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‘Ang Pag-uusig’: TP remounts critically acclaimed play this Feb

Tanghalang Pilipino (TP) on its 36th season remounts one of its most critically acclaimed plays, "Ang Pag-uusig" - a Filipino translation by...

REVIEW: Batang Mujahideen by Malou Jacob

Here's our Review of Batang Mujahideen by playwright, Malou Jacob. Armed conflict in Mindanao: One of the...

Batang Mujahideen: TP's experimental peace play

Heralded for well-acted, finely-produced classical plays, Tanghalang Pilipino goes experimental in its upcoming production of Malou Jacob’s “Batang Mujahideen,” a play about...

Great Performances in Philippine Theatre: 2019

As the end of 2019 draws near, we at PalabasTayo have compiled a list of great performances for Philippine theatre in 2019....

Katsuri by Tanghalang Pilipino: A Review

One of the biggest challenges to adapting a literary piece that has occupied such a sacred place in the pantheon of western theatrical classics is doing so organically. The adaptation should be true to the original, and it cannot diminish the emotional resonance in the reframing of the story in another context in order for it to succeed. This is why there are very few successful adaptations of western literature reframed in a local, Filipino, context.

Tanghalang Pilipino stages Katsuri this October

After the soaring success of “Mabining Mandirigma,” Tanghalang Pilipino (TP) stages Katsuri, a timely drama about friendship and...