Built at about the same time as the Cultural Center of the Philippines , the Folk Arts Theater (also known as Tanghalang ... More
Folk Arts Theater
Built at about the same time as the Cultural Center of the Philippines , the Folk Arts Theater (also known as Tanghalang Francisco Balagtas) was intended as a venue for popular forms of entertainment such as local folk dances and performances by visiting pop stars. The building is a semi-open auditorium without walls or air conditioning (presumably, the breeze blowing inland from nearby Manila Bay was expected to do the job), and was actively used in the 1980s and early 1990s. Having been superseded by the better-equipped Philippine International Convention Center (PICC), it has now entered into a comparatively fallow period.
The Mall of Asia is located in Pasay City situated right near Manila Bay. The Mall is the second largest
in the Philippines, and a full day of entertainment can be found within its grounds. The mall includes an ...
The Museum of International Folk Art features artists who represent traditions from Hispanic and Latino cultures. The Museum opened to
the public in 1953 and is now home to the world's largest collection of folk art! Over 130,000 artifacts ...
The CRT Teatro dell'Arte is an important theater research center and acting. A year long program of performances, including debates
and seminars on theater based topics, takes place here. The theater has 900 seats, and it's ideal for those ...