Timothy Paul Cabrera
Tim started dancing in 2005 at the age of 15 in Teatro Baile de Cavite under Breshnev Larlar. He entered the CCP Dance School as a scholar and trained under Noordin Jumalon, Jeffrey Espejo, Victor Ursabia, Gina Katigbak-Garcia, Rhea Dumdum-Bautista, Monette Victoria in classical ballet and Gerald Mercado, Georgette Sanchez, Biag Gaongen, Christine Crame-Santillan, Ava Villanueva in contemporary modern.
Tim was promoted to apprentice in 2009 under Allan Hineline and Max Luna III and became a company member in 2011 under the directorship of Paul Alexander Morales. He essayed several character roles for the CCP Dance School productions such as Osman in A Forest Tale, Kulas in Ang Pilya and Starzan in Starzan's Jeniz. While a company member, he was also intesively mentored by Agnes Locsin in both modern and ballet.
For the company, Tim has essayed the title role of Paul Morales' Crisostomo Ibarra, Ravana in Alice Reyes' Rama Hari, Estranghero in Alden Lugnasin's Pusong Wagas, Bottom and Lysander in Carlo Pacis' A Midsummer Night’s Dream, the Peasant Pas de Quatre and Hilarion in Giselle, Bonifacio in Locsin's La Revolucion Filipina, Prince Desire in Reyes' Cinderella and Malyari in Manhid. In 2015, as a guest artist, he portrayed the role of Prince Charming in Portland Festival Ballet's Cinderella.