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Marat/Sade, a Classic Sample of Theater of Cruelty and angst not merely gone mad

Freedom, freedom, freedom! Long live the revolution! My heart and the chairs are on fire. Despite its anarchaic ending, my democratic feelings just got high after watching Marat/Sade in its DVD form. I share this rather innate sentiment with awareness … Continue reading

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Dramaturgy 101

The International Playwright’s Forum and Women Playwrights International-Philippines in cooperation with the National Commission for Culture and Arts (NCCA) and the Department of Speech Communication and Theater Arts (DSCTA) in UP Diliman College of Arts and Letters held a Dramaturgy … Continue reading

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Pabulayan: Two Puppet Plays

ABOUT Dalawang Bayani 1st prize 1995 Carlos Palanca Memorial Awards for Literature Spanish colonial period heroes Jose Rizal and Andres Bonifacio come to life as they narrate important events in their lives: their family, education, first love and their views on the … Continue reading

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