UP Playwright’s Theatre presents “The Female Heart”, a story of a family who lives in the slums and whose only way of living is collecting garbage from the Smokey Mountains.
You see, theater is like an arranged marriage.
We each have our own roles. The palettes provide color. The paintbrushes create the image. The hand guides the paintbrush. The water aids the process. But we? We are the tissue paper in this watercolor world. The ones that that clean the mess created by the paintbrushes. The ones who gulp in the excess water. […]
Reviewing for Kas 1 (Philippine history) over a cup of good coffee just a few hours before watching #MockingjayPart2 really does a lot to your brain. Add in the fact that you’ve been keeping a close eye on recent social issues, and there you go – the end result will be a perfect blend of over analysis and mind-blowing revelations.
Here’s a semi-review, leaning more on comparisons and implications and less on the film itself.
You know, with everything that’s been happening recently, I can’t help but wonder about what’s happening up there at the top of the economic chain with the political leaders. It’s like some Game of Thrones shit. I mean we know only 10% of what’s really going on. That’s all the media shows – just a […]
Warning: Maraming hugot
“Love is a trap. When it appears, we see only its light, not its shadows.” – Paulo Coelho : A study on Greek Literature