Guide to Fringe Manila 2019

Here’s what you can expect from Fringe Manila 2019.

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This year is Fringe Manila’s 5th anniversary and from February 7 to March 3, Metro Manila’s open-access, multi-arts festival will offer a line-up that will display music, design, film, the performing and visuals arts that will regale your senses.

Below are some of the opening dates of Fringe Manila 2019’s featured events.

February 2


What: Every Brilliant Thing
Written by Lungs’ Duncan MacMillan and Johnny Donahoe, Every Brilliant Thing tells the story of a little girl who chronicles all the little things that make life brilliant. It’s an uplifting story of a young girl trying her best to keep it together, filled with laughter, tears, and introspection about the depth of living. Starring supermodel/actress Teresa Herrera in her much-awaited theater comeback and directed by Jenny Jamora, #EveryBrilliantMNL opens on Feb. 2 at the Maybank Performing Arts Theater, BGC
KAKKI TEODORO will star in the following shows: Feb 9 & 23, 2019 | Sat | 2:30pm. Ticket prices are P1000 – P1200
When: Feb 2 – Mar 24, 2019
Where: Zobel de Ayala Recital Hall, Maybank Performing Arts Theatre BGC

February 7


What: Fringe Manila 2019 Opening Night
Opening night of Fringe Manila 2019 this Thursday, Feb 7, 2019 on the rooftop of CINKO! Hosted by none other than the magical Daniel Darwin. DJs FLY LADY DI & Mr Dee Jae. Performances by The Art of Body Bending, Legato Visual Performing Arts, Lucinda Sky, JOYEN & the Addlib Divas. LIVE ART by Zapateria, INKANOR & HUMBLY!
When: February 7, 2019; 8pm
Where: Cinko PH, 5th Floor of Artina Suites Hotel, 2863 E Zobel, Makati, 1208 Metro Manila


What: Signos
Just as we enter the new lunar year, Pogs Samson delivers a glimpse into the 12 characters of the Chinese Zodiac as they would appear in today’s socio-political climate. These familiar creatures, steeped in tradition, suddenly take on new forms as they are thrust upon backdrops of chaos and destruction.
When: Feb 7 – 26, 2019
Where: Gig Gallery, 142 Legazpi Street, Legazpi Village, Makati


What: The Starving Artist Tour
The Starving Artist Tour is a food and street art walk around the bustling community that is Poblacion, Makati. Dee Jae is an artist that is just as passionate with art as he is with food.  His murals in BGC and Makati are known for its expressive strokes and eye-catching details.  As an artist and a foodie, his appreciation for great food is second to none. He’ll walk you along the nooks and crannies of Poblacion, sharing his art that has become a cultural stamp of the neighborhood while stopping along the way to grab good bites.
Want to take his art home with you but wondering how you’ll break down a wall just to get it? Worry not; participants of this tour will get an exclusive print of his artwork! Join this tour for P2500.
When: Feb 7, 21 & 28, 2019 (7pm)
Where: Kapwa Studio, 5059A P Burgos, Poblacion, Makati, 1210 Metro Manila

February 8


What: Prussian Blue
A photo exhibit showcasing Dar San Agustin’s recent Cyanotype works. Cyanotype is a photographic printing process that dates back from 1842, and was an instrumental for architects and engineers in producing blueprints. She creatively applies this process to make abstract photographs without the use or aid of a camera, and are easily identified with their distinct color that’s often described as “Prussian Blue”. While these photographs seemingly convey concrete thoughts and concepts, Dar prefers to leave their interpretation and meaning to the viewer’s discretion.
When: Feb 8 – 17, 2019
Where: Pineapple Lab, 6053 R Palma, Makati, 1210 Metro Manila


What: Tatu
Received his inspiration by learning about his ancestral roots and their sacred arts and practices. Nicanor Evangelista, Jr. documents dreams and visions through the Arts.
Dreams about ancestral warriors and folk tale creatures, combining cultural designs, and the ancient script Baybayin, he creates using sacred geometry mandalas full of symbolism.
Macro structures composed by shapes and symbols that connects us all.
When: Feb 8 – 10, 2019
Where: Pineapple Lab, 6053 R Palma, Makati, 1210 Metro Manila


What: Silent Sky
Lauren Gunderson’s critically-acclaimed play ‘SILENT SKY’ takes us on Henrietta Leavitt’s journey of breaking barriers and defying convention in pursuit of knowledge, and bears witness to all the things she had to give up—love, healthy, and even her own conflicting dreams—in order to understand the wondrous secrets of the cosmos. Tickets are P1000-P2000
When: Feb 8-10, 2019
Where: Carlos P. Romulo Auditorium, RCBC Plaza, Makati


