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The world’s most famous boy wizard, is set to make his debut on the London stage next year in a new play called ‘Harry Potter and the Cursed Child.’
This year, organizers ask architecture and design students: ask: can persons with disabilities, pregnant women, and the elderly roam freely here?
An ex-NPA, macho dancers, and a cranky professor are among the interesting characters you’ll encounter in this year’s theater fest.
The award-winning playwright on ‘Little Women,’ writing for an audience, and opening up one’s senses.
Relive the highs and the lows of this classic tale of a dreamer trying to make her way up the steep ladder towards fame, fortune, and success.
More than 30 years later since it was first staged, this political play endures and still resonates.
Its latest feature keeps history lessons for tech-savvy young visitors even more engaging.
Well-loved Mr. Pagsi is honored with a Lifetime Achievement Award for Theater from Philstage.
Read the complete list of winners here.
Compassion and other Buddhist teachings take the form of song and dance.
But NCCA official says it will take another Php270 million to complete restoration efforts of the run-down structure.
Once a grand performance venue for great Filipino artists, take a look at the forlorn state of the Metropolitan Theater facade now.
Let this top theater company’s seasoned theater coaches develop and polish your talents.
Special nominations are also up for the Fernando Zóbel Prizes for Visual Art and The Purita Kalaw-Ledesma Prize for Art Criticism.
Dumaguete artists and curators go beyond the usual exhibition venues to mount activities promoting art in the city.