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Pauline Miranda

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On turning 30 and coming of age through ‘Tick, Tick… Boom!’

Jonathan Larson’s autobiographical musical speaks loudly to this generation of creatives

Got a few hours in Subic? Here are 3 spots to visit for different vibes

This thriving weekender’s beach town has a lot to offer, from specialty coffee to Neapolitan pizza by the bay

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‘Lungs’ and ‘Every Brilliant Thing’ create a safe space for important and intimate conversations

From being a fly on the wall to a potential co-actor, Sandbox Fest 2023’s twin-bill production gets its audience deeply involved

We asked San Juan locals for resto recommendations and they did not disappoint

You can enjoy the best of Vietnamese street food, customizable Mexican fare, and craft beer as early as 3 p.m. in this little city

On stage from July to Sept: provocative Filipino work, Broadway hits

Original Filipino work, exciting adaptations, and local stagings of Broadway hits are making their way to our theaters these coming months

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‘Unica Hijas’ and ‘Laro’ take us on a roller coaster through the spectrum of queer relationships

Barefoot Theatre Collaborative’s twin-bill production is a most fitting offering for Pride Month

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Nostalgia made me watch AHEB thrice this year. Here are other reasons you might want to see it

More a nostalgia trip for returning viewers, the post-pandemic iteration of AHEB opens up the magic of live theater to new audiences

Filipino translation of ‘Every Brilliant Thing’ is in the works

As we live amid the climate crisis, political turmoil, and the effects of a pandemic,…

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LGBTQIA+ stories take the stage this June with ‘Unica Hijas’ and ‘Laro’

The company that brought the hit musical “Mula sa Buwan” back to the stage is offering a twin-bill production for Pride Month

Theater productions to watch this May and June

Romance, nationalism, and fresh, new plays take the stage