AVAILABLE WORKS FOR TOURING

MAIN WING: SEASON 2013 F(L)IGHT

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HARING TUBUL

An inter-active devise work adaptation of French Playwright Alfred Jarry’s avant-garde work Ubu Roi. The play serves as an investigation of Philippine politics, culture and society.

 Experience the fun, filthy power play as we bring back “THE RETURN OF THE COMBACK OF THE NEW AND IMPROVED HARING +UBU-L”, which aims to revisit and re-investigate the subject of excesses and exploits in society as represented by the performers, the audiences, and their consciousness.

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PRAGRES

On-Tour with National Artist F. Sionil Jose

A whimsical, beguiling play with text and music adapted for the stage by Philippine High School for the Arts’ Dulaang Sipat Lawin from the short story by National Artist for Literature F. Sionil Jose.

Presented at the Virgin Labfest 2 and toured in collaboration with the Cultural Center of the Philippines and Tanghalang Pilipino, the Sipat Lawin Ensemble continues to impose the timely, if not timeless questions of real progress in our society.

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IMPERIO ANIMALIA

Also offered under the Children’s Wing

 What does it take to create an empire? Intellect? Skill? Or mere animal instincts?

Imperio Animalia retells the novel of George Orwell’s “Animal Farm” as parable of oppression through the medium of performance, and an investigation on the promises and foundation of democracy. Originally devised as an engaging and highly interactive open to the public piece, it takes the form of a children’s play and a live installation art piece in one, allowing audiences from all ages and world views to participate as we question equality, values and the meaning of a utopian society. Roar, howl and growl with Imperio Animalia.

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