Tuesday, January 31, 2017

#TheaterPH - Eurydice, What Can You Do for Love?


What can you do for love? The question really is, what won’t you do for love?

Get ready to witness a different kind of love triangle between Eurydice, Orfeo and Eurydice’s father. We explore love, loss and the pleasures of pain and memory in this myth’s contemporary retelling that shows the young and very much in love Orpheus and Eurydice. 

Eurydice meets a man in her wedding, claiming that he has letters for her from her dead father. As she struggles to take hold of the letter from the man, she dies in the process and arrives in the Underworld to her father. As Orfeo tries to pursue her and descend to the Underworld, she must choose between ‘the love for her husband which she has already forgotten’ and her ‘father’s unconditional love.‘

Director Loy Arcenas touches on the underlying problem with falling in love – that one is always ahead of the other, and a familial devotion between a father and daughter. He asks, “Why is Eurydice so much more in love with her father?” Maybe it’s the father’s paternal tenderness pulling her in. He continues, “Maybe Eurydice wants someone to cocoon her and show her unselfish love [that transcends youth, beauty and infatuation]. Orfeo does not get this until the after life.”

“How can one possibly fall in love with another person? For us to fall in love, we have to find a way to give ourselves. How much of one’s self can you give to falling in love?” Director Loy Arcenas throws us hard hitting questions that take us into an emotional rollercoaster dealing with love, love lost and grief. We are also presented with the complexity of being in a relationship and the differences two people in love have to deal with, such as having different expressions or languages of love.

This depiction of Eurydice is arbitrary and unorthodox, and mirrors the realities of the human condition. Despite the sadness of the myth, a sense of wonder and hope envelopes deeper themes of death, love and loss. 

Tanghalang Pilipino’s Eurydice is not your typical love story. It is indeed a story about love – embracing not just romantic love but also the bond between a father and a daughter, family relationships, the complexity of marriage, and dealing with life & the afterlife.


Theme and Setting

Be enthralled with a lot of imagery – water currents as an elevator in which it rains to get to the Underworld, rocks that taunt and whisper, flowers that adorn the wedding setting, and most of all, a thrust stage – one that extends into the audience on three sides and is connected to the backstage area – to provide greater intimacy between performers and the audience. 

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The cast features Tanghalang Pilipino Actors Company’s Lhorvie Nuevo for the title role and Marco Viaña as Orfeo, with guest actors Audie Gemora and Juliene Mendoza alternating as the Father, and Alfritz Blanche as the Big Stone. 

The production staff includes Loy Arcenas, direction and set design; Tanghalang Pilipino Actors Company’s Antonette Go and Joshua Tayco, assistant direction; Barbie Tan – Tiongco, lighting design and technical direction; Teresa Barrozo, sound design; and James Reyes, costume design. 



Tanghalang Pilipino is on its milestone 30th theater season, and as we close this season, we are proud to offer, EURYDICE, a Filipino adaptation by Guelan Luarca of Sarah Ruhl’s play of the same title, based on the Greek myth of the love between Orpheus and Euridice. 

Eurydice will run at the CCP Tanghalang Aurelio Tolentino (CCP Little Theater) from February 17, 2017 until March 5, 2017, at the following times, Fridays at 8PM, Saturdays at 3PM and 8PM, and Sundays at 3PM. 

Tickets are at 1,500 and 1,000. Tickets for students are at a discounted price of 750 and 500. Subscriptions and group discounts are also available through Tanghalang Pilipino at 832.1125 locals 1620-21, 822.2920 (direct line) or through Ms. Lorelei Celestino at 0915.607.2275 or 0908.894.1384 

Tickets are available through TicketWorld at https://www.ticketworld.com.ph or 891.9999; and the CCP Box Office at 832.3704




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Saturday, January 28, 2017

#FoodPH - Wok2Go Finally Opens!

Wok2Go brings you the delights of fresh food cooked in the traditional method of a searing hot wok that captures the goodness of the finest ingredients together with the flavors of different authentic sauces. 

