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By Ricky Lo
Updated Monday, March 27, 2017 - 12:00am
It wasn’t as “painful” as the rite of passage that young boys undergo during summer. In fact, it was “painless.”
By Baby A. Gil
Updated Monday, March 27, 2017 - 12:00am
It was a wonderful surprise. I mean opening the Sunday magazine of the New York Times and finding an article about Miss Saigon with quotes and reminiscences from the Filipino cast members among those prominently featured.
By Nathalie Tomada
Updated Monday, March 27, 2017 - 12:00am
Philippines’ Next Top Model: High Street is a battle of fresh faces and first-timers. This is what host Maggie Wilson and two of the judges promise viewers of the TV5-produced local version of America’s Next Top Model (ANTM).
By Danee Samonte
Updated Sunday, March 26, 2017 - 12:00am
In this age of cheat tracks, lip sync, plus one and the kind used by a big majority of the artists Al Mckay’s Earth, Wind & Fire (EWF) experience can say straight-faced that they still perform 100 percent live. When I met Al...
By Chuck Gomez
Updated Sunday, March 26, 2017 - 12:00am
Basil Valdez (photo) celebrates his 40th anniversary with a special one-night-only show titled Basil Valdez @ Solaire on April 29 at 8 p.m. at The Theatre in Solaire.
By Pablo A. Tariman
Updated Sunday, March 26, 2017 - 12:00am
After more than 50 theater credits at Repertory Philippines and a comeback role of Dr. Givings in Sarah Ruhl’s The Vibrator Play, which opened March 24, Joshua Spafford is excited to work on his first full-length film — an...
By Leah C. Salterio
Updated Sunday, March 26, 2017 - 12:00am
Tale as old as time is certainly trite and song as old as rhyme may be passé. Those are familiar phrases, but not totally apt to say about the recent live action remake of Disney’s favorite classic, Beauty and the Beast, directed...
By Edmund Silvestre
Updated Sunday, March 26, 2017 - 12:00am
It’s hard to imagine that a relative newcomer, who has no big-screen credentials under her belt, could instantly join the band of Philippine cinema’s A-Listers —from Judy Ann Santos and Claudine Barretto to Toni Gonzaga and Sarah...
  • Atom in Baguio on the set of Citizen Jake, the comeback film (after 17 years) of director Mike de Leon. — PHOTOS by CESAR HERNANDO
    The ‘baptism’ of Atom Araullo
  • Lea Salonga (left) and Rachelle Ann Go are two of the Filipino talents who have graced the Cameron Mackintosh musical.
    Lea and Rachelle Ann still reaping the fruits of Miss Saigon
  • Philippines’ Next Top Model: High Street host Maggie Wilson (second from left) with the reality TV show’s judges (from left) Raf Kiefer, president of the Professional Models Association of the Philippines; Kylie Verzosa, 2016 Miss International; and Rain Dagala, editor-in-chief of Meg Magazine.
    TV5 on the lookout for Philippines’ Next Top Model
  • Al Mckay’s Earth, Wind & Fire performs on March 27, 8 p.m., at the Newport Performing Arts Theater
    Earth, Wind & Fire Experience 100% live
  • 40 years with Basil Valdez
  • Joshua: From theater to filmmaking
    Joshua Spafford: The magic of theater & the lure of filmmaking
  • Twenty-six years after the well-loved animated film, the live action version still strongly appeals to kids and the kids at heart
    The remake mesmerizes
  • Yen Santos can’t quite believe her luck that she’s starring opposite Piolo Pascual in the film Northern Lights: A Journey to Love, which will premiere on March 29
    Yen ready for her close up

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It wasn’t as “painful” as the rite of passage that young boys undergo during summer. In fact, it was “painless.”

It was a wonderful surprise. I mean opening the Sunday magazine of the New York Times and finding an article about Miss Saigon with quotes and reminiscences from the Filipino cast members among those prominently featured.

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After more than 50 theater credits at Repertory Philippines and a comeback role of Dr. Givings in Sarah Ruhl’s The Vibrator Play, which opened March 24, Joshua Spafford is excited to work on his first full-length film — an adaptation of William Shakespeare’s Othello set in the Philippines circa 1890s.

Tale as old as time is certainly trite and song as old as rhyme may be passé. Those are familiar phrases, but not totally apt to say about the recent live action remake of Disney’s favorite classic, Beauty and the Beast, directed by Bill Condon (Dreamgirls and Breaking Dawn 1 and 2, the final two installments of the Twilight series).

It’s hard to imagine that a relative newcomer, who has no big-screen credentials under her belt, could instantly join the band of Philippine cinema’s A-Listers —from Judy Ann Santos and Claudine Barretto to Toni Gonzaga and Sarah Geronimo — who became leading ladies to eternal matinee idol Piolo Pascual.