By Celine Fabie
When I started performing, the first task taught to me by my director was the same advice given to me by a journalist when I had wanted to become a writer at a young age: Observe people. Sit in an outdoor coffee shop, commute with the masses, follow strangers around and eavesdrop everywhere. This helps you build different characters, whether in letters or onstage.
We asked the stars: Why should we celebrate Christmas this year after a string of disasters?
By Nestor Torre
GMA 7’s new kiddie talent tilt, “Anak Ko ’Yan,” is reminiscent of “I Know My Kid’s a Star,” a US TV reality challenge that focuses, not only on the juvenile performers it features, but also on their “momagers.”
DULCE (right) got nervous when she found out that Celeste Legaspi was watching last week’s performance of “Katy.” Celeste was the original Olivia, the character Dulce plays in the revival. “I saw Teteng (Celeste’s nickname) on her feet, clapping,” Dulce recalled. “I’ve always looked up to her. When I saw her at the lobby, I got emotional.” Celeste said she and Dulce share a special friendship. “We were both extremely overjoyed to share the role and the special song ‘Minsan ang Minahal ay Ako.’” Bayani San Diego Jr., Photo by Aaron Ching
“Tinig: The True-to-Life Story of Dulce,” the latest telesine produced by CBN Asia (Christian Broadcasting Network) aired on GMA Sunday Night Box Office, ranked second in its time slot, according to viewership figures from AGB Nielsen. Dulce’s reaction: “I’m so glad I decided to entrust my story to CBN Asia. We really communicated God’s hope [...]