Red Turnip’s staging of Cock is a breath of fresh air in theater. Not that every production should take a revisionist stance, but every now and then, we need something that takes risks; one that is willing to experiment – whether in form, content, or both.
The National Commission for the Celebration of the 5th Birth Centenary of St. Teresa of Avila proudly presents The Philippine Madrigal Singers in 50 and 500 happening this March 28, 2014 at CCP Main Theater.
The past few years have seen a unique survey of works by artists who have made important contributions to the history of Philippine Modernism. In this regard, Galleria Nicolas’ "Masters of Modernism" series of exhibitions has become a new reference point in examining one of the most productive and definitive periods of Philippine art.
Altro Mondo Arte Contemporanea in cooperation with the Asian Cultural Council Philippines is pleased to present Recent Works by Ofelia Gelvezon-Tequi at the Altro Mondo Arte Contemporanea (3rd Floor, Greenbelt 5, Ayala Center, Makati City).
Wall-art whiz Alfred Galvez takes a breather from his mural projects to mount his second one-man exhibit dubbed Kwento ng Diwata. The exhibit opens on March 13 at Ricco Renzo Gallery, located at 210 Nicanor Garcia St. (formerly Reposo), Bel-Air 2, Makati City.
It is not a secret that art elicits something in the domain of feelings and emotions. The Russian novelist, Leo Tolstoy (1828-1910) campaigned this very sensibility in his famed essay "What is Art?" For Tolstoy, other than expression, an artist's main role is to elicit emotions to spectators.
Coming off a hugely successful and critically acclaimed three-week run, Dulaang UP’s Ang Nawalang Kapatid stages additional shows on March 14, 15, and 16.
Though the modern world has now fully embraced yoga, meditation and even Bollywood dancing, far fewer know of Bharatanatyam, a traditional south Indian dance.
The Cultural Center of the Philippines announces that it shall be holding the CCP National Rondalla Workshop on April 8-12, 2014 (Tuesday to Saturday) from 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM at various venues of the Cultural Center of the Philippines.
What happens when a young gay man falls in love with a woman? That’s the central conceit behind Red Turnip Theater’s second offering, COCK by Mike Bartlett. A sold-out hit when it first premiered in London in 2009 and subsequently during its off-Broadway run a year later, COCK revolves around a gay couple whose rocky relationship derails when one of them sleeps (and falls in love) with a woman.