paraphrase in English: “Kill every last man who does not join us: Spanish, mestizo, Chinese, Filipino. Do not make any distinction. Cowardly fathers will only breed whining sons. The race must be made pure.”
Fresh from his critically-acclaimed performance as the sublime paralytic in “Ang Huling Lagda ni Apolinario Mabini,” Roeder Camañag shall once again reprise his role in Gantimapala Theater’s “El Filibusterismo”.
Theater, television and film director and actor Joel Lamangan is Gantimpala Theater’s new artistic director. He steps into the position after the passing of GT’s founding artistic director Tony Espejo last year.