Literary Review

REP’s GOLDEN ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION 50 YEARS OF TELLING STORIES


Bea Acosta – Click the City Review

Gibbs Cadiz – PDI Review 1

Gibbs Cadiz – PDI Review 2

Heart2Heart Online Review 1

Heart2Heart Online Review 2

Heart2Heart Online Review 3

Heart2Heart Online Review 4

Heart2Heart Online Review 5

Heart2Heart Online Review 6

Heart2Heart Online Review 7

Heart2Heart Online Review 8

Broadway World Online Review

ABSCBN Online Review 1

ABSCBN Online Review 2

ANC Review 1

ANC Review 2

Interaksyon Review

Whatshappening.com Review 1

Whatshappening.com Review 2

Whatshappening.com Review 3

Whatshappening.com Review 4

Whatshappening.com Review 5

Whatshappening.com Review 6

Whatshappening.com Review 7

Whatshappening.com Review 8

Whatshappening.com Review 9

Whatshappening.com Review 10

Whatshappening.com Review 11

Whatshappening.com Review 12

Whatshappening.com Review 13

Whatshappening.com Review 14

Manila Times Review

Philippine Star Review 1

Philippine Star Review 2

Mars Callo – Your Happy Camper Review 1

Mars Callo – Your Happy Camper Review 2

IN THE NEXT ROOM OR THE VIBRATOR PLAY


Philippine Star Review 1

Philippine Star Review 2

Spot.PH Review 1

Spot.PH Review 2

Broadway World Review

Business World-Jessa Acosta Review 1

Business World-Jessa Acosta Review 2

Business World-Jessa Acosta Review 3

Business World-Rica De Jesus Review

Philippine Daily Inquirer-Dennis Marasigan Review

Interaksyon Review

REVIEWS ON AGNES OF GOD


People Asia

Primer

Manila Times

Gist.ph

Facebook/GistPH

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Interaksyon

Atin Ito News

Maharlika News

The Standard

Theater Fans Manila/Instagram

Theater Fans Manila/Instagram

Theater Fans Manila/Instagram

Facebook/TheaterFansMNL

Facebook/TheaterFansMNL

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Twitter/TheaterFansMNL

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PeopleAsia

Instagram/WhatsHappening

Instagram/WhatsHappening

Instagram/Ice Antonio

Instagram/Ice Antonio

Instagram/Trixie Dauz

Instagram/Jude Cartalaba

Instagram/Jude Cartalaba

Instagram/Jude Cartalaba

Instagram/Adae Ang

Instagram/Adae Ang

Instagram/Adae Ang

Instagram/Adae Ang

Instagram/Adae Ang

Instagram/Adae Ang

Instagram/Adae Ang

Instagram/Adae Ang

Instagram/Myrza Sison

Instagram/Jellicle

Instagram/Jessa Acosta

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Twitter/Jessa Acosta

Twitter/Jessa Acosta

Patches of Life

Facebook/Patches of Life

Instagram/Charming Lani

Instagram/Charming Lani

Facebook/MVNDO Magazine

Pinoy Screen and Stage

Philippine Star

Manila Bulletin

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ABS-CBN

Vivamanilena

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Teresa Mendoza

Instagram/TheaterFansManila

REVIEWS ON VANYA AND SONIA AND MASHA AND SPIKE


Lifestyle Inquirer

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Gist.ph

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Purple Plum Fairy

Facebook/Dolcecerise

The Standard

Gist

Manila Bulletin

REVIEWS ON A LITTLE PRINCESS


Culture Hit List: A Little Princess Grand Musical

A Little Princess

10 Must See Christmas Shows

A Little Princess Closes Rep’s 2016 season

Cast of A Little Princess performs on UKG

Primer.PH – Repertory Philippines A Little Princess

Whatshappening.com – Repertory Philippines A Little Princess

AsianParent.PH – Repertory Philippines A Little Princess

REP stages grand musical A Little Princess

15 Enjoyable Happenings in the Philippines

A Little Princess closes repertory’s successful season

50TH ANNIVERSARY PRESS LAUNCH, MANILA BULLETIN


50th anniversary

50TH ANNIVERSARY PRESS LAUNCH


http://lifestyle.mb.com.ph/2016/11/07/come-home-to-rep/

https://www.facebook.com/StarStudio.Magazine/photos/a.488542790497.297907.258321975497/10154463644630498/?type=3&theater