What: Taipei or the High-Way
Norm Alconcel’s life took an unexpected detour in 2017 when, for 7 months, he was stuck in Taiwan on charges related to less than 1 joint’s worth of marijuana. He was on route to the Philippines, but didn’t make it. The didn’t stop him from making this unfortunate turn of events into the most epic adventure and story for the ages. Ticket is P300
When: February 8, 2019 (9pm)
Where: Concepto, 6234 Manalac, Makati, 1210 Metro Manila


What: Faces Phases
A show about how our stories and our memory of people change/evolve through time. A collection done, years in between, that shows where the artist was at the time when a specific piece was made. Like any other forms of art, such creations serve as a time capsule, something that only makes sense at a certain moment in an artist’s life. As much as their subjects, medium and style change, the way they feel the moment they look back to these old works remain the same. The portions of themselves that they leave behind in these works, make room for new pieces to bloom, another piece of themselves growing in its place. And as these old and new pieces exist and thrive at the same time, the artist creates versions of themselves, personal truths bound by the perception of what they were, what they can become and who they are now.” Art by Chino Carlo and poetry by Janroe Cabiles
When: February 8 – March 2, 2019
Where: Commune Café, 36 Polaris, Makati, Metro Manila


What: Mike Unson XVI: Electric Punchlines
Top Mike Unson XVI: Electric Punchlines
comic Mike Unson flicks the comedy switch to full power in his 16th Anniversary show, Electric Punchlines! With special guest, premier ventriloquist Ony Carcamo, stand-up comics Sergio Belarus, Herman Gacosta and Eric Salazar. With musical performances by Elise Masanga and Fiona. Hosted by Ginelle Petterson. From Comedy Mayhem, Struggling Artists Production and Fringe 2019. Ticket is P300
When: February 8, 2019 (8pm)
Where: Pineapple Lab, 6053 R Palma, Makati, 1210 Metro Manila


What: Old Manila Walks
Celebrating our city’s rich and diverse heritage of 1930’s modernist architecture. A weekend of curated tour experiences that explores the various Art Deco hot spots around the old city. Learn about the signature style of the Commonwealth-era, meet Deco nuts from near and far!
Email to sign up!
When: February 8-10, 2019


What: Charot!
A colloguial term meaning, “just kidding.” It underlines a pun. It downplays a scathing statement to jest. PETA’s “CHAROT!” presents Philippine current events for the freak show that it is, imagining the future and consequences of a new charter. This is our rehearsal for democracy, or the lack thereof… Charot! Tickets are P600 – P1500
When: February 8 – March 17, 2019
Where: PETA Theater Center, 5 Eymard Drive, Brgy. Kristong Hari, New Manila, Quezon City

February 10


What: Pineapple Jam
Come play, sway & sing-a-long as we celebrate with all the magical folks that make our Pineapple Jams so memorable (blurry – but memorable nonetheless.)
Email if you &/or your band would like to partake in the jam!

The Pineapple Jam is one of Pineapple Lab’s Neighborhood Nights, a Free-to-the-Public music event where we invite local artists, movers, shakers, thinkers and drinkers to get together for one evening and celebrate the diversity in our community.
When: February 10, 2019; 6pm
Where: MyTown Auckland, corner Harvard Makati, Manila


What: Komiket 2019
KOMIKET is the biggest KOMIKS and AFFORDABLE ART SALE! Support OVER 550 local creators, get the newest komiks releases, and buy all the stickers, postcards and prints your heart desires. Plus some surprise freebies and know who’ll win the 2019 Komiket Awards! #komiket2019
When: February 10, 2019; 11am-6pm
Where: Hole in the Wall, 4/F Century City Mall, Makati

February 14


What: Deus Sex Machina presents Happy Endings
Deus Sex Machina 20: Woke Hard, Play Hard
Bring out the lube and the placards! Deus Sex Machina is back with more live readings of comedic erotica for your listening pleasure. We’re setting our irreverent sights on advocacies and politics this time, so in the cannibalized words of a Cheeto, we’re gonna make wokeness sexy again!

