Ateneo School of Humanities Fine Arts Theater Arts Program presents Alipin (Slave), a thesis play by Ariane Lim under the writing supervision of Glen Mas.
Alipin is a historiographical drama set in pre-colonial Philippine archipelago. It is inspired from the Kavi inscriptions on the Laguna Copperplate which is believed to be an evidence from the 900 BCE about a slave’s freedom from debt.
Artistic and Production Team
Direction, Tim Dacanay; Assistance in Direction, Hazel Gutierrez; Production Design, Vincent Tan; Costume Design, Jean Avellanosa Dee; Stage Design, Arse Armas; Choreography and Chant Coach, Carlito Camahalan Amalla; Adaptation, Lasmyr Edullantes; Stage Management, Cedric Querubin; Technical Direction, Theo Dacanay; Sound Board, Patt Lucido; and Production Management, Jonnel Inojosa.
Joanna Lerio plays Anluage, the next in line shaman. Ian Segarra plays Pangat Sagwil, the village counsel. Alexander Dungca plays Namwaran, the next in line datu (village leader). Gabriel Frederick Masiglat plays Tayao, a warrior. Joyce Avellanosa plays Angkatan, a slave from another village. Mar Joseph Aureos Mejilla plays Magkawas, a local slave. Judith Soriao plays the old shaman Munica.
Show Dates: February 17 and 18, 2015 / 7PM
Venue: FA Theater, Gonzaga Building, Ateneo de Manila University
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