Tuesday, September 08, 2009

FEU Art Theatre Clinique presents Electra

The Far Eastern University Art Theatre Clinique (FEU-ATC) presents its 3rd Theater Season offering, Euripides’ "Electra", a Greek classical masterpiece that tells a story of a heroine torn between revenge and repentance.

Included in the cast are today’s established artists Peter Serrano, Neil Tolentino, Ronnie Martinez, Boy Villahermosa and Diondy Palagtiw, with student theater artists Candace Mae Gaspar, Kris Richard Geronimo, Wilbert Castillo, Tristan Crisostomo, Lucky Arpia, Flo Basa, Anthony Anggulo, Dennis Agas, D Cortezano, Aldrin Carreon, Abdul Taiting, Rain Sarol, Adriane Ungriano, Earvin Trinidad, James Timbol, Marvin Paraiso Jr. and Miguel Paolo Togonan.

Director-professor Joey Ting heads the production, with Filipino translation by UP professor-writer Vlad Gonzales, production supervision by Gene Pamittan Jr., associate direction by Jenzi Zarate, set design by Ohm David, costume design by Trineth Villasis, choreography by Ian De Ausen and sound design by Jed Balsamo.


Playdates will be on September 17, 18 and 19, 2009, with 3 p.m. and 7 p.m. performances, at the FEU Mass Communication Arts Studio. All performances are free. For ticket reservations and inquiries, please call/text 0916-4106548.

FEU-ATC, the first academic theater arm under the Department of Communication of Far Eastern University, is an added attraction to students who would like to take Mass Communication as a course. Resident theater officers for this school year include Jenzi Zarate (Student Artistic Director), Sofia Faheem and Christine Carilla (Dramaturgy), D Cortezano and TJ Viado (Production Design), Franz Beo and Adriane Ungriano (Technical Design), Jane Quinto and Cathy Fong (Production Management), Carlyn Abayon and Neri Pingol (Stage Management), Tristan Crisostomo and Carlo Balani (Publicity and Promotions), Flo Basa and Janice Doloeras (Documentation and Photography), Gaetan Guarin and Earvin Trinidad (Graphics Design).

In February 2010, the company will stage another Euripides masterpiece, "Medea".


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