In the pursuit of the University of the Philippines–Diliman Repertory Company’s (UP Rep) mission on bringing the “filipino theater” closer to people, they present OTW, a series of four plays featuring STREETLIGHT MANIFESTO, ESKINITA, EDSAS’STRES and WALANG KATAPUSANG GODOT. , UP Rep presents a fusion of Mix Villalon’s Streetlight Manifesto and Elyrah Salanga-Torralba’s Eskinita with the twin bill production INTERSECTION.
Together with UP Office of the chancellor, OICA UP Diliman, UP Sigma Alpha Sorority, Campaign Against the Return of the Marcoses to Malacanang (CARMMA), Pi Sigma Fraternity – UPD, UP Praxis and UP Physics Association, in partnership with UP POLITICA and ALAY SINIG. INTERSECTION will run for two consecutive Fridays and Saturdays on November 11-12, 18-19 at the Delos Reyes Auditorium School of Labor and Industrial Relations (SOLAIR) University of the Philippines Diliman, Quezon City. Show starts at 7:00PM on Fridays with a matinee and a gala show on Saturdays at 3:00PM and 7:00PM
Set on the streets of the Philippines, INTERSECTION blatantly depicts the problems that challenge the society from an ordinary person’s perspective. Adapted from Mix Villalon’s Streetlight Manifesto which intriguingly discusses life, morality, and justice; and with Elyrah Salanga- Torralba’s Eskinita that pictures the struggle of being in the slums where people are rather superstitious than helpful, over traffic-congested streets. Starring Malvin Ramos, Jomar Carpena, Roseball Toledo, and Roi Neri for Streetlight Manifesto, and Diane Formoso, Jzar Tabilin, Sarah Valdez, Rej Duka, Gio Potes, Ian, Cy Zinampan, and Victor Avecilla for Eskinita. INTERSECTION aims to overhaul the root cause of the problems an ordinary person faces every day.
UP Rep first staged in 1972, pioneered by Director Behn Cervantes as a socially relevant performing group that would reflect the deteriorating state of the country during the Martial Law, and show their continuous commitment to Philippine Culture and the Arts. UP Rep was entitled with the University Performing Group (UPG) in theater, becoming the official University Performing Group for Philippine Theater as appointed by the Office of Initiatives for Culture and Arts.
For inquiries, and ticket reservations please call Ms. Bella Toledo, +63-926-703-7826 or you may visit their Facebook page (see link attached)