Bahay Tanghalan: TA Online Festival Souvenir Program

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Bahay Tanghalan: TAOnline Festival A celebration of student artistry in the digital domain October 2020 to February 2021 Live at tanghalangateneo.com Tanghalang Ateneo Season 42 Adaptation/Pagbabanyuhay: Bagong Anyo ng Buhay



message from the president of the loyola schools

“Adapt” is proving itself to be the University’s word of the year. From our faculty’s courses on Adaptive Design for Learning to Tanghalang Ateneo’s theme for its much-changed 42nd Season, and adapting our very lives to the reality of the pandemic, the year 2020 has been an exercise in creativity, innovation, flexibility, and, yes, adaptation. So it has been with Ateneo de Manila’s oldest collegiate theater group. How does one stage a theatrical production when there is no stage and the actors cannot leave their homes? Again, adaptation. And as the form of theater adapts to the online platform, it is fitting that the content of this online festival is also that of adaptation, adapting classics into the Philippine context. TA’s choice of the Filipino word for the theme, pagbabanyuhay, metamorphosis, is even more descriptive. It suggests that, even when the pandemic is finally over, our lives will not return to what they were like before, that the transformations will be permanent. The question remains, what will we turn into after all this? After the pandemic? After the thousands of unwarranted deaths in the war on drugs? After uncalled for displays of misogyny and discrimination from the country’s top leaders? Each person, each institution can only answer for themselves but the six productions in the festival, which explore critical issues like governance, gender, mental health, and relationships, may give us insights about what our answers may be. For the sake of our country and every Filipino, and for the sake of our soul’s salvation, we can only hope that each one of us will metamorphose into the person that God always meant us to be.

fr. roberto c. yap

PRESIDENT OF THE LOYOLA SCHOOLS

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message from the vice president of the loyola schools Nothing beats theater in communicating snippets of life dramatically to audiences of various kinds. And in Ateneo de Manila, nothing beats Tanghalang Ateneo, the earliest established theater company in the university, in forging the significance of communication as a show, not just a tell. I would like to congratulate Tanghalang Ateneo for going digital on its 42nd season – yet another one of its firsts! In no other time than now is this initiative necessary when theater halls are empty and lonely. Where there is creativity, there is life. Such is our communal experience in this pandemic. In doing ‘Adaptation | Pagbabanyuhay: Bagong Anyo ng Buhay,’ TA is precisely giving a testimony on human creativity and resilience, the ability to triumph in goodness and love against all odds. I think adaptation is a brilliant theme here. It’s adaptation in at least two senses: (a) TA as a theater company adapting to new realities of dramatic presentations from an onsite stage to an online platform, and (b) the plays, written by members of the Ateneo community as adaptations or inspired by classic works of literature: The English novelist, George Orwell’s dystopian social science fiction, 1984; the Danish writer, Hans Christian Andersen’s folktale “The Emperor’s New Clothes;” the English poet, Sir Walter Raleigh’s poem, “The Passionate Shepherd to His Love;” the biblical Exodus narrative; the American Poet, Edgar Allan Poe’s “The Raven;” and Philippine mythical stories with the character of the Manananggal. So in its 42nd Season, through these productions, TA will afford us a good travel experience to different places and cultures – despite our locked down state. It’s an experience filled with realities that are familiar and can resonate with us in our environment. Shakespeare said, “All the world’s a stage, and all the men and women merely players.” Well we can say that in TA’s “‘Adaptation | Pagbabanyuhay: Bagong Anyo ng Buhay,’ the digital stage presents many worlds where all the men and women that play a part in it are they for whom these different worlds exist. The audiences look forward to watching the stage breath life through the plays. Congratulations to Guelan Luarca, TA’s Artistic Director and Moderator! Congratulations to the writers of the plays! Congratulations to the actors that translated the written plays into dramatic action!

maria luz c. vilches

VICE PRESIDENT OF THE LOYOLA SCHOOLS

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message from the Artistic Director/Moderator Dahil sa malubhang pag-iisa na dulot ng pandemyang ito, isa sa pinakamalimit kong balikbalikan, bilang sintomas na rin ng lubos kong pangungulila, ay ang tungkol sa mahal kong sining ng teatro.

