By Jonas Panerio
The famed Dancesport-Team Cebu City (DTCC) continued to bring honor and glory to Cebu as they hauled 17 gold medals, 12 silvers and a bronze medal in the 2013 Dancesport Council of the Philippines Mid-year Ranking and Competition last Saturday evening at the Philsports Arena in Pasig City.
Will the bird dancers of Lumad Basakanon get to compete in this year’s Aliwan Festival?
IT’S better to regulate rather than prohibit baile or benefit dances in Sta. Fe town, Bantayan Island in Cebu, a Provincial Board (PB) Member said yesterday.
ENVIRONMENTAL lawyer Antonio Oposa isn’t done going after noisy bailes or benefit dances in his hometown Sta. Fe in northern Cebu.
By Cris Evert B. Lato
She just closed her eyes the entire time, but not even her frail figure could stop the oldest Sinulog dancer and “heritage keeper” from attending the annual prayer-dance held on Jan. 21, a day after the Feast of the Holy Child Jesus in Cebu, at Casa Gorordo Museum on Lopez Jaena Street in Cebu City.
By Christine Emily L. Pantaleon
AT 2 a.m., people were still awake at the Cebu City Sports Complex.
By Doris C. Bongcac
Cebu City’s popular Lumad Basakanon dance contingent will do away with tattoo body paint and instead put on wings for Sunday’s grand parade. They aim to recapture the championship in the Free Interpretation category which they last tasted in 2008. Watch out for a “Malakas at Maganda” theme with gold costumes and birds [...]
By Erika Sauler
Wearing tights and pointe shoes, her hair tied neatly into a bun, 14-year-old Jessa Balote regularly goes to ballet lessons to train in the Russian Vaganova method.
By Ligaya Fernando-Amilbangsa
Modern-day Bongao, the capital of Tawi-Tawi province, has trappings of contemporary living: regular air transport, Internet access, cellular phones, television and various modes of sea and land transportation.
She wasn’t part of the show but her entrance brought the audience to its feet.
By Christine Godinez-Ortega
My students, who went on a literary journey in search of “lumad” lore, songs and dances, were told to experience what it’s like in the communities of indigenous peoples (IPs or lumad) and to take home memories of our recent visit to three of Mindanao’s IPs.
Authorities in Muslim-majority Malaysia have abruptly canceled a show by a Singapore ballet troupe amid concern that their costumes would be too revealing, a dance group said Thursday.
By Tarra Quismundo
Through dance, a group of young performers hopes to inspire others to protect the environment.