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I theaterbatorated this show a few months ago here.
And now it's going to have a re-run on July 23, 2011.
Announcement from Dulaang Laksambayanan
One-night-only restaging of "May Pakpak Ang Oras At Iba Pang Dula"
"May Pakpak Ang Oras At Iba Pang Dula" is set to come back as part of De La Salle University-Manila Philosophy Department's "Thoughts on taste: Arts and aesthetics festival" with performances for DLSU-Manila students and one show open to the public to be staged in a restaurant. "Wine and dine with us while watching the show!"
"May Pakpak Ang Oras At Iba Pang Dula" is composed of four plays by American playwright David Ives translated into Tagalgo/Taglish: "May Pakpak Ang Oras," "Babel, Babel Paano Ka Ginawa," "Sure Thing," and "Abangan Ang Susunod Na Kabanata."
“What would you do if found out you have just one day to live your entire life?”
“How can you, a mere mortal, reach the almighty God?”
“What would life be like if you could amend even the littlest mistakes you make?”
“How can TV influence us to an extent it robs us our freedom?”
Direction: Joshua Lim So
Associate Direction: Terrie Ann Martinez
Music Design: Mark Anthony Dacela
Production Design: Vaughn Calimag
Lights Design: Roman Cruz
July 23, 2011, Saturday 7:30PM
The Buoy Restaurant, Pablo Ocampo St. (formerly Vito Cruz St.), across the street from Century Park Hotel
Ticket price is set at P250.
*Map of the venue:
Contact 0917-556-2718 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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