This study determined the two performance evaluations presented during mid-term and finals of the Music Stage Arts course. The subjects of this study were the thirty one (31) students taken from the two classes, 10 students from SY 2008-2009 and 21 students SY from 2009-2010. Data were gathered through the students’ pictures, videos, assessments, attendance, and results of the performance evaluations of their Mid-term and Final practicums. Statistical tools employed were frequency and percentage and mean for descriptive analysis and t-test for independent samples for inferential analyses at .05 alpha level. Results of the study showed the significant differences in the profile of the Music Stage Arts students when classified according to sex, where t-value = .352, df = 29, and p = .05. Results for Mid-term performance evaluation showed that 13 (41%) acquired 10 points with grade equivalent of 98 and described as “strong”, 9 (29%) acquired 9 points and described as “proficient”, and 9 acquired 8 points and described as “basic”. Music, dance, drama, set and design, and attendance or role were the categories agreed both by the teacher in-charge and the students of Music Stage Arts to be performed where each category had its own criteria followed by the adjudicators for evaluation. The evaluations were validated by the three experts. Results for final performance evaluation showed that 15 (46.5%) students got 1.25 final grade and described as very good, 15 (46.5%) students got 1.5 final grade and described as good, and 1 (3.1%) got 1.75 final grade and described as satisfactory.