STRONG BOY DEAF BOY & A GIRL IN AN ABAYA + AYANASU (WOVEN)

Wednesday, July 02, 2014

In celebration of the Philippine-Japanese Friendship Month, the PETA Theater Center and Japan Foundation Manila proudly present PETA's Strong Boy, Deaf Boy, and a Girl in an Abaya and Dora Theater's Ayanasu. A twin-bill production about adversity, hope and triumph.



STRONG BOY, DEAF BOY, AND A GIRL IN AN ABAYA

Written by Atty. Nicolas Pichay

Direction and Choreography by Dudz Teraña

This simple mobile production took center stage during the 4th World Congress of International Drama and Education Association (IDEA) in Bergen, Norway in July 2011. It was then presented in Greece, Netherlands and France.

Thirteen years after, this production finds a new life and setting as children survivors of typhoon Yolanda (Haiyan) tragedy tell their stories of struggle so profound, only silence can express it. Thus, this non-verbal production.



AYANASU (Woven)

Directed by Kenjiro Otani

Depicting a family's journey from disaster, loss to hope, Ayanasu is an improvised non-verbal performance. Ayanasu literally means 'to weave', reflective of the creative process that the Dora Company underwent to produce this piece. During the course of rehearsals, spontaneous vignettes were interwoven into a story of solitute, memory, and synchronicity.

Ticket Price:

(Inclusive of Service Charge)

Gen Ad (Free Seating)

P 463.50

For ticket inquiries, please call Ticketworld at (63 2) 891-9999.

The PETA Theater Center is located at No. 5 Eymard Drive, New Manila, Quezon City, Metro Manila, Philippines

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