“have thy Will,” an original, all-Filipino production that re-imagines selected Shakespearean sonnets and the stories that they tell, will be […]
KOLAB is a burgeoning group of independent theater practitioners committed to the creation of performance pieces showcasing strong ensemble work […]

What is Shakespeare in Asia

The First University of the Philippines International Shakespeare Conference is a two-day conference on Shakespeare in Asia that engages several aspects of Shakespearean pedagogy, publication, translation, adaptation, and theatrical histories in various Asian locations. It features leading Shakespearean scholars from Taiwan, Japan, India, Korea, the United States, and the Philippines, and Filipino directors and playwrights who have produced and written adaptations of Shakespearean texts. The conference will be held on December 5&6, 2013 at the Pulungang Claro M. Recto, Bulwagang Rizal, UP Diliman, Quezon City.

Who is Shakespeare in Asia For

The event shall be open to academics, teachers, researchers, students, theater practitioners who have an expressed interest in Shakespeare and a curiosity about Asian Shakespeare.

Inihahandog ng Tanghalang Ateneo, sa kanyang ika-35 na tagdula ang EURIDICE ni SARAH RUHL. Isang produksyong palihan tampok ang mga miyembro ng Tanghalang […]
“Def.” stands for “definition”, best explaining the mix of programmed performances as transgressing norms and going beyond definitions of art […]
Let’s go to the GYM FOR THE HEART* as Sipat Lawin Ensemble’s Theater-in-a-backpack program offers “ACTOR’S GARAGE” and “DIRECTOR’S LABORATORY” […]
A Christmas Carol authored by famous English novelist Charles Dickens comes alive onstage on November 29 – December 8, 2013 […]
After “revisiting” the dreaded “holocaust,” in DER KAUFMANN, Tanghalang Pilipino “spreads” awareness on the dreaded disease, HIV-AIDS, through a UNICEF […]
In celebration of Andres Bonifacio’s sesquicentennial, Dulaang UP stages Teatro Porvenir, Ang Katangi-tanging Kasaysayan ni Andres Bonifacio, Macario Sakay at […]
It’s our last weekend at The PETA Theater Center. Hear the stories of the country’s premier storyteller in “Mga Kuwento […]