Dulaang UP Stages Bilanggo ng Pag-ibig, based on Jean Genet’s Prisoner of Love

BilanggongPag-ibig-DulaangUp-2015A Dulaang UP Production
Script by Rody Vera based on Jean Genet’s self memoir  Un Captif Amoreux (Prisoner of Love)
Direction by Jose Estrella

February 11 – March 1, 2015
at Wilfrido Ma. Guerrero Theater, Palma Hall,
University of the Philippines Diliman

Jean Genet (1910-1986) is a French novelist, playwright, poet, essayist and political activist. He authored the novels Querelle of Brest (1974), The Thief’s Journal (1949), and Our Lady of the Flowers (1943); and the plays The Balcony (1957), The Blacks (1959), The Maids (1947) and The Screens (1964). He also directed Un Chant d’Amour (1950), a 26-minute black-and-white film depicting the fantasies of a gay male prisoner and his prison warden.

Ed Lacson Jr (assistant direction and dramaturgy), Barbie Tan-Tiongco (lights), Lex Marcos and Mark Dalacat (set), J Victor Villareal (sound), Carlo Pagunaling (costume), JM Cabling (movement), Sigmund Pecho (puppetry and graphics), and Jon Lazam (video).

Melvin Lee, Jojo Cayabyab, Tess Jamias, Dolly De Leon, Peewee O’Hara, JC Santos, Tarek El Tayech, Brian Sy, Paul Cedrick Juan, Silvester Bagadiong, Virgilio Balanon, Jomel Reyes, Norbs Portales, Miela Sayo and the Dulaang UP Ensemble.

For tickets, sponsorships and showbuying inquiries for Dulaang UP’s Bilanggo ng Pag-ibig, you may call Samanta Hannah Clarin or Camille Guevara 9261349, 4337840, 9818500 loc 2449 or email dulaangupmarketing@gmail.com.

See also
Rody Vera’s Bilanggo ng pag-ibig Closes DUP’s 39th Season
Bilanggo ng Pag-ibig: Prisoner of Love by Dulaang UP
Rehearsal Photos

About Joanna Lerio

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