WifiBody.ph slated at CCP on August 25
PPO youth concert at CCP
Philippine Opera Company’s Young Artists’ Series returns with ‘T’AINT OPERA!’
CCP presents ‘Pulso Filipinas: Filipino Dance Gala 2018 Synergy in Philippine Dance’
Ballet Manila presents ‘American Stars Gala’
CCP Met Opera in HD culminates fifth season with ‘Der Rosenkavalier’ on May 8
CCP outreach program brings performances to gov’t and public work places until June 2018
‘The Lion King’ to open in Manila on March 18, 2018
The United Stage: Why all aspiring performers should consider studying in America
‘Rak of Aegis’ returns to mark PETA’s 50th year
The Cultural Center of the Philippines and Philippine Women’s University School of Music present the SANDAANG KASILAG: CELEBRATING THE KING Inaugural Concert on...
The Philippine Philharmonic Orchestra, led by Maestro Herminigildo Ranera, serenaded the crowds in a sunset concert held at the Tanghalang Maria Makiling of...
This heritage brand eyes to ‘color the future’
UP Vargas Museum presents Tumba Tumba Children’s Museum of Philippine Art on 19 June
Call for nominations for ‘2018 Ateneo Art Awards: Fernando Zóbel Prizes for Visual Art’
Elmer Borlongan holds a retrospective of his works on paper at AAG
Vargas Museum hosts ‘Beyond Myself’ until March 17
From the get-go, you know Afi Africa mimics Poj Arnon’s “Bangkok Love Story” in...
Established in 1987, the Gawad Alternatibo annually cites the best efforts of Filipino filmmakers...
That everyone will age, and yet not everyone will have lived is what "Kung...
In Musmos na Sumibol sa Gubat ng Digma, Iar Lionel Arondaing attempts to tell...
In the Philippines, it isn’t always that we see films with stories revolving around...
From the get-go, you know Afi Africa mimics Poj Arnon’s “Bangkok Love Story” in “The Lookout”. Sadly, this isn’t a great copy.
That everyone will age, and yet not everyone will have lived is what "Kung Paano Hinihintay ang Dapithapon (Waiting for Sunset)" by...
Harsh look at ‘The Lookout’
30th Gawad Alternatibo awardees announced
Looking in, not just looking back, with ‘Kung Paano Hinihintay ang Dapithapon’
2018 Philippine Readers and Writers Festival slated on Aug. 10-12
Waxing poetic with ‘Musmos na Sumibol sa Gubat ng Digma’
Longing for more in Denise O’Hara’s ‘Mamang’
Restricted attempt to be fantastical with ‘Pan De Salawal’
Liway as pale Pinoy attempt at ‘Pan’s Labyrinth’
BuyBust as ‘FPJ as a female Bourne in 2018′
Cinemalaya’s ‘Visions of Asia’ presents international award-winning flicks