Eat good. Feel good.



Wok2Go takes fast-casual dining to a whole new level! Using only the freshest ingredients, they will whip up sumptuous meals for you in a jiffy! while waiting, you may watch their team of wok tossers transform your chosen ingredients into a mouth-watering delight right before your very eyes! 

To have an awesome experience, follow these 3 easy steps:

1. Choose your sauce!

You may choose any of the 8 featured sauces. Gochujang from Korea, Japanese Teriyaki, Hongkong-style Pepper, Thailand Green Curry, Indonesian Rujak, and Filipino favorites Adobo, Sinigang and Binagoongan.

2. Choose your fiber

Choose from white rice, red rice, rice noodles or mixed vegetables.

3. Choose your meat

Beef, chicken, pork, shrimp or squid. You can do combinations depending on your palate. Add-ons include fried shallots, fried garlic, roasted sesame seeds, chopped chillis, egg, tofu or extra vegetables. It's all up to you!


Watch my coverage of Wok2Go's opening day!




It's fresh, fast and fun! Eat good. Feel good.

Photo opp with Kim Garcia, Angie King and Marc Soong!


Grab your Wok2Go boxes now at the Second Floor of Venice Grand Canal Mall, McKinley Hill, Taguig City! 😉


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Friday, January 27, 2017

#SocialMedia - Cosmic: iACADEMY's 15th Year Anniversary Kick-Off

Cosmic: The iACADEMY 15th Anniversary Kick-off Celebration was the first for a series of events this year. The day was full of music, arts, games, films and a lot more which aims to to recognize the talents, achievements and contributions of iACADEMY’s students and graduates, who were referred to as Game Changers.



The event started with a message from Ms. Vanessa Tanco, iACADEMY President and CEO. It was followed by the unveiling of the anniversary logo which was designed by one of the students. Yolanda, Yapak, Ang Paglimot sa Pintura, Crimanimal, Tether, Remnants, Mind Trip, Last Autumn and Tao Po were shown on a big screen making it like a movie-at-the-park experience.

Everyone enjoyed performances from Filipino bands namely Oh, Flamingo!, Autotelic, Itchyworms, Jensen and The Flips and solo performance by Reese Lansangan.

Find out more on the #Vlog below:




Over all, the event was a success! Happy birthday iACADEMY and I am looking forward for more collaborations in the future! Cheers to more years of success.


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Thursday, January 26, 2017

#SocialMedia - Google Has A New Home In The Philippines! - EXCLUSIVE TOUR!

Google Philippines is supporting the growth of the country’s digital economy with a Google.org grant to DigiBayanihan, a nationwide digital literacy program that promotes digital inclusion among  Filipinos.



This was announced on Thursday when Google Philippines opened its new home, four years after it launched its first office in the country in 2013. The support from Google.org is expected to extend DigiBayanihan’s program to one million Filipinos in Visayas and Mindanao.

Google.org is the philanthropic arm of Google that supports and champions people and projects that arecombatting some of the biggest human challenges of the 21st century. “This step is part of our continuing effort to create a stronger, more inclusive digital economy in the Philippines. While Internet penetration has improved over the last five years, 2 out of 5 Filipinos are still missing out on the huge opportunities that come with being online. We want to empower them with digital know-how so that they can make the most of the Internet,” said Ken Lingan, Google Philippines country manager.



DTI Secretary Ramon Lopez, who was guest of honor at the launch, said, “With the population getting more connected and engaged every day, it is necessary for individuals, businesses, and communities to have the right skills to thrive in today’s modern economy. That’s why we welcome Google’s commitment to promote digital inclusion and empower every Filipino online, and in effect, drive the country’s economy forward.”

Google also highlighted the importance of developers in the digital economy of the country with the launch of the Launchpad Accelerator program in the Philippines. The program provides equity-free support to help start-ups scale into thriving companies.