Deus Sex Machina presents: Happy Endings

Ever watched an adult film and thought, “Hey. That script had potential”? Deus Sex Machina did. Watch us as we take intros to some of the hokiest naughty videos out there, write our own endings, and dramatically read it all for laughs in front of a live audience.
When: February 14, 2019
Where: Y Space at the Yuchengco Museum, RCBC Plaza, Corner Ayala Avenue and Senator Gil J. Puyat Avenue, Makati, 1200 Metro Manila [Deus Sex Machina presents Happy Endings]; Commune Café, 36 Polaris, Makati, Metro Manila [Deus Sex Machina 20: Woke Hard, Play Hard]

February 15


What: Pagriing: Isang Diyalogo
“Pagriing: Isang Diyalogo” is a performance by Jan Rey Escano that will explore human experiences and individual narratives reflected in literature written in the time of, or about the Martial Law era, and marries these with the artist’s personal narrative as a native of the North. The piece seeks to make distant political realities a more personal experience, and provides grounds to facilitate a dialogue between people from varying walks of life – each with their own experience of what “politics” is.
When: February 15-16, 2019
Where: Pineapple Lab, 6053 R Palma, Makati, 1210 Metro Manila


What: Two Left Feet
Two Left Feet is an absolute beginner’s basic dance class for people who cannot dance to save their lives. Conceptualized by Move Manila, the workshop aims to enable all participants to find joy and comfort in dancing in all types of social situations–from partying on the dance floor with your barkada, to gently swaying along with a (potential) significant other, Two Left Feet is the starting point to discovering your own personal groove. Ticket for individual slot is P800 and for couple slot, it’s P1500
When: February 15, 2019 (7:30pm)
Where: The PARC Foundation, 494 Lt. Artiaga, San Juan, 1500 Metro Manila

February 16


What: Ampalayin Ka
For its 4th anti-valentine presentation, Ampalaya Monologues presents Ampalayin Ka, a collection of monologues and spoken word poetry about love, bitterness, and the art of letting go. Ticket is P300
When: February 16, 2019; 7:30pm
Where: Focus Room, Green Sun, Chino Roces Ave. Ext., Makati City


What: Burlesque Discovery
Burlesque Discovery is Burlesque PH’s crash course on all things burlesque, as taught by Lucky Rapscallion. A balance between theory and practice, all classes are designed for you to basically have fun and love yourself. Bring out that goddess, that vixen, that alter ego and let her shine. Ticket is P300
When: February 16, 2019 (7pm)
Where: Pineapple Lab, 6053 R Palma, Makati, 1210 Metro Manila


What: DTF (Down to Fringe)
Get ready dummies! Crash Comedy PH is DTF! (Down to Fringe). See Metro Manila’s up and coming stand up comedians in our maiden Fringe Manila show. For mature audience only. Ticket is P250
When: February 16, 2019; 9pm
Where: Commune Café, 36 Polaris, Makati, Metro Manila


What: Lucinda’s Big Opening
Lucinda’s Playlist is an Autobiographical and experimental show that looks inside a Drag transformation process. Combining elements of Drag, Dance, Aerial Arts and Cabaret, Lucinda Sky (Brian Moreno) breaks the fourth wall and tells “Herstory” of love and self-discovery, and opens up discussion about recent affairs of the country and the world in this most ambitious one man/woman show Extravaganza.
When: February 16 – 17, 2019 (7pm)
Where: The PARC Foundation, 494 Lt. Artiaga, San Juan, 1500 Metro Manila


What: Move Your Dreams
Dianna David is TedxTalk Speaker & multi-disciplinary performing artist that performs with prop-manipulation, movement storytelling and motivational speaking about self-discovery and life transformation. She weaves inspiring monologues around moving performance pieces eventually inspiring the audience to manifest their own dreams by making moves together.
When: February 16, 2019; 8pm
Where: Alliance Francaise Manille, 209 Nicanor Garcia, Makati, Metro Manila


What: Pierrot Lumiere
MAM.manufaktur fur aktuelle musik & WARPED TYPE are coming to Manila this February for a multimedia sound performance entitled “Pierrot Lumiere” as part of FringeMNL 2019. Invited by the Goethe-Institut, their premiere Southeast Asia tour will take them to Jakarta, Malaysia, Vietnam and Myanmar.
When: February 16, 2019; 7pm
Where: Y Space at the Yuchengco Museum, RCBC Plaza, Corner Ayala Avenue and Senator Gil J. Puyat Avenue, Makati, 1200 Metro Manila

February 17


What: Third World
Third World is a solo dance project created by Fly Lady Di that explores the journey of a dancer grappling with her Filipino-Canadian identity through various video-game like worlds.  When street dance meets Filipino folk dance, what ensues is a high-impact experience that will make it difficult to sit still. Ticket is P250.
When: February 17, 2019; 8pm
Where: Pineapple Lab, 6053 R Palma, Makati, 1210 Metro Manila


What: Psychonaut Experiments
Psychonaut Experiments are a series of exercises that focus on diving into the soul, and spirit of human consciousness. Are you thinking right now? Are you aware of what you’re thinking? Where is it in your body? How do you react?

