A classic—maybe personal—tragedy
A look into the history of the performance art, the highlights of the show and the future of ballet featuring local talent Ballet, to many, is a performance art reserved for a cultured few. It originated in the Italian Renaissance courts
REP Philippines’ The Quest For The Adarna is being marketed as a family must-watch. But it’s honestly so much more than that
REP’s second offering this season is The Dresser, starring Audie Gemora and Teroy Guzman. It’s brilliant—and that’s exactly why it isn’t for everyone
Based on the life of our first president, Miong shows a different side to Emilio Aguinaldo. Are we going to listen?
Pat Valera and William Manzano’s “Mula sa Buwan” is this month’s must-see musical
Junyee’s life as an installation artist was not the easiest climb. And as Balag at Angud proves, it’s a story we can all relate to
We know art is art because our textbooks, columnists or society bigshots tell us so. But who is to define what art is anyway?
The National Museum of Natural History recently opened and it’s getting a lot of hype. But are we ready for something of its caliber? And perhaps more importantly: Is it worth the visit?
Is there shame in foreigners teaching us what it’s like to support local art? Maybe not, but the pinoy pride definitely runs deep in these foreigners and we could learn a thing or two from them
If you need more reasons to relive the best parts of the decade