Citing the recent Google-commissioned report by Temasek, Google said that the Philippines’ online market value is set to reach US$19 billion by 2025, making e-commerce a major economic driver in the next 10 years. “Our local developers and startups are instrumental in creating impactful businesses that are tackling tough local and global issues. We see the importance of their role in what will be a booming e-commerce in our country in the very near future because what they do has direct impact in people’s lives,” Ken said.

Innovative real-estate start-up Zipmatch, which uses 360° technology to differentiate its online portal, is the first Filipino participant in Google’s Launchpad Accelerator. Secretary Lopez recognized the program as a potential boost in the e-commerce industry, and encouraged micro, small, and medium enterprises (MSMEs) to take advantage of the digital space and digital training provided by Google and DTI agencies nationwide.

“SMEs still account for more than 90% of our enterprises, and Filipinos rely heavily on them for goods and services. I think it is just right for the SMEs to embrace digital integration now and make use of programs like what we provide working with tech companies like Google so they can take advantage of opportunities that go with going digital,” Sec Lopez added.

Giving you an exclusive tour of Google Philippines newest office! Find out in the video where it is located!




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#TheaterPH - Prelude to Macbeth

Artist Playground proudly presents the Asian premiere of James Chalmers’ “Prelude to Macbeth” as its third season opener starting February 23, 2017. 



Directed by Roeder Camanag, Artistic Director of Artist Playground, “Prelude to Macbeth” is an epic tale set in the middle ages. This one act play is the prequel to Shakespeare’s Macbeth of how he becomes Thane of Glamis and how he meets Lorna Stewart who becomes his wife – Lady Macbeth. The play is written in blank verse - the style fashionable with playwrights of Shakespeare’s era. 

“Prelude to Macbeth” was written by James Chalmers in 2009 and performed by his own drama company Shoreline at the Leverhulme Drama Festival and the Wilmslow Festival of One Act Plays. 

“Prelude to Macbeth” won the 2010 Seahorse Award for Best Stage Play at the Moondance Film Festival in America. At the Wilmslow Guild Drama Festival 2010, it received the Adjudicators Award for the most original piece of theatre. It was also awarded the trophies for highest directing mark and overall winner at the SCDA Caithness District festival of one act plays in Scotland in 2016.

The schedule of performances of “Prelude to Macbeth” are as follows: February 23 – 26, 2017. Thursday – Friday at 7 pm; Saturday and Sunday at 3 pm and 7 pm. Venue: 1701 The Little Room Upstairs, Landsdale Tower, Mother Ignacia Ave. corner Timog, QC.



Playing the role of Macbeth is Paul Jake Paule, an award winning director-actor who won as Best Director – “Happiness is a Pearl” (Broadway World Awards – 2016; Aliw Awards 2016); Best Featured Actor in a Play - “The Pillowman” (Aliw Awards 2016). As Macbeth, he is Duncan’s army chief of staff, an excellent soldier but battle weary and out of his depth at  a social level.

Mitoy Sta.Ana and Andre Tiangco shall alternately play the role of Duncan, the cunning and manipulative King of Scotland. 

Cath Go and Jernice Matunan shall alternately play the role of Lorna, an ambitious and angry lady with tons of sexual charm and aggression. She has been living on her wits since her parents’ death - sleeping with various Thanes. 

Gio Cabanlit and Jarden De Guzman shall alternately play the role of Callum, is the wise fool. A guard at Forres Castle - Duncan’s seat of power. 

For the 3 Spirits which is commonly called the Witches in Shakepeare’s play, Merdin Mojica and Tasha Guerrero shall alternately play the nasty role of Spirit 1, Kia Del Rosario plays the caring spirit 2 alternating with Princess Tuason. The peacemaker spirit 3 will be played by Jeremy Cabansag. 

The artistic team of Prelude to Macbeth is led by Roeder Camanag (Director); Jesse Lucas (Music Director), Reynoso Mercado (Production Designer), Pauline Martinez (Lighting designer), Merdin Mojica (Choreographer), Banaue Miclat-Janssen (Speech Consultant); Paul Jake Paule (Graphic/ Layout Designer); Jhay-ar Lagrimas (Photographer). 

