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Ekis Set D: The Facade of True Beauty

By JESSICA MAUREEN P. GAURANO THE HUMAN eyes can only see as far as layers of colorful makeup and high-end clothing. With this truth written in modern day society, people tend to forget that beauty is not defined with every dab of lipstick and expensive shoes; rather, it begins with …

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EKIS SET C: A Closer Look on Familial Ties

By KRIZIA MAICA B. MAGBITANG WITH THE resounding theme of probing into family relationships, Teatro Tomasino gives this main concept in Set C a twist as the characters in The Best Day and Higit Pa Dito plays around with the atmosphere and the audience throughout their entire act. The Best …

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Ekis Set B: Parameters of Patience

By CORHEINNE JOYCE B. COLENDRES PATIENCE IS a word that easily slips out of people’s lips. It is a virtue to those who wait, and a mantra to those who grasp at their final straw. It is beyond enduring every tick and tock of the clock. Teatro Tomasino’s second set …

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Ekis Set A: Two Tales on Choices

By ZYMON ARVINDALE R. DYKEE DECISIONS MEDITATE on every day in the landscape of exigency. When faced with a dilemma, one is required to arrive at a certain resolve. The arrival, however, at times violates the concepts of time and place. Regardless of the proportion of the endeavor, all decisions result …

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Patay na si Hesus: Rich in Culture, Rich in Life

By KRIZIA MAICA B. MAGBITANG IT IS time to rehash old wounds and point out the fresh, new ones in Victor Villanueva’s film, Patay na si Hesus. The title itself gives the impression of an atheist remark and even a support to Nietzche’s God is dead philosophy as Iyay (Jaclyn Jose) …

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Hamog: Beyond the Haze

By CORHEINNE JOYCE B. COLENDRES WHEN THE haze clears in a city, everything stays the same. There are the same high-rise buildings that are surrounded by traces of poverty, and the same densely-populated areas with their people either basking in their riches or wiping their tears with their rags. The fog …

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Birdshot: Of Baffling Bloody Battles

By ZYMON ARVINDALE R. DYKEE INNOCENCE IS oftentimes associated with something that is clean, untainted, or untouched. One can represent it through fresh white bed sheets, or by the skin of a newborn. Yet it is a universal truth that they are unable to remain spotless, such as when women, while …

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Sa Gabing Nanahimik ang mga Kuliglig: An Ode to Sinners

By CORHEINNE JOYCE B. COLENDRES THE SEAL of Confession is what binds the priest from the sins that a penitent confesses. No matter how grave or life-altering a sin is, the priests are obliged to not disclose the information that they hear inside the confessional. Yet unintentionally, the Seal serves …

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Bagahe: On Boarding with Bothersome Burdens

By ZYMON ARVINDALE R. DYKEE INSIDE THE comfort room of a plane in flight, a middle-aged woman quietly bears on the toilet her second child. Heavily panting while her gaze shifts between the sink and the toilet, she decides to regard the bloody infant as unwanted baggage. Zig Dulay’s award-winning …

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