For its second season, the theater group Dulaang Laksambayanan, Inc. presents "May Pakpak Ang Oras at Iba Pang Mga Dula," a restaging of the plays' successful run last March. The De La Salle University Department of Philosophy is underwriting the restaging for the benefit of Lasallian students, and as part of its Aesthetics Conference.
The featured plays are all written by American playwright David Ives. Translated to Filipino by members of Dulaang Laksambayanan, the plays are now titled "May Pakpak ang Oras," "Babel, Babel... Pa’no Ka Ginawa?," "Sure Thing" and "Abangan ang Susunod na Kabanata."
Audiences will catch a glimpse of life through plays that break reality in order to bring to light the realities of our time, and tackle issues relating the ephemeral quality of life and the struggle to rebel against fate, on the foundations of belief systems, on mistakes and relationships, and on the influence of media.
Directed by Joshua Lim So, with associate direction by Terrie Martinez, music composition and design by Mark Anthony Dacela, production design by Vaughn Calimag and lights design by Roman Cruz.
"May Pakpak Ang Oras at Iba Pang Mga Dula" will be on July 23, 7:30 p.m., at The Buoy Reastaurant (right across Century Park Hotel), 640 Pablo Ocampo St. (formerly Vito Cruz), Malate, Manila. Door price is at P250, with discounts are available for bulk purchases.
For more information, call Frances Santos at 0917-5562718, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or add facebook.com/dulaang.laksambayanan.