Seasoned artists of Philippine theatre, film, and television come together for Dulaang Unibersidad ng Pilipinas’ fourth offering this 40th theatre season, The Dressing Room: That Which Flows Away Ultimately Becomes Nostalgia and its Filipino translation, Ang Dressing Room: Kung Saan Lubusang Pangungulila ang Dulot ng Agos ng Panahon. Frances Makil-Ignacio, Ces Quesada, Missy Maramara, […]
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Dulaang Unibersidad ng Pilipinas presents Tisoy Brown: Hari ng Wala based on Henrik Ibsen’s Peer Gynt, adaptation by Rody Vera and directedby José Estrella. Drawing inspiration from Philippine mythology and folklore, Tisoy Brown is a reimagined adaptation of Henrik Ibsen’s Peer Gynt, a five-act play in verse and arguably Ibsen’s most widely performed play. […]
This coming October 2015, Dulaang Unibersidad ng Pilipinas (DUP) 40th Theatre Season presents KING LEAR / HARING LEAR by William Shakespeare, Translated by Nicolas B. Pichay and Adapted and Directed by Tony Mabesa. The play is set in the waning years of a Southeast Asian kingdom replete with appropriate music, movement, costumes, and properties of the region without losing […]
Catch Dulaang UP’s #R3J, a multimedial hallucination on William Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet. #R3J retells the story of the star-crossed lovers transforming Verona into a concrete jungle at the heart of Metro Manila – teeming with corruption, revolt, advertisements, sex, social media and condominium units. This theatrical project seeks to dramatize, through a pastiche […]
Get the chance to win FREE Tickets to Dulaang UP’s season-ending play Bilanggo ng Pag-ibig, an adaptation of Genet’s masterpiece Un Captif Amoureux (Prisoner of Love) to be stage next month by simply joining our social media promo. PROMO MECHANICS Instagram 1. Post a photo of your best interpretation of the phrase “Bilanggo Ng Pag-ibig”. […]