The production team of Prelude to Macbeth is led by Kimberly Claire Somoza (Production Manager); Toots Tolentino (Publicist); Rowena Jarito (Stage Manager); Pauline Martinez (Assistant Stage Manager); Glenn Caspe (Technical Director) and Rey Mamuad (Stage Hand).

For tickets and inquiries, visit Artist Playground's Facebook Page or contact 0926 932 3179.

See you at the theater!


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Wednesday, January 18, 2017

#ArtsPH - When Art Meets Music!


The Manila Symphony Orchestra

 Center for Possibilities Foundation (CFP) will be staging a back-to-back event at the RCBC Plaza in Makati this coming January 28, 2017, Saturday! At 5:30 in the afternoon, the self-titled exhibit of 19-year-old Samantha Kaspar will open to the public. At 7:00 pm, the Manila Symphony Orchestra will take center stage. 

Mrs. Dolores Cheng of Center for Possibilities

Art Auction

“Samantha” will consist of around 40 artworks, some on fabric to be used as fashion accessories and others on canvas for wall hangings. 

Samantha while finishing one of her paintings.

“Samantha uses a wide variety of media for her work and we wanted to show the gamut of her abilities. She works primarily on piña silk using silk paints. She also uses acrylic paint on canvas sometimes,” explains Samantha’s mother, Mitzi. 

Spanish Lady by Samantha Kaspar

“She has a consistent style with a lot of edges and lines, her artworks can be very linear. She also has this certain way of giving shapes to her images which aren’t necessarily realistic but are more cartoonish,” describes Samantha’s father, Martin.

Samantha Kaspar welcoming the press.

While half-Swiss, Samantha always tries to tap into her Filipino roots, coming up with Filipino-themed artworks. She will be promoting some of that local culture when she heads to the Philippine Center in New York for the Fashion Arts Autism Benefit (FAAB) on April 7. 

Some of her artworks.

FAAB is meant to showcase the artistic talents of children with special needs. Samantha, diagnosed with Autism when she was one and a half years old, is one of eight artists chosen to present their paintings on piña silk to be translated into clothing by featured designers for the fashion show, Patis Tesoro and Anthony Legarda. Master weaver India Legaspi is credited for teaching the artists the technique of piña silk painting. 

Samantha's painting over piña silk 

Samantha hopes to fund her trip with the proceeds of her auction. 

Musical Concert

The Manila Symphony Orchestra’s “Soundtracks and Symphonies” will be conducted by Prof. Arturo Molina and annotated by Jeffrey Solares. Included in their repertoire is a John Williams tribute as well as pieces from greats such as Beethoven, Mozart, and Bach.


The concert is for the benefit of Special Education (SPED) Centers that have been the focus of the Center for Possibilities’ recent efforts. To act as a venue for learning of indigent persons with special needs, each SPED Center is operated by a teacher trained in the SPED division of Reach International School.

The Sagada SPED Center has been up and running and will be enhanced with a series of livelihood and vocational programs that will be teaching skills for income-generating activities. “Caring for special kids is very taxing because it’s usually just a one-income household so we also need to help the parents improve their finances,” explains CFP founder, Dolores Cheng.



In Norzagaray, what they have right now is just the building itself. A fence, a water tank, and a playground are still needed. “We are also in the process of doing our due diligence by determining the number of special children in all the barangays relevant to Norzagaray. Next will be an orientation for all the parents within the community. We are subsequently planning for the provision of testing, diagnosis, and analysis for the children with special needs,” Cheng adds. 



Enrolment in the SPED Centers is free so it helps alleviate the family’s cost of taking care of special children. If you would like to extend assistance, you may reach CFP at http://centerforpossibilities.asia/ or (02) 723-1242 / (0918) 888-1759.

Hope to see you there!