The exercises are lead by the projected council of celestial beings and facilitated and executed by Maloo aka Maylee Vera Todd. Each exercise (performance) covers a wide range of topics in the human condition: Movement, Sounds, Emotion, Social, just to name a few. The participant(s)/audience members have the option to voluntarily immerse themselves into these exercises.
When: February 17, 2019; 9pm
Where: Pineapple Lab, 6053 R Palma, Makati, 1210 Metro Manila

What: Tads Workshop
Josh Ongcol, a queer person of color, and Sophia Gamboa a Filipina born and raised, both first generation Canadians intersect to find what it means to come back. Join them as they bring their unique style of streetdance back home to the Philippines.
When: February 18-19, 2019; 9pm
Where: The Addlib Dance Studio, 2nd Floor, New Frontier Theater Arcade 7 Gen. Malvar Ave., The Araneta Center, Cubao, Quezon City, 1109 Metro Manila


What: Alive
Alive is a Solo Performance by PJ Rebullida. It is a theater of stories and poetry, a dance of people, places, and ideas. As the body tries to make sense of it all, Alive leaves room for surprises. Would you traverse this journey with PJ? Ticket is P300
When: February 18, 2019; 8pm
Where: Alliance Francaise de Maille, 209 Nicanor Garcia Makati

February 19


What: Ang Paghuhubad ni Maria
One society might conquer another one, but the identity of the conquered cannot be erased completely. Instead, their identities combine and produce a hybrid. This is a story of a girl who changed her fashion but retained her old self, a narrative about how different cultures can overlap, and as a result create a new kind of aesthetic. A solo art exhibit by Adam Red
When: February 19-26, 2019
Where: Pineapple Lab, 6053 R Palma, Makati, 1210 Metro Manila


What: Ma-heart-eh 3.0
One And A Half Men will be back for this year’s Fringe Manila, staging on its 3rd time “Ma-Heart-Eh” a very artsy, artsy, improv show that would make sure to tickle not just your funny bones, but your kilig bones as well. No date?

If you have no Valentines day plans, we’ll be your date! Perfect for the couples, singles, fling fling, thing thing, shingalingaling, broken-hearted, nagpaasa, pinaasa, kunwari-pinaasa-pero-assuming-lang-talaga-siya, hindi-crush-ng-crush-niya, friends, friends with benefits, friends-lang-talaga-kami promise, na-seenzone, atbp! Ticket is P300.
When: February 19, 2019; 9pm
Where: Y Space at the Yuchengco Museum, RCBC Plaza, Corner Ayala Avenue and Senator Gil J. Puyat Avenue, Makati, 1200 Metro Manila

February 20


What: Moments of Movement
As a multimedia artist, director, producer, editor, and cinematographer, Mark Valino is the full production package in one. He has over ten years’ experience in the television/broadcast industry, including eight years at CTV/Much Music. He documents and creates a story, while providing a platform to showcase his community’s artists. He has documented Toronto’s rich and vibrant music and dance scene for approximately twenty years through video and photos including his work with Manifesto Community Projects. Today, he can be found running his own production company and collecting precious moments with the world’s most passionate movers for his “Freestyle Video Dance Series” “Moments of Movement”. Driven by his love for music, dance, and art, Mark’s visual style is dynamic and intuitive and continues to evolve.
When: February 20, 2019; 7pm
Where: Annex House 5856 Alfonso St., Poblacion, Makati

February 21


What: Skip the Small Talk
New year, new you, new connections. The best conversations can often start with one good question. What if instead of wading into the ocean of deeper discussions, we just dive right into it?

Skip The Small Talk is a series of events based on a deck of cards (, containing fifty-two questions made to make you pause, think, and open up. We’re here to get right into the meat of it. Let’s talk about deep desires, fears, dreams, and all that makes us who we are.

