The Phantom of the Opera might have his Old World glamour. Miss Saigon might have her descending helicopter and her me-love-you-long-time exoticness. What Rent has is Karen Mok - scream, everyone - and an eclectic cast of characters whose trials and tribulations you will not easily forget.
"Yes! Primal desire - that's unchanging! Every man from Paris to China feels the same urgent stirring in his loins." That's the Marquis de Sade for you. Quills by Luna-id is an enjoyably unsettling piece of intellectual stimulation. You don't have to worry about protection for this one.
Fridae is proud to be a sponsor of the third annual Manila Pink Film Festival which kicks off on Friday at the Gateway Mall in Cubao. Organisers hope to highlight reproductive health concerns and confront homophobia, discrimination and unequal treatment of LGBTs.
Presented by Toy Factory on April 7-10 and 12-17, Porcelain is Singapore-born playwright Chay Yew's debut that attempts to bridge the gap between men who publicly claim they are straight and the gay men who know better.
Catch Spy and Ego, the dynamic and captivating double bill of contemporary dance by artistic directors Lim Chin Huat and Tan How Choon as they explore the themes of isolation, voyeurism, reality and fantasia.