Thursday, June 25, 2009

Ateneo's Entablado presents Nicolas Pichay's Ang Henerala

PLAY: "Ang Henerala" by Nicolas Pichay
DATE: June 30, July 1-3, 7-11, 14-17 at 7 p.m. and July 4 & 18 at 3 p.m.
PLACE: Rizal Mini Theater, Ateneo de Manila University

Direction by Jethro Tenorio
Lights design by Christian Bautista
Set design by JJ Ignacio
Costume design by Jean Pierre Reniva

For ticket reservations/questions, please contact Karl Louie Fajardo 0917-5773208 or e-mail


Anonymous said...

Anu po ang plot?

Allan lopez said...

Gyst of plot: A General in the Philippine Army is possessed by the spirit of Teresa Magbanua, the filipina revolutionary. Crazy adventure in General's household ensues

Eunice said...

The family of Colonel Pecto Poblador is preparing for the awarding ceremony where he will receive the Kagitingan award when bizarre incidents started happening in their home in Camp Bonifacio. The colonel was confounded with the sudden seductive urge that his aged wife, Apolonia, manifests and as well as with the gloominess that was exemplified by his not-s0-beautiful daughter, KD, who attempted to commit suicide. The wild events escalate as unexpected rebel troops arrive to the family's compound, along with the vexing prying one-hundred-year-old Mrs. Foo, and the ever-snooping encroaching housekeeper, Candy. However, a visit from the lady-general from the past will serve as the most outrageous of the events that will leave the Pobladors bewildered with their imagination of a happy, organized life. Will the awarding ceremonies push through amidst men clothed as women, and women with men's haircuts?

Anonymous said...

what is the meaning of the picture frames in the background and the moving people in it?

timeerific said...

If you have questions regarding the play, or if any one is making a paper on the play, ENTABLADO has an ED SESSION on July 20, 430-6pm venue still TBA though. contact Danica Pasia 09218415263. :)

Ching said...

Actually, I also wondered about the meaning of picture frames. On whether what they represent.

Gibbs, did you watch the play already? It's very good. I recommend this to everyone.

Fairly humorous. Di nga lang ako nakatawa while the play is going on. But when the play was over, I bursted into laughter.

I like it. Yeah.

Angelo Lopez said...

The picture frames are symbols for commemoration and acknowledgment. Note that when Teresa tried to picture herself, there are no images in the frames.

Hope that helps.

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