The rules are simple: no talk of work, school, the news, or the weather. This is a place where you can make friends with people from different countries and cultures. Share ideas and perspectives instead of business cards and social media profiles. Entrance is P200.
When: February 21, 2019; 7:30pm
Where: Commune Café, 36 Polaris, Makati, Metro Manila

February 22


What: Will You Swear Your True Love?
An international collaboration between the Japanese Theater Group GUMBO and Fringe Manila on its 5th anniversary, actors and crew from Japan, the USA, Singapore, and the Philippines will recreate GUMBO’s San Diego Fringe Award-winning work. A comedy of crazy Japanese lovers influenced by their individual views on distorted love! Fairies lived in the Forest of Truth are children of Puck in Shakespeare’s “A Midsummer Night’s Dream”. And they are making loving couples using their father’s love potion.

But they used it so much, it has already run out. The potion is made from extract of True Love. So they find a man and woman to get lost in this forest and fall in love. However, fairies then reveal the hidden aspects of their hearts. The couple who now know each other’s true reflections, lead this world to unexpected turns. Ticket is P300.
When: Feb 22 (8pm), 23 (3pm & 8pm), 24 (3pm)
Where: Pineapple Lab, 6053 R Palma, Makati, 1210 Metro Manila

February 23


What: Opus Series
Airdance, in partnership with FRINGE and Green Sun, presents the second season of “Opus Series,” a platform for the emerging choreographers of the company. The second installment of the series will also premiere a piece by guest artists Byutii Balaga, as a culmination of the 2018 residency program started by former artistic director Rhosam Prudenciado Jr. Ticket is P300
When: February 23, 2019; 7pm
Where: Focus Room, Green Sun, Chino Roces ave. Ext. Makati


What: All About Playback Theatre
Playback theatre is so interesting and captivating that once you experience it, you want to share it with your immediate community.

In this workshop, we will share a space to explore the methods used in teaching playback theatre for beginners. We will also have lots of fun experiencing the madness and magic of creativity in doing spontaneous theatre.
When: Feb 23-25, 2019 (9am)
Where: Arete, Joseph and Gemma Tanbuntiong Studio, Ateneo de Manila University, Quezon City


What: Gayborhood Night QC x Venus Cup 2019
For the first time, Pineapple Lab’s “Gayborhood” arrives in the city of the stars, Queer City – Quezon City! In partnership with The Addlib and The Addlib Dance Studio, Gayborhood Q.C. will be part of Fringe Manila 2019. A celebration of the LGBTQ talent, it will be a night of fun, games, and showcase of talents from the community. The night opens with a viewing of RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars Season 4 Finale while drinks are served. Guests will kiki the night away with games and drinks. Then, the night climaxes with MissJoe Abuda’s Venus Cup 2019.

Now on its third edition, Venus Cup is a biennial dance competition like no other: celebrating the feminine side of dance and performance not usually scene in the main stream dance competitions everywhere. This year’s theme is “Queer City” where
contestants will interpret their vision of a futuristic society. Is it a toot or a boot, a top or bottom, a utopia or dystopia? Entrance is P300.
When: February 23, 2019; 8pm
Where: The Addlib Dance Studio, 2/F New Frontier Theater Arcade, Araneta Center, Cubao, Quezon City


What: Tusok Tusok
Focusing on tattoo for the last 4 years, and with a decade of experience in multidisciplinary art and design, Ilona Fiddy has explored themes of identity, isolation, and strength in community, of othering and perpetual occupation of liminal spaces. In her tattoo practice especially, she is protective of the indistinct borders between cultural appreciation and appropriation.
When: Feb 23 – 28, 2019
Where: Pineapple Lab


What: Lupah Sug
Lupah Sug translates to ‘land of the brave’ in Tausug, a language used by a major ethnic group hailing from Mindanao, the southernmost island of the Philippines. This half hour documentary narrates firsthand accounts of struggle for safe space and acceptance from a group of LGBTIQ people in the region. Their stories detail their experiences being LGBT and Bangsamoro, a heterogeneous ethno-linguistic group of Muslim persons from Southern Philippines who have long struggled for the right to self-determination. Their narratives reflect how only the brave are set to survive this plight.
When: February 23, 2019; 8pm
Where: Alliance Francaise Manille, 209 Nicanor Garcia, Makati, Metro Manila


What: Paglubad (Unravel)
Ligaya unwittingly unravels a wartime secret when filming her Ilonggo uncle’s past life in Mindanao, Philippines during the tumultuous 1970s. Could this be why her family resists her marrying a Mindanaoan Muslim?
When: February 23, 2019; 8pm
Where: Alliance Francaise Manille, 209 Nicanor Garcia, Makati, Metro Manila