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Friday, January 13, 2017

#TheaterPH - Reasons Why You Shouldn't Miss #SaWakas2017


Sa Wakas is a critically acclaimed, homegrown musical based on the songs of one of the country’s most beloved rock bands, Sugarfree. Co-written by Andrei Nikolai Pamintuan and Mariane Abuan, with the music beautifully arranged by Ejay Yatco, Sa Wakas was one of the first to bring together the world of pop rock and theater in one groundbreaking musical.



After watching the first run last January 12, 2017, I was in awe and speechless for quite some time. It left me hanging due to a great body of work presented in a highly entertaining, artful and intelligent storytelling. I am giving you reasons why you shouldn't miss this one!



1. It's a re-run.

It's not actually the first run of this Pinoy rock musical. It was first staged April of 2013 which resulted to a great turnout and buzz among theater critics and enthusiasts. If you're asking why only now, the producer shared during the press launch that they have some difficulties with the scheduling of the actors and other important people who were part of the production; a good indication that the theater scene in the country is booming and very much alive.



2. Stellar performance from Caisa Borromeo, Justine Pena and Victor Robinson III

Seen Caisa and Vic performed in other theater productions where they also shine, but in Sa Wakas, they owned every moment! Here, you'll see a different Caisa who speaks Tagalog very well and with less accent. I used to see her play characters who speak English so fluently with a 'twang'. It's refreshing to watch her play the role of Lexi. Vic on the otherhand sounds very much like Ebe, the lead vocalist of defunct band Sugarfree, which made his performance more effective and pleasing. Notes were on point and lines were intensely delivered. Justine Pena is a revelation! I think it's my first time to watch her perform and she delivers an impressive one. Her innocent yet seductive look makes her perfect for the role of Gabbi. I hope I'll got a chance to watch the alternate cast Cara, Maronne and Pepe playing Lexi, Gabbi and Topper respectively.



3. Musical Direction of Ejay Yatco

Ejay Yatco is a genius! He never fails to amazed me. I watched other productions involving him as musical director but his attack in Sa Wakas is extraordinaire.  The way how he translates the music of Sugarfree was smoothly executed and climactic.



4. Set Design

It's not my first time to set foot to Power Mac Spotlight Theater but it's my first time to watch a show which setup the stage in the traditional way. For the past productions, the stage was put on the center of the theater. Having that experience, it's a refreshing one. The set design was inspired with a condo-style living as the characters reside in a city. I love how the set designer smartly used the space provided and how it transforms from one scene  to another. One of my favorite scene is when Topper and Gabbi were on the rooftop. Wait for that magical moment! Keyword is "6:30"! 



5. Relationship to Relation-Shit

This is another kabit story but presented in a beautiful and intelligent manner. It is in the storytelling that a usual story became a more interesting one. You'll be transported to different phases of the characters' life, understand where they are coming from and relate to the struggles of each. I think everyone at some point will establish a connection while immersing yourself in it. Other people might say "Wait! This is my life. This is my story."



Sa Wakas will run until February 5! See you at the theater. 


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Wednesday, January 4, 2017

#SocialMedia - FREE Masterclass with the Jesse Lucas!

Get a chance to have a free master class under the supervision of top-notch composer Jesse Lucas.



In film, his works have won awards from different award-giving bodies. In 2010, he was elevated to the FAMAS Hall of Fame for Best Music Scorer. He won the Best Music at the 2005 Screamfest International Film Festival in Los Angeles for the film Sigaw, 2005. His music for films have reaped awards such as Gawad Urian, Best Music Score for Babae sa Breakwater, 2004; four Young Critics Circle Awards for Best Sound and Aural Orchestration in Phone Sex, 2000, Sugatang Puso, 2001, Minsan May Isang Puso, 2002, and Anghel sa Lupa, 2004; Star Awards for Best Music Score for Filipinas, 2004; five Filipino Academy of Movie Arts and Sciences (FAMAS) Awards for Best Music Score for 9 Mornings, 2003, Filipinas, 2004, Mano Po 3, 2005, A Love Story, 2008, and Kasal, Kasali, Kasalo, 2007; Metro Manila Film Festival (MMFF) Award for Best Original Song for Babae, 1997; MMFF Best Music Score for Luksong Tinik, 1999; and Gawad Tanglaw for Batanes, 2008.

