Sining-lahi Polyrepertory, the resident student theater group of the Polytechnic University of the Philippines, will be staging Yoji Sakate's "A Contemporary Noh Play: Three Sisters" on September 1-2, 2 and 5 PM, at the PUP Theater, COC Bldg. Anonas St., Sta. Mesa Manila.
Translated by Rody Vera, Directed by Rommel Iquin and Produced by Mary Ann Fate Erni, this will serve as the group's laboratory production "DULARALAN", on their 35th season of staging quality plays throughout the PUP Community. Unlike any other productions, DULARALAN, is the group's training grounds for beginners especially to the new members of the organization. It has a question and answer portion at the end of the play that will give the audience a chance to ask the director and the staff anything about the said production.
A story about war, love and passion, Yoji Sakate's "Three Sisters" is about the encounter of actors and soldiers at the unexpected situation. During war, retreating soldiers who were looking for camp site barge in to a ruins of a theatre thinking that it's the perfect place for them to stay. Later on they notice the presence of actors and started to converse with them. Few conversations leads to another which makes them discover that the actos we're actually holding a memorial service honoring the souls of the dead lying on the theatre. This is a Free Admission play for PUP Community and guests.
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