https://www.facebook.com/StarStudio.Magazine/photos/a.488542790497.297907.258321975497/10154463641015498/?type=3&theater

https://www.facebook.com/StarStudio.Magazine/photos/a.488542790497.297907.258321975497/10154463427750498/?type=3&theater

https://www.pressreader.com/philippines/the-philippine-star/20161107/282789241005479

http://ph.asiatatler.com/arts-culture/arts/welcome-home-to-repertory-philippines

https://www.instagram.com/p/BLqmJgSgbvQ/

https://www.instagram.com/p/BLqmSN9AwwI/

https://www.instagram.com/p/BLqmn8mA7zl/

http://adobomagazine.com/press-release/repertory-philippines-previews-its-50th-season-hair-beauty-and-beast-vibrator-play-and

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REVIEWS ON HANSEL & GRETEL


Hansel & Gretel

REVIEWS ON STEPPING OUT


Age defying feats in STEPPING OUT

Raymund Concepcion learns to tap-dance–at 52–for ‘Stepping Out, The Musical’

This Month On Stage

Repertory Philippines Stages Tap Dance Musical Stepping Out

This Week in Arts & Culture

Repertory Philippines Presents Stepping Out

Repertory Philippines presents its 79th final season play, a mini musical, STEPPING OUT

5 things to do this weekend: April 1-3

Bring a friend to the theater and get 50% off in Repertory Philippines’ “STEPPING OUT”

Stepping Out – The Musical

Repertory Philippines launches 79th season with comedy, drama, and musicals for young children

Check out Bituin Escalante, Joy Virata + more tap dancing fun at Stepping Out The Musical

Repertory Philippines Celebrates 49 Years of Exceptional Theater

“STEPPING OUT THE MUSICAL” AT REP!

Repertory Philippines presents it 79th final season play, a mini musical, STEPPING OUT

Raymund Concepcion learns to tap-dance–at 52–for ‘Stepping Out, The Musical’

Repertory Philippines presents it 79th final season play, a mini musical, Stepping Out.

REVIEWS ON ALMOST, MAINE

By Tim Lavin:


This is playing now at Repertory Philippines. It’s about my home town, Presque Isle, Maine (“Presque” meaning “Almost” in French). I went to grammar school with the playwright, John Cariani, and it’s all about our surroundings growing up.  Bar none, it’s excellent.  Went to see the Repertory play on Friday, they did a fantastic job. I saw it with John Cariani playing one of the main roles and it was every bit as good if not better. Very cool to see the two worlds collide on stage – my home town vs. the Philippines, where I have such deep roots. I met the cast afterward, it was a great evening.

http://lifestyle.inquirer.net/222578/repertory-philippines-valentine-offering

http://theaterfansmanila.com/reb-atadero-caisa-borromeo-top-bill-reps-almost-maine/

http://astig.ph/almost-maine-by-repertory-philippines/

http://rodmagaru.com/2016/02/19/stage-play-repertory-philippines-present-almost-maine-at-onstage-theater-greenbelt/

http://www.gmanetwork.com/news/story/556134/lifestyle/artandculture/almost-maine-is-almost-creepy

http://www.philstar.com/arts-and-culture/2016/02/22/1555395/repertory-philippines-presents-almost-maine

