Puppet play ‘Prinsipe Bahaghari’ is a magical story for kids—and adults who were once kids

The world’s beloved novella “The Little Prince” is adapted into Filipino with scenes and characters made more relatable to the local viewer

‘Twenty Questions’ probes the idea of intimacy through conversation

Juan Ekis’ iconic two-hander play explores themes of love, sex, and vulnerability. For its 20th anniversary, these timeless themes get a Gen Z approach

Handwritten notes and other small gestures that should be back in style

Here are some small, sweet, and totally free things you can do for others that’s a level up from common human decency

Get to know Escolta, its history, and its burgeoning creative community at this street party

Hola, Escolta! this Nov. 25 features tours, open studios, and a street party, all in service of reintroducing what was once the “Queen of Manila’s Streets”

3 hotpot restaurants for every kind of hotpot lover

There’s something for every occasion—from casual lunch to celebratory dinner

A Lino Brocka docu and other films you can watch for free at QCinema 2023

Catch “National Anarchist: Lino Brocka” and short films from Filipino and Southeast Asian filmmakers this month for free

“Here Lies Love” is dancing its last dance on Broadway

The first Broadway musical featuring an all-Filipino cast is playing its last performance on Nov. 26

Theater for the holidays: November-December shows to watch

The best Christmas gift you can give to a theater fan is a ticket to these shows

Neil Felipp’s minaudière creations tell galaxies of stories held in one hand

Neil Felipp’s designs have reached both Hollywood and red carpets all around the world, but everything he does is still for the Philippines

Patricia Evangelista tells stories as a record and ‘some sort of reckoning’

In conversation with the writer on her harrowing new book, the work of trauma journalism, and the question of whether some people need killing