Jesse has made scores for some noted TV "teleserye" series such as Maging Sino Ka Man, 2006 and 2008; Kahit Isang Saglit 2008; Lovers In Paris, 2009; Magkaribal, 2010; Princess And I, 2012 and Bridges of Love, 2015.

His most recent TV work is the top-rating Magpahanggang Wakas and for film - the box-office hit The Unmarried Wife.

He won the 2016 ALIW AWARDS Best Musical Director for his work in the theatrical play Happiness is a Pearl.

TOPICS TO BE DISCUSSED:

Mindset for composing music for Film/TV
Walk-through the creative process of composing music from pre-production to post-production
Guidelines in composing effective music for the different FILM/TV genres
FILM vs TV scoring
Dealing with Directors
How to handle tight deadlines
Cultural sensibility applied to musical choices


DATE AND VENUE:

January 29, 2017 
1-4pm
1701 Little Rooms Upstairs 
Landsdale Tower 86 Mother Ignacia St. QC

COST: FREE

EXCLUSIVELY LIMITED to a max of selected 20 Participants

It is designed for music students/musicians who is interested in pursuing a career in FILM/TV scoring. Ideally, the participants must know some basics of:

1. MIDI/DAW/Virtual Instruments
2. Music Theory and Harmony
3. Arranging and Orchestrating Music (MIDI/Live Instruments)

To register online, visit FB page The Music of Jesse Lucas for the registration link. Or call/txt Kim 09759193179 for further details.

Get this once in a lifetime chance! :)



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#TheaterPH - Care Divas Returns To Stage!


Philippine Educational Theater Association’s (PETA) comedy musical Care Divas returns to open its 50th anniversary with a whopping 50 shows from February 3, 2017 until March 19, 2017 at The PETA Theater Center.



Care Divas a disarmingly funny and candid musical drama about 5 transgender Overseas Filipino Workers in Israel who work as care givers in the morning and transform into glamorous drag queen performers at night. While desperate to make ends meet, they also struggle to search for acceptance in a foreign land.




The musical dominated the 2011 Philstage Gawad Buhay! Awards, bagging seven trophies including Outstanding Stage Direction, Outstanding Musical Direction, Outstanding Musical Production and Outstanding Ensemble Performance for a Musical.



The play’s wickedly funny text, written by award-winning playwright Liza Magtoto, tells of the lives of the main characters: the kind and loving Chelsea, the often-sarcastic group leader Shai, the ditzy Thalia, the bubbly Kayla, and the ill-tempered Jonee.





Vincent de Jesus’ musical score leaves audiences humming tunes as it weaves through the narrative. Under the direction of Maribel Legarda, the creative team behind the show includes costume designer John Abul, lighting designer Jonjon Villareal, visual artist and set designer Leo Abaya, and contemporary dancer and choreographer Carlon Matobato.





Care Divas includes a powerhouse cast of theater actors: PETA artists Melvin Lee, Vince De Jesus, Ron Alfonso, Dudz Teraña, Eko Baquial, Jason Barcial, Buddy Caramat, Gio Gahol, Joan Bugcat, Eric Dela Cruz, Joseph Madriaga, and Gold Villar; plus guest artists Ophir Burton, Ricci Chan, Red Concepcion, Jef Flores, Paul Holme, Sherry Lara, Thou Reyes, Leo Rialp, and Myke Salomon.






Care Divas is showing from February 3, 2017 until March 19, 2017, (Tuesday-Sunday, 3:00p.m. and 8:00 p.m) at the PETA Theater Center. For inquiries and ticket reservations, contact PETA Marketing and Public Relations Office at Tel. No. 725-6244, petatheater@gmail.com or TicketWorld at 891-9999, www.ticketworld.com.ph. 

See you at the theater!


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