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tRjuRlvzbXw

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REVIEWS ON GAMES AFOOT, OPENING PRODUCTION OF REPERTORY’S 2016 SEASON, PLUS ANNOUNCEMENTS ON 2016 SEASON:


http://lifestyle.inquirer.net/222990/remembering-bibot-amador-the-lovable-terror

http://thestandard.com.ph/lifestyle/arts-life/196542/repertory-philippines-celebrates-49-years-of-exceptional-theater.html

games afoot

http://theaterfansmanila.com/repertory-philippines-launches-79th-season-with-comedy-drama-and-musicals-for-young-children/

lifeiskulayful

gmanetwork.com/

lifestyle.inquirer.net

swirlingovercoffee.com

elifestylemanila.com

http://orangemagazine.ph/2016/repertory-philippines-to-stage-mystery-and-intrigue-with-the-game-afoot/

.lifeiskulayful.com/2016/01/repertory-philippines-opens-2016-with.html

jellicleblog.com

female network

healthfrontiersandmore.com

swirlingovercoffee

millette.sisoncatch-games-afoot-at-onstage.html

.raindeocampo.com/2016/

guide/arts-and-culture/repertory-philippines-opens-2016-with-murder-mystery-emthe-games-afootem?ref=featured-guide

palaonederer.blogspot.com/2016/01/repertory-philippines-to-stage-mystery.html

/balikbayanmag.com/repertory-philippines-to-stage-mystery-and-intrigue-with-the-games-afoot/

.bworldonline.com/a-new-direction-for-repertory

epertory-philippines-set-to-attract-wider-audience-with-the-games-afoot/

repertory-philippines-launches-79th-season-with-comedy-drama-and-musicals-for-young-children/

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sherlock-holmes-ing-repertory.html

entertainment/performing-arts/64937/theater-review-the-games-afoot-repertory-philippines

epertorythe-games-afoot-a-comedy-mystery-launched-by-repertory-philippines/

the-games-afoot-stage-mystery-

http://www.mb.com.ph/whodunit/

http://www.mb.com.ph/this-week-in-arts-culture-40/

/theaterfansmanila.com/repertory-philippines-the-games-afoot-opens-tonight/

epertory-ph-stages-murder-mystery.html

mystery-play-sets-repertorys-79th-season-young-ones-young-hearts/

https://lifestyle.abs-cbn.com/articles/905/the-roundup-j-pop-and-k-pop-dominate-january/

the-games-afoot-opens-2016-in.html

http://www.jellicleblog.com/2016/01/rep-philippines-the-games-afoot-best-sherlock-story-winner/

http://www.manilatimes.net/the-stage-looks-bright-for-2016/239362/

http://www.weekender.bworldonline.com/2016/01/08/your-weekend-guide-january-8-2016/

theatrical-shows-to-see-manila-2016?page=2

http://thedailymanilena.blogspot.com/2016/01/repertory-philippines-launches-79th.html

repertory-philippines-launches-79th-season-with-comedy-drama-and-musicals-for-young-children/

http://orangemagazine.ph/2016/repertory-philippines-launches-79th-season/

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OTHER REVIEWS ON PAST PLAYS


http://www.broadwayworld.com/philippines/article/Reflection-A-Look-Back-at-Philippine-Theater-in-2015-20160105#

http://lifestyle.inquirer.net/203654/repertory-philippines-retells-snow-white

http://astig.ph/snow-white-and-the-seven-dwarfs-repertory-philippines-review/

http://www.wheninmanila.com/5-reasons-why-you-need-to-watch-pinocchio-by-repertory-philippines/

http://www.broadwayworld.com/philippines/article/Review-Roundup-RUN-FOR-YOUR-WIFE-By-Repertory-Philippines-20150423

http://www.pep.ph/guide/theater/12444/review-repertory-philippines39-alice-in-wonderland

http://www.broadwayworld.com/philippines/article/BWW-Reviews-NOISES-OFF-by-Repertory-Philippines-20140401#.UzrDYvldWHg

5/2/2015

First to Review


With 46 years of being a major player in the Philippine theatre industry under its belt, it’s easy to trust that Repertory Philippines will deliver quality theatre workshops that address different needs. Whether you’re a parent that wants your child to hone his or her talents or be more confident, whether you’re looking for a creative outlet, or whether you’re a professional performer in need of a way to sharpen your skills, Repertory Philippines’ theater workshops are sure to train well and ensure plenty of growth. Repertory Philippines has always been one of the premier breeding grounds for local artists who eventually led successful careers in the entertainment industry.

