Tag Archives: art and culture

November 20, 2017

Review: Repertory Philippines’ Hair

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Repertory Philippines revisits a groundbreaking musical from the 1960s in a dazzling display of young talent. By Isabella Olivares In the late 1960s, a new musical by James Rado, Gerome Ragni and Galt MacDermot shook up New York City. It spoke about the hippie countercultural movement, racism, illegal drugs, spirituality and war, and it bravely Continue Reading


August 16, 2016

Sinulid, The Threads of Design: Weaving through the Philippine fashion scene

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Thinking back to final projects we were compelled to complete in college, we’ll all remember the feeling of wanting to get them done and over with, so that the weekend, summer and life post-graduation and sans deadlines could start as soon as possible. But not for the kids that graduated from the Fashion Design and Continue Reading