SINTANG DALISAY CAST 2012
Another National Artist, production designer Salvador Bernal, was in the picture before he died. These architectural features suggest that young lovers come from rival wealthy families whose enmity is aggravated by blood debts when Taupan Tybault in the original Shakespeare is killed. Meliton Roxas served as lighting designer and technical director, John Mark Yap served as stage manager, while Matthew Santamaria took charge of choreography. Since the igal is a dance form and not a theater style like the Japanese kabuki , for example , the traditional dance had to metamorphose to suit the demands of the theater. The third set of praise was the innovation in dramatic form. Skip to Main Content Sitemap.
The play’s recent Aliw awards for best director and best production design are richly deserved. Sintang Dalisay is available for bookings. UP art studies Prof. Abad summed up his own experience thus: Matthew Santamaria, who is also associate director. He went to the extent of bringing over and consulting nine teachers from Tawi-tawi to correctly get the Sama language or Badjao inflections along with Arabic humming and droning that were used in the last scene. Ni-nerbiyos kami [we became nervous]. Since the igal is a dance form and not a theater style like the Japanese kabuki , for example , the traditional dance had to metamorphose to suit the demands of the theater.
Since the igal is a dance form and not a theater style like the Japanese kabukifor examplethe traditional dance had to metamorphose to suit the demands of the theater.
Caught in this family strife are Rashiddin and Jamila, two lovers who get themselves secretly married but are forced to separate from each other after Rashiddin, in self-defense, slays a member of the Kalimuddin clan. But the plot is basically Romeo and Juliet.
As part of the curtain call, actors invited members of dalissy audience to dance the igal with them. And Friar Laurence becomes an imam!
Beyond being an aesthetic imaginary, Sintang Dalisay was also our attempt to bridge the chasm between sintanf dominant Christians and the marginalized Muslim communities in Philippine society. The music draws from several Philippine indigenous musical traditions yet anchored in the kulintangan rhythms of the Sulu archipelago.
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Beyond being an aesthetic imaginary, Sintang Dalisay was also our attempt to bridge the chasm between the dominant Christians and the marginalized Daalisay communities in Philippine society.
Two performances are scheduled, one at 2: When the group was chosen to represent the country in Belarus, Ateneo and other sponsors could only afford to send 10 people five actors, two musicians, one technical person and Abad who also pitched in as musician.
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But whether the connections sought are inter-religious, inter-ethnic or interracial, the theatrical aim remains the same: Abad also doubled as a musician, together with Dan Liamco and Jayson Gildore. Bernal Cast Kalil Almonte as Rashiddin. Again, I turn to his notes: The music draws from several Philippine indigenous musical traditions yet anchored in the kulintangan rhythms of the Sulu archipelago. The applause at the end was wild, complete with cheers and whistles.
Guelan Varela-Luarca and I stitched the two texts together.
The performance is directed by Dr. However, the team was not able to participate in the Quebec festival, which was scheduled in Mayas the invitation was given late and they still needed dlisay to csst funds.
It was a triumphant performance. And the accolades from an audience of Shakespeare experts were spirited, spontaneous and unanimous. This connection between theater and nation is what I seek to study in Malaysia. It comes right after the commemoration of the unsolved Ampatuan massacre in Muslim Maguidanao and the announcement of peace in Bangsamoro-land.
Another National Artist, production designer Salvador Bernal, was in the picture before he died.
Back in the home country, however, a Muslim delegate to the National Theater Festival reacted violently to Sintang Dalisay, complaining to Cultural Center of the Philippines officers and even threatened to kill the cast and director.
Members of the IUTA saw the original production during their regional conference in the Philippines last Julyand were greatly impressed by the show.
I think this play is made to last for a very long time. Performances are at 7 p. Cruz and Mia C. Photo by Jan Castolo. A post shared by John Mark Yap iamjohnmarkyap on Feb 9, at 4: Bautista is saber champ of Southridge fencing tournament. Chemistry lab accident injures four LS students. Your email address will not be published. Colorful costumes by National Artist Salvador Bernal. Based on Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet and National Artist for Literature Rolando Tinio’s translation of the play into Filipino, with additional materials from ancient awit song based on the star-crossed lovers’ love story when it first reached the Philippines, Sintang Dalisay is a breath of fresh air.
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