Living legend” of theater Natividad “Naty” Crame Rogers—who made famous the roles of Paula, the seduced spinster in Lamberto Avellana’s 1965 screen adaptation of Nick Joaquin’s play “A Portrait of
Nick Joaquin’s “A Portrait of the Artist as Filipino” is debuting as a movie at the 2017 Metro Manila Film Festival, titled “Ang Larawan: The Musical.” Rolando Tinio, another National
She’s very fond of young people. She seduced me.”
Your mantra for the week: “I am moving forward to greater success. I am unstoppable.” There are your quiet moments with God. In the silence, you feel your
When she retired from full-time teaching in 1984, eminent actress Naty Crame Rogers, already famous for her roles as Leonor Rivera, Rizal’s first love, and as Paula in the film version of Nick Joaquin’s “A Portrait of the Artist as Filipino,” established her Aming Tahanan/Sala Theater (also known as the Philippine Drama Group).
MIDDLE Finger,” Han Ong’s acclaimed adaptation of Frank Wedekind’s controversial coming-of-age classic drama “Spring Awakening,” is translated into Filipino by Ronan B. Capinding and presented by Tanghalang Ateneo under Ed Lacson Jr.’s direction. Venue is Ateneo's Fine Arts Black Box Theater
Paul Fleischman’s “Mind’s Eye” was one of the critically acclaimed plays presented during last December’s International Theater Festival at the Cultural Center of the Philippines (CCP). Even the normally acerbic F. Sionil José, National Artist for Literature, hailed it as “the triumph of the creative imagination over a grim reality.”