The workshops cost around P8000, are one month long, and usually end with a full production as the culminating event. There are foundations classes for children, teens and adults, as well as an advanced acting class for adults and a masters class. The teachers are multi-talented and versatile professional actors and actresses who carry plenty of experience in the theatre industry, be it through performing, directing or music directing. They are all passionate and care deeply about honing local talent and guiding their students well. The value for money is extremely high, as not only will you learn and grow a lot in terms of theater techniques, but also in terms of important values such as discipline, attentiveness, quick-wittedness, passion, and courage. You’re also sure to meet valuable new friends. Plus, the feeling of having set your foot on the stage and done your best is a unique and incomparable sense of accomplishment.

http://www.reviewstream.com/reviews/?p=141619

http://3xhcch.blogspot.com/2015/03/review-of-repertory-phils-4000-miles.html

http://www.broadwayworld.com/philippines/article/BWW-Reviews-BOEING-BOEING-by-Repertory-Philippines-20130206

http://icemagehigh.blogspot.com/2014/11/theater-review-scrooge-by-repertory.html

http://www.slvrdlphn.com/bww-reviews-august-osage-county-repertory-philippines/

http://mommywrites.blogspot.com/2014/03/theater-review-repertory-philippines.html

http://www.swirlingovercoffee.com/repertory-philippines-adapts-secret-garden-for-a-new-generation/

http://www.vintersections.com/2011/02/repertory-philippines-joy-luck-club.html

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http://www.joriben.com/2011/06/first-look-repertory-philippines-and.html

http://reviewsbyp.blogspot.com/2005/11/man-of-la-mancha-repertory-philippines.html

We got to catch the last show (April 22 8PM) of Repertory Philippines’ Jekyll and Hyde, with Michael Williams playing the titular role.

Image from Repertory Philippines

The Broadway recording of Jekyll and Hyde (1997) is probably my favorite 20th century musical recording along with Les Miserables. Its anthems are timeless — “This is the Moment”, “Take Me as I am,” “In His Eyes”, and the tearjerker “Someone Like You” — as are its chorus songs — “Facade” and “Murder, Murder”. So it was a surprise for me to learn that despite a long run on Broadway, it did not have rave reviews, especially not toward the end when David Hasselhoff apparently could not pull off the character.

While watching, I realized that the music may not have translated well to a theatrical performance — not as well as, say, to a concert — and that’s why some chorus songs seemed to last too long. But I think the chorus members were superb singers, and I think the stage design helped make their songs more engaging than it would have been otherwise.

The stage is set like a Victorian operating theatre, according to the notes of director Menchu Lauchengco-Yulo, with the main action happening on what would have been the surgery area. I didn’t realize it was an operating viewing gallery till after watching the musical — I’d thought it was just a modified arena theater. In either case I thought it was an excellent choice of set design. On the one hand, Dr. Jekyll was a doctor, with other people watching his every move. It was kind of intimidating when the disembodied chorus, standing on the galleries, moved ever so slightly to Dr. Jekyll’s words and actions. On the other, it echoes the theme of human actions and character being governed by the opinions of society on him or her. Society, after all, is watching our every move, and they may well be the only ones who keep our (Freudian) id in check.
I loved the cast, too. Cris Villongco was lovely as Emma Carew, and though her singing voice was quite restrained, it might have been a good decision. It also served to distinguish Emma from Lucy Harris, and after all, a too-powerful soprano might not blend well with a belting alto in “In His Eyes.” Kalila Aguiluz was such a stunning Lucy — electrifying in “Dangerous Game” and heartrendingly empathetic in “Someone Like You”. I quite liked the character of loyal John Utterson, too, portrayed by Junix Inocian

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