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A Tale of Two
Theater Titas

September 18, 2018
By Jojo G. Silvestre

They share the same name. Or almost. She is Chesie. He is Cheese. Beyond this “happy accident,” as Cheese puts it, they both love theater.

Theirs started as a teacher-student relationship. Chesie Galvez-Carino teaches Theater Arts at the University of Asia and the Pacific (UA&P) and Chesie Mendez was “one of my best students,” she says.

Macbeth from Three Perspectives

November 23, 2019
By Jojo G. Silvestre

If its run is not extended, this is your last weekend to watch Macbeth, presented by Theater Titas at the Power Mac Center in Ayala Malls Circuit. I do hope, though, that more theater and literature enthusiasts, especially Shakespeare fans, get to see it for all kinds of reasons, including its relevance to our country and how the body politic has emerged in the recent years. 

Theater Tita’s Macbeth: Sound and fury signifying everything

November 30, 2019
By Geraldine Orense Tan

From the moment I walked in the joint, I almost thought I was in the wrong place: Several black-clad actresses portraying witches were flitting, frolicking, and at times, frightening the audience. In fact, most of the cast were later revealed to be clad in black, in costumes by Jorge Lafradez, save for some effective accents / accessories on a few. This is not your mother’s Shakespeare.

Tartan Black & Blue: A Review of Theater Titas’ Macbeth

November 10, 2019
By Philip Cu-Unjieng

Macbeth is one the most well-known of Shakespeare’s plays; studied by rote at schools, translated and performed by almost every theater company all over the world. So naturally, any production of the play has to manage expectations and the audience’s preconceived notions of what the play should look like. It takes some theater courage then to stage the Scottish play, and pull surprises out of the proverbial hat (or in this case, crown).

WATCH: Shakespeare’s Macbeth defies expectations

December 1, 2019
By ANC Cityscape

Shakespeare’s chilling tale of political ambition “Macbeth” opened in Manila a few weeks ago. Here’s a look at how a theatrical company plan to entice Filipino audiences to watch their iteration of this timeless classic.

A Tale of Two
Theater Titas

September 18, 2018
By Jojo G. Silvestre

They share the same name. Or almost. She is Chesie. He is Cheese. Beyond this “happy accident,” as Cheese puts it, they both love theater.

Theirs started as a teacher-student relationship. Chesie Galvez-Carino teaches Theater Arts at the University of Asia and the Pacific (UA&P) and Chesie Mendez was “one of my best students,” she says.

Macbeth from Three Perspectives

November 23, 2019
By Jojo G. Silvestre

If its run is not extended, this is your last weekend to watch Macbeth, presented by Theater Titas at the Power Mac Center in Ayala Malls Circuit. I do hope, though, that more theater and literature enthusiasts, especially Shakespeare fans, get to see it for all kinds of reasons, including its relevance to our country and how the body politic has emerged in the recent years. 

Theater Tita’s Macbeth: Sound and fury signifying everything

November 30, 2019
By Geraldine Orense Tan

From the moment I walked in the joint, I almost thought I was in the wrong place: Several black-clad actresses portraying witches were flitting, frolicking, and at times, frightening the audience. In fact, most of the cast were later revealed to be clad in black, in costumes by Jorge Lafradez, save for some effective accents / accessories on a few. This is not your mother’s Shakespeare.

Tartan Black & Blue: A Review of Theater Titas’ Macbeth

November 10, 2019
By Philip Cu-Unjieng

Macbeth is one the most well-known of Shakespeare’s plays; studied by rote at schools, translated and performed by almost every theater company all over the world. So naturally, any production of the play has to manage expectations and the audience’s preconceived notions of what the play should look like. It takes some theater courage then to stage the Scottish play, and pull surprises out of the proverbial hat (or in this case, crown).

WATCH: Shakespeare’s Macbeth defies expectations

December 1, 2019
By ANC Cityscape

Shakespeare’s chilling tale of political ambition “Macbeth” opened in Manila a few weeks ago. Here’s a look at how a theatrical company plan to entice Filipino audiences to watch their iteration of this timeless classic.