An interview with This Is Our Youth director Topper Fabregas (Juice.ph)

It took me a lot longer to get this article out than I would have liked. Being sick/injured/incapacitated means that I'm not working at peak efficiency. I guess I'm not supposed to be working at all; I mean, isn't that what resting is supposed to mean? Not working? But I can't stand being unproductive and…Read more An interview with This Is Our Youth director Topper Fabregas (Juice.ph)

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articles on Juice: 33 Variations and The Crowdfunding Sessions

I'm surprised I can still manage to put out articles on Juice and the Manila Bulletin. I wrote about an upcoming play, 33 Variations┬áby The Red Turnip Theater, which is opening on the same day as No Filter. It's going to be a very different play but if it's anything like any normal Red Turnip…Read more articles on Juice: 33 Variations and The Crowdfunding Sessions

reviews for Jupiter Ascending, The Imitation Game, Time Stands Still, and Godot5

I've been a busy boy. I don't know if Juice is happy with my recent burst of productivity but considering all the shows that are coming up now on February and all the Oscar films that were delayed from showing outside of the US because they were hoping Oscar hype would help them sell their…Read more reviews for Jupiter Ascending, The Imitation Game, Time Stands Still, and Godot5

Livewires: Catch These Shows (Juice.ph)

By the end of 2014, I was suffering from information overload. I was in Europe for 55 days and I came home to The Imaginarium and caught as many shows as I could, some days I caught two or three shows, and I had to process all of these as quickly as I could and…Read more Livewires: Catch These Shows (Juice.ph)

Venus in Fur & Letters to the Future: what you should have seen and what you should see

I'm very proud of these two articles that came out in Juice this week, and for various reasons as well. I feel very fortunate to have been able to catch so many good theatrical shows and I was able to watch a friend's passion project come to life and to have seen my name on…Read more Venus in Fur & Letters to the Future: what you should have seen and what you should see

theatrical

Last night, I saw the Red Turnip Theater production of Cock. The Mark Bartlett written play is a really well-written four-man piece, a ninety-minute tour de force of rather crisp and witty dialogue and puts the full weight of the play on the shoulders of the actors. There's practically no set design, just a ring…Read more theatrical