Repertory Philippines (REP) has appointed Aliw award-winning and seasoned actor Jeremy Domingo as its new Artistic Director, bringing his extensive experience and unique outlook to the current theater landscape, grounded in his time on stage, in the academe, and in other fields of entertainment.

Domingo has been part of the REP family since its 41st Season in 1990, gracing the stages of iconic venues from the Insular Life Theater to Onstage Greenbelt in over 120 productions. His long list of stage credits includes Nick Joaquin’s A Portrait of the Artist as Filipino, classic plays such as The Dresser and A Comedy of Tenors, Shakespearean dramas like A Midsummer Night’s Dream and Much Ado About Nothing, and musicals My Fair Lady and Little Shop of Horrors. Outside REP, he also joined productions of The King and I and The Sound of Music.

Apart from his work on the stage, Domingo will also serve as the assistant director for REP’s first-ever jukebox musical and the 87th season’s closing production, Going Home to Christmas, featuring the music of Jose Mari Chan.

Since 2013, the theater stalwart is also a faculty member at Meridian International (MINT) College, REP’s institutional partner for the recently concluded knowledge sharing program The Bridge Project and for its upcoming 2024 Summer Acting Workshops. At MINT, Domingo serves as a mentor for young talents in theater and entertainment. The multi-hyphenate has also fulfilled roles as an event host and voice-over announcer for radio, film, and TV, allowing him to explore different aspects of performance and further master his craft.

According to REP President & CEO Mindy Perez-Rubio, Domingo’s breadth of expertise in and outside of theater can help usher REP to a new chapter, especially now that it’s moving to Eastwood City later this year.

“Jeremy is no stranger to REP’s 57-year history. As a long-time part of REP, he best understands our mission to enrich lives through the power of theater and to also serve as a training ground for the next generation of theater actors,” shares Perez-Rubio. “His dexterity in various forms of entertainment and success in these fields provide him a fresh perspective as our new Artistic Director, which will empower REP to further reach more audiences.”

Domingo embraces the challenge and acknowledges the “paradigm shift” in Philippine theater brought by a growing and more inclusive theater community and the influence of social media in attracting a larger and younger demographic.

“We at REP are more than excited to take new root in Quezon City and reintroduce our acclaimed brand of English comedies, dramas, musicals, and classics to audiences, old and new alike,” says Domingo. “We continue our mission of training the Filipino actor to be a triple-threat performer: adept at acting, singing, and dancing, through performing arts workshops and a full annual roster of plays.”

Domingo will start his new role on June 1, coinciding with REP’s preparations for its second production, the romantic comedy musicalI Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change.

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