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Hilot Means Healer presented by Cahoots & bcurrent:
"All four actors deliver emotional performances that show off both their comedic chops and physical prowess. "
"The audience falls in love with the comic banter between Belinda Corpuz (Alma) and Aldrin Bundoc (Alfredo)."
"...sharp bursts of energy that come from Bundoc and Corpuz, still grappling with how to move on from the violence they’ve experienced, but clearly haven’t lost their lighter sides, especially seen in a formative scene where Alma teaches Alfredo how not to disturb the spirits who live in termite mounds."
Tita Jokes by Tita Collective at the 2019 Toronto Fringe:
"Belinda Corpuz demonstrates both poise and vocal strength."
"Belinda Corpuz as Scary Tita stands out vocally in a number that has her belting into a broom handle"'
"The Tita Collective is a bright spot in this year’s Fringe lineup — just don’t call them cute"
Prairie Nurse at Factory Theatre:
"Belinda Corpuz as Purification “Puring” Saberon was perfect as the ‘nice’ nurse. She was sweet
and charming but she had a backbone of steel. Her reaction whenever anyone swore was
"...Corpuz’s kind-hearted Puring... coming off
as the most real and relatable."
Carlos Bulosan Theatre's production of ANAK:
"Corpuz came out the best actress on stage with her in-depth dramatization and intelligent execution of her character. Corpuz’s range of emotions manifest the hope, aspiration, frustration, despair and anger that dwells in the tone and substance the play tries to convey."
"Belinda Corpuz’s improvisation piano solo helps to create the combination of warmth and hopeful mood."
CBC Radio: Here and Now:
Thousand Islands Playhouse Pre-Show Podcast: Prairie Nurse:
Beach Mirror/Toronto.com: For Prairie Nurse
Filipino Post: For Prairie Nurse
CBC Radio: Here and Now with Gill Deacon - For Lighters in the Air, with Kris Hagen
CJRU The Scope at Ryerson's FemRadio
Ohestee - Toronto Spotlight
CBC's PlayMe Podcast - Prairie Nurse
For the Rabbits
Gray Owl Point