Which production had the most wins? Who’s the most-honored actor, dancer, theater artist? Who has the longest winning streak?
Classical music fans were treated to a night of world-class talent with the Klassikal Music Foundation’s (KMF) “Songs from a Silver World: The Encore Performance” held recently at the Cultural Center of the Philippines. The concert was a rerun of the successful showcase held earlier this year.
As a Christmas treat, this production barely bursts with the excitement of holiday cheer. Even the final scene featuring Scrooge dressed up as Santa and spreading the love to the whole town wasn’t enough to stop the kids in front of us from prematurely rushing to the bathroom.
Dulaang UP’s latest offering, “Ang Huling Lagda ni Apolinario Mabini,” is a one-act reimagining of the titular national hero’s final days in exile in Guam and his conditional return to Manila, with book and lyrics by Floy Quintos and original music by Krina Cayabyab.
In the event Michael Williams decides to retire from acting, he can open a jazz club and take to the stage every night, seven days a week, singing Stephen Sondheim and Richard Rodgers, telling anecdotes from his colorful career, and engaging his male staff in flirtatious banter.