What: Viva Voce on the Great White Way
Join VIVA VOCE as they take you on a journey – from the grandest show boat on the Mississippi to the busiest bazaar in Baghdad, and everywhere in between – all along the Great White Way. Let them serenade you with the greatest hits and hidden treasures from the Golden Age of Broadway. Tickets: Black: Php 1000, Red: Php 1300, Gold: Php 1700, Patron: Php 2500
When: February 23, 2019 (7:30pm)
Where: PowerMAC Center Spotlight Theater, Circuit Makati


What: Folio Fest
Everyone needs career advice sometimes. Folio Fest is an open house event where you can get just that! Bring your animation, illustration, character design or environmental design stuff and we’ll help you improve on them. Also happening are talks from industry professionals who can direct you how to start out. Ticket is P300
When: February 23, 2019; 9am
Where: TCA, Guerrero Compound, 123 Pioneer St.

February 24


What: K’Raze!
A new work discovering the K[orean]-Pop phenomenon within Filipinos. Leading K-Pop groups’ colorful style, doll-like features, and aesthetic requirements are just a few of the reasons why some of us are loving the genre.

Through the medium of dance, Raflesia Chiarra Bravo will not only embody this current craze, she will also try to break the aesthetic standards of the phenomenon to see if it will still capture the hearts of the Filipinos. Entrance is P500
When: Feb 24 (4pm; 8pm), Feb 25 (8pm)
Where: Yuchengco Museum, RCBC Plaza, Corner Ayala Avenue and Senator Gil J. Puyat Avenue, Makati, 1200 Metro Manila

February 26


What: Bodabil
Bodabil will explore the localization of Vaudeville in the Philippines and feature acts that highlight the heart of Filipino culture infused with the spirit of Vaudeville (with a sexy burlesque twist, of course!). Experience a variety show like no other. Bodabil is a night that’s sure to entertain, delight, and inspire. Early bird ticket price is P500, while regular ticket price is P750.
When: February 26, 2019; 9pm
Where: Pineapple Lab, 6053 R Palma, Makati, 1210 Metro Manila

February 28


SPIT has always been at the fringe of the Philippine Art and Theater scene since they began performing in 2002. They have since performed in all the continents except Africa, Australia and Antarctica. Unscripted, unrehearsed, fresh and unpredictable, they offer a night of long form improvisation based on audience suggestions. They mark another year at Fringe at the Yuchengco Museum!
When: February 28, 2019
Where: Yuchengco Museum, RCBC Plaza, Corner Ayala Avenue and Senator Gil J. Puyat Avenue, Makati


What: Story Nights Manila
Something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue. What brings you good luck in life? Story Nights Manila will give you the opportunity to tell your story in front of an audience of friends. An international ring of storytellers is very eager to listen to you! Join us!
When: February 28, 2019; 9pm
Where: Commune Café, 36 Polaris, Makati, Metro Manila


What: Shoemaking Live
Zapateria brings “Shoemaking Live” exhibition for the very first time featuring artist-in-residence Derick Hibaler, jeans designer and former fashion model turned artisan shoemaker.
When: February 28, 2019 (8:30am)
Where: Pineapple Lab, 6053 R Palma, Makati, 1210 Metro Manila

March 1


What: Pula
In the play Pula, a person steps out of history to relate to a modern audience the atrocities that would drive ordinary people like him/herself to actively revolting against an oppressive regime: a difficult choice, but one that they felt had to be done. Ticket is P250.
When: March 1-2, 2019 (12pm, 2:30pm, 4:30pm)
Where: PowerMAC Center Spotlight Theater, Circuit Makati

March 2


What: Yes or ‘Yes and!’
Crammers’ Collective (CraCo) is Manila’s only all-youth, all-male improv group. Always looking through a fresh-faced lens, CraCo handles its narratives with their unique perspective and boyish charm. With their number of performances, members and festival participations, they take it upon themselves to demonstrate being young in age, and not in experience. Entrance is P250.
When: March 2, 2019 (8pm)
Where: Yuchengco Museum, RCBC Plaza, Corner Ayala Avenue and Senator Gil J. Puyat Avenue, Makati


What: Practices on Country Building 02: A Show and Performance
When: March 2, 2019 (6pm)
Where: Cinko PH, 5th Floor of Artina Suites Hotel, 2863 E Zobel, Makati, 1208 Metro Manila

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