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Young Filipinos who are keen to participate in a three-month theatre performance scholarship program are invited to attend the open auditions for a new Filipino musical. » more
Lea Salonga delivered a gravity-defying act at the Adelaide Cabaret Festival, which marked her first performance in Australia. » more
The countdown begins to Lea Salonga’s performances in Adelaide this long weekend. » more
The Filipino terms 'Magic Mic' and 'adobo' are officially in the record books of contemporary Australian theatre thanks to the chutzpah of two playwrights who dared to stage a play about Filipino-Australians - warts, wobblies and all. » more
A strong contingent of Filipino-New Zealanders grace the latest season of Miss Saigon, the musical, in Auckland. » more
The garlicky smell of adobo launched a tug-o-war between my gut and brain. Cool, after odor-ama we found ourselves in the middle of a huge diorama. » more
How can you assess the merits of a theatrical performance when it is presented in a very unconventional way? Theatre director RC Reyes reviews Within & Without. » more
With beautifully-designed costumes that evoke the Philippines during the Spanish colonial era, upcoming Sydney play ‘Her Son, Jose Rizal’ is set to wow its audience this weekend, and bring national pride onstage, too. MICHELLE BALTAZAR writes. » more
A date with the Vibe team did not disappoint. MICHELLE BALTAZAR rates dinner and a night out to watch Wicked, the musical. » more
Every month, Australian Filipina will give you an update on a new Sydney play called Her Son, Jose Rizal. » more
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