Today’s your chance to seize the day! After mounting the critically and commercially successful holiday musical A Christmas Carol and American Idiot, Globe Live and 9Works Theatrical are calling for auditions for its next musical offering and Tony Awards winning play, Newsies.  “We’re still on a high...

Thousands flocked to the Cultural Center of the Philippines recently to check out the Pasinaya, CCP’s annual open house festival, which featured an array of diverse workshops and performances....

The Film Development Council of the Philippines recognized the creativity and global achievements of recent international film festival winners during the Film Ambassadors Night 2017 held...

The Film Development Council of the Philippines recognized the creativity and global achievements of recent international film festival winners during the Film Ambassadors Night 2017 held last January 31 at the FDCP Cinematheque Manila Open Grounds, T.M. Kalaw St., Ermita, Manila. Among those honored...

Composer Jesse Lucas gives a masterclass on the art of writing music for film/TV. Lucas is an award-winning and prolific composer who has written music for film, television, theater and...

The majority of films these days incorporate a huge quantity of 3D modelling and computer generated imagery. They give a film that extra edge of realism, whether it’s generating effects...

There’s nothing better than watching your favorite band performing live. After all, you get to soak up all the atmosphere and hear great songs up close. But trying to book tickets can often be a nightmare for fans. Especially if the band has recently gained popularity after a hit song. It can mean you get...

When you first get into music, it has the ability to drive you and make you feel part of something. You sit with headphones on, listening to an important album and wondering why not everybody...

Due to insistent public demand, the musical collaboration between the pop rock group AEGIS and the Philippine Philharmonic Orchestra under the baton of Maestro Herminigildo G. Ranera returns...

Today’s your chance to seize the day! After mounting the critically and commercially successful holiday musical A Christmas Carol and American Idiot, Globe Live and 9Works Theatrical are calling for auditions for its next musical offering and Tony Awards winning play, Newsies.  “We’re still on a high...

Due to insistent public demand, the musical collaboration between the pop rock group AEGIS and the Philippine Philharmonic Orchestra under the baton of Maestro Herminigildo G. Ranera returns...

Tanghalang Ateneo, the longest-running theater company of the Ateneo de Manila University’s Loyola Schools, continues its 38th season: De/Constructing Narratives with a production of the...

Designer Kaye Morales unveiled her newest street-wear collection, Identity, inspired by pop culture and touches of the designer’s multi-faceted personality. “It’s a tough world in this industry. I almost gave up, but I kept telling myself: I will never give up,” said Morales. “This show is for...

In the age of selfies and social media, appearances matter. It’s not just a question of looking good but also about feeling confident in ourselves as we go about our everyday lives. What...

Like many, you might have been inspired by the beautiful work of other photographers, and made it your ambition to break into the exciting and ever-changing world of fashion photography....

The name, said ex-hotelier and now café owner Marie Rada, was supposed to be “literal”. Coffees, she said, are placed on “mga puting tasa (white cups).” But even that notion changed over time; “it evolved even as the name stayed the same,” Marie said. And that “evolution” happened with the...

Boracay Island in Malay, Aklan has long been considered a tropical paradise. And rightly so, with its (start the clichés associated with being a tropical paradise) blue waters mirroring...

Remember the Valkyrie issue? When some transwomen complained because they were barred from the venue because they were supposedly “crossdressing”? And do you remember how the issue sort...

Butch. The one word to describe Suzuki Jimny. That was my first impression of it, that first time I saw a unit traversing the roads of Tagaytay, seemingly calling for attention as a somewhat masculine – albeit in a cute way – car a la Jeep Wrangler. That word returned to me when the unit to test arrived...

First thought to come to mind when I first saw the Suzuki Celerio 1.0 CVT (unit for testing delivered at Axis Residences in Mandaluyong City): This is one small car. And this, of course,...

The name, said ex-hotelier and now café owner Marie Rada, was supposed to be “literal”. Coffees, she said, are placed on “mga puting tasa (white cups).” But even that notion changed...

The path of an artist can be a very difficult one to walk. It takes some personal sacrifice to dedicate the time necessary to reach the levels of your art that you want to. Even then, even if you’re technically brilliant and hugely creative, no form of success is guaranteed. We’re not even talking about...

Canon launched the latest addition to its EOS M mirrorless interchangeable lens lineup of cameras, the new EOS M5. As a flagship model in the EOS M range, the EOS M5 has several firsts for...

Gadget accessory brand JUMPU announced that it has made available its products in the Philippines. JUMPU’s line-up is said to reflect the electric vibe of Osaka’s NipponbashiDenDen Town,...

Former Philippine Philharmonic Orchestra music director Olivier Ochanine conducts the PPO on February 17, 2017 at the Cultural Center of the Philippines’ Tanghalang Nicanor Abelardo (CCP Main Theater) at 8:00 pm. Program for the concert features P.I. Tchaikovsky’s “March Slave”, J. Haydn’s...

Composer Jesse Lucas gives a masterclass on the art of writing music for film/TV. Lucas is an award-winning and prolific composer who has written music for film, television, theater and...

The CCP and J&S Productions Inc. are co-presenting the Philippines’ first full-length opera,NOLI ME TANGERE, The Opera, marking its 60th anniversary with a limited six-performance...

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