In celebration of Teatro ni Juan’s 11th Theatre Season and the Philippine Independence Day, NANG SUBUKING AKYATIN NG MGA LAGI ANG PALATUMBASAN SA HANGGANAN breaks the silence on social injustices and renders a voice to the victims of brutal humanitarian crisis. This new play by Gewel Gabriel, with dramaturgy and additional text by Wana Guevara & Ana Rae Tambaoan, exposes the realities of the darkness cloaking over the country.
A group of children, referred to as ‘mga lagi’, poses a series of questions and socio-political opinions as they thrive to bridge the inequities and fully grasp the disturbing significance of the promised change.
The cast includes Jennelle Andre Javier, Kristine De Leon, Ana Rae Tambaoan, Jonpol Ponce, Zildgian Mirabueno, Bianca Ysabel Trinidad and Erika Landicho. Production Management by Madeline Villamon and Stage Management by Aileen Rey.
The Artistic Team includes Clarisse Ilagan (Photography and Art Direction), Mikaela Foronda (Associate Art Direction), Wana Guevara & Ana Rae Tambaoan (Dramaturgy & Additional Text), Aia Villoso (Technical Direction), Marvin Bautista(Set Design), Karl Arce (Sound Design), Matthew Ng (Property Design), Thobie Ng (Lights Design), Michaela Caranza(Costume Design), Kristine De Leon (Associate Choreography), Athena Dela Cruz (Assistant Direction & Choreography) and Mikko Angeles (Direction).
NANG SUBUKING AKYATIN NG MGA LAGI ANG PALATUMBASAN SA HANGGANAN runs from June 16 to July 1 (Saturdays & Sundays, 7pm) at Tahanan ni Juan 43-A C. Cruz St., Sta. Elena Marikina City. Tickets are priced at Php100. Seats are limited.
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The play is set in Hangganan. A group of children, referred to as ‘mga lagi’ poses a series of questions and socio-political opinions as they thrive to bridge the inequities and fully grasp the disturbing significance of the promised change.
Being caged in the relentless supremacy of ‘Ama’, this group of children begins to be exposed in the brutalities of the power that they have once looked up to. Triggering the curiosity is the ‘Palatumbasan’, a wall surrounding all that there is, succumbing them in perpetual darkness.
Tickets are now available!
Change has finally come on ‘Nang Subuking Akyatin ng mga Lagi ang Palatumbasan’, Opens on June 16