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Artistang Artlets stages ‘Prima Facie’

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“Minsan, hindi tunay ang inyong nakikita.”

Inihahandog ng Artistang Artlets, ang opisyal na samahang pang-teatro ng Pakultad ng Sining at Panitik ng Unibersidad ng Santo Tomas, ang “Prima Facie” sa panulat ni John Michael Peña.

Walang sikreto ang hindi nabubunyag.

Ang dulang ito ay tungkol sa isang kandidatong tatakbo sana sa pagka-pangulo ngunit sa isang iglap, siya ay binawian ng buhay.Walang nakakaalam kung paano at ano ang ikinamatay niya maliban sa mga taong nakasama niya nang hapunan bago ang pagkamatay niya.

Ang “Prima Facie” ay ayon sa direksyon ni Jennie Ver Gabon at sa pamamahala ni Shaira Joyce Javier. Ito ay ipapalabas sa Oktubre 27, 28, at 29, 2015 sa mga oras na 1pm, 3pm, 5pm, at 7pm sa Benavides Auditorium, High School Building, UST

Para sa iba pang mga katanungan, maaaring tawagan o kontakin si Ma.Diane Gundaya sa numerong (09279381150) o Xiayra Mae Magtibay sa numerong (09175977812) o John Gabriel Pe sa numerong (09225383521) o maaari ring bisitahin ang Facebook page na: www.facebook.com/ArtistangArtletsUST.

Sabay sabay nating alamin ang mga pinakatatagong sikreto.

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Artistang Artlets adapts The Little Prince

FINAL POSTER MUNTI“What is essential is invisible to the eye” Artistang Artlets, the Official Theater Guild of the Faculty of Arts and Letters of the University of Santo Tomas, on its 34th Season, proudly presents:“Munti: An Adaptation of Antoine de Saint-Exupery’s Le Petit Prince” by Alyanna Paula A. Veloso, a modern day theatrical adaptation of an inspiring novel based on a young boy’s adventure in discovering the absolute truth within the inner self and looking beneath the surface in order to find beauty. Everything is not what it seems. Sometimes it is not enough to just look at the surface. You need to exceed boundaries and understand things from different perspectives. The story will feature a child’s journey where he met different individuals and learned to find the meaning of life through simple things. It will show what someone can sacrifice for his happiness at the same time, for the greater good. Munti will be directed by Klea Dale S. Lloren and produced by Jennie Ver M. Gabon. This will be staged from May 6, 7 & 8, 2015, with the time slots 1pm, 3pm, 5pm and 7pm at the Tan Yan Kee Auditorium, Tan Yan Kee Building, University of Santo Tomas. For inquiries please contact Christine Ann Camille Baria at (09277842701) or Revou Nomar Antolin at (0927-821-7931) or visit our facebook page:www.facebook.com/ArtistangArtletsUST. Get ready for a journey of a lifetime.  Reminisce your own life adventures and unleash the childlike heart in you.

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Artistang Artlets: Is love worth gambling everything for?

Revised Poster Artistang Artlets XOXO PosterArtistang Artlets, the official theater guild of the Faculty of Arts and Letters of the University of Santo Tomas, on its 34th season is proud to bring you its 2nd Theatre Literacy Program this coming January.

Artistang Artlets brings you X.O.X.O, a play that introduces us to a world wherein one’s right decisions, thinking, and actions will determine whether he or she will win the game that affects people the most – the game of love. Are you willing to gamble everything for the sake of love? Will it be worth it? Ready? Set, Gamble.

X.O.X.O is a twin bill production, featuring the 29th Gawad Ustetika 1st and 3rd place holders for Dulang May Isang Yugto category entitled “Baraha” written by Kris Joven Medalla and “Ang Kasalanan sa Kasalan” written by Danielle Joyce Factora, respectively. X.O.X.O will be directed by Jennie Ver Gabon and will be produced by Hazel May Sartorio.

Play dates will be as follows: January 6, 7, and 8, 2015 – 1pm, 3pm, 5pm, and 7pm at the Education Auditorium, Albertus Magnus Building, UST.

For inquiries, please contact Hazel May Sartorio at 0935 483 0765 or visit Artistang Artlets on Facebook. (fb.com/ArtistangArtletsUST)

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From Sputnik Sweetheart (2001) by Haruki Murakami

Image source: Youthincmag.com

Image source: Youthincmag.com

And it came to then. That we were wonderful traveling companions but in the end no more than lonely lumps of metal in their own separate orbits. From far off they look like beautiful shooting stars, but in reality nothing more than prisons, where each of us is locked up alone, going nowhere. When the orbits of these two satellites of ours happened to cross paths, we could be together. Maybe even open our hearts to each other. But that wasonly for the briefest moment. In the next instant we’d be in absolute solitude. Until we burned up and became nothing.

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Dulaang UP stages Jacobean tragedy The Duchess of Malfi / Ang Dukesa ng Malfi

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This September, Dulaang UP continues its tradition of bringing world classics to the Filipino audience through the first major Philippine production of John Webster’s The Duchess of Malfi. Dark and visceral, The Duchess of Malfi is widely held as the greatest of Webster’s works and the most gripping of the Jacobean tragedies. It has mesmerized and shocked audiences since it was first staged 400 years ago in 1613.

The Duchess of Malfi is renowned for producing what could probably be theatre’s most compelling female protagonist and two of its most twisted villains.

The play follows the story of a recently widowed duchess as she decides to go against her scheming brothers by secretly marrying her personal steward. The discovery of her deception engulfs everyone in a tumultuous and maddening whirlpool of envy, incest, greed, destruction, and death. The characters’ struggle for and against their desires forces us to ask ourselves, “How far will we go for pleasure?”

DUP’s production also features Ang Dukesa ng Malfi as translated into Filipino by Palanca awardee Allan Palileo. The play is adapted and directed by theater icon and DUP Founding Artistic Director Tony Mabesa, well known for his staging of world and Filipino classics. New York-based Obie award winner Clint Ramos and Eric Pineda collaborate for the set and costume design respectively; Choreography by Peter Alcedo, Jr., Lights design by Meliton Roxas, Jr., and Sound design by Jethro Joaquin.

The Duchess of Malfi/Ang Dukesa ng Malfi runs September 11- 29, 2013 at the Wilfrido Ma. Guerrero Theater, Palma Hall, University of the Philippines Diliman. For sponsorship and ticket inquiries, please contact the Dulaang UP Office at 926-1349, 981-8500 local 2449 or 433-7840 and look for Ms. Camille Guevarra or Ms. Samanta Clarin.

 

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