Dulaang UP Strikes on Filipino Sensibilities

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Press Release:

UP Dulaang Laboratoryo continues to serve as a training ground for Theater Arts students enrolled in their thesis subjects as well as in special projects, directing, acting, lighting, production design and production management courses. Under the supervision of esteemed faculty members, productions are mounted at the end of the semester as partial requirement for their finals.

This March, Dulaang Laboratoryo presents “STRIKE”, a twin-bill production of Christian Tordecillas’ KATRE and Emmanuel Feliciano, and Christian Dagsil’s Museong Kayummangi

KATRE is a story of a mother waiting for her husband and son recalling the past only through a series of faint memories and dreams as time passes, she tries to put the pieces of a seemingly eternal puzzle together. Will she find answers and finally reunite with her love ones.

Museong Kayummangi is a collection of vignettes exposing and perhaps criticizing the threads that make up the fabric of Filipino sensibilities. Told through different images and devices with some reference to George Wolfe’s Colored Museum, each vignette tackles a familiar cord.

Comprising the artistic team are Original Songs Vince De Jesus, Set Designer Mark Dalacat, Costume Designer Mitoy Sta. Ana, Technical/Lighting Designer Tagay Galilt, Photography Jojit Lorenzo.

Directed by Pancho Martes, “STRIKE” runs on March 13, 14, 15 and 16 at 7pm and March 15 & 16 at 3pm at the Teatro Heremogenes Ylagan (THY), Bulwagang Rizal, Faculty Center Bldg., University of the Philippines Diliman, Quezon City.

For inquiries and ticket reservations, please contact Martin Rios 0915.2344.846 and Stellar De Leon 0905.4263.647

 

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