Paano nga ba ko natutong magteatro? Bata pa lamang ako, dinadala na ‘ko ng tatay ko sa mga dula -- mula sa lokal na mga pangkat pantanghalan sa aming barangay sa Sta. Ana, Maynila, hanggang sa mga libreng patiket na nakukuha namin ni Dad mula sa Sentrong Pangkultura ng Pilipinas, at sa mga dulang tinampukan mismo ni Dad n’ung mas madalas pa siyang umarte sa teatro. Nariyan din ang panonood namin ng mga pelikulang hango kay Shakespeare, at sa edad na 7 ay naturuan na ‘ko ni Mom na magbasa ng mitolohiyang Griyego (na kadalasan ay mga trahedya pang-entablado), bukod pa kina Shakespeare, Henrik Ibsen, Rolando Tinio. Hanggang noong magwalong taong gulang ako, napabilang ako sa isang panteatrong presentasyon sa parokya namin para sa Semana Santa. Sa madali’t sabi: natuto akong magteatro dahil kinalakihan ko ito. Di man ako “theater major” n’ung kolehiyo, sapat ang pormasyong naranasan ko n’ung kabataan para mahigop, parang espongha, ang mga “how to” ng pagkuwento gamit ang tanghalan -- espasyo, mga aktor, kilos, kulay, kaunting props, kaunting set pieces, musika, mahika, kulam, bangungot, imahinasyon, atbp. atbp. Kinalakihan ko kasi ito. Malaking ambag ang aking kabataan. Ganoon din yata ang mga dinadakila at iniidolo nating mga theater artists -- may sapat na bahagi ng kanilang pagyabong o “growth” bilang tao, na nakaranas sila -- di lang nakapag-aral, kundi naka-DANAS, lalo noong kabataan -- ng pagteteatro. Buweno...pa’no na ngayon? Ngayong sarado ang mga tanghalan? Anong balon, bangko, arsenal ng karanasan ang paghuhugutan ko para makapagkuwento mula sa kani-kaniyang bahay? Gamit ang internet? Nang walang pinagbabahaginang iisang espasyo? Mga magkakahiwalay na aktor, kadalasan de-Zoom lang? Limitadong kilos? Kulay na kung ano lang ang kayang mahagip ng kamera ng selepono o kompyuter? Props na mahahanap lang sa bahay? Mismong bahay bilang tagpuan? Musikang digital at recorded? Ano, paano, saan dito ang mahika? Ano ang kulam sa mga 1 at 0? Ano ang bangungot kung pinalilibutan tayo ng mga totoo -- masiyadong totoong -- mga bangungot? Saan makalilipad sa online ang aking imahinasyon? Kaya yata ako nangangapa, natutuliro, parang isdang nahango sa tubig, papitlag-pitlag, naghahabol-hininga -- dahil hindi ko kinalakihan ‘to. Ito. Ang online world. Ang espasyong birtuwal. Labindalawang taong gulang na yata ako noong una akong masinsinang natutong gumamit ng internet. Samantalang sa edad na iyon, higit 30 dula na yata ang napanood at nabasa ko. Hinanda ako ng buhay sa teatro. Pero hindi niya ‘ko (masiyadong) hinanda sa teatro online.

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message from the Artistic Director/Moderator Hindi ko ‘to mundo. Pero... Ikaw. Kayo. Gen Z. Mga mahal kong estudyante. Mundo mo ito. Ito ang mundo ni’yo. Ngayon, KAYO ang mas lamang. KAYO ang mas nakaaalam, mas gamay, mas marunong, mas hiyang. Kayo ang henerasyong lumaki nang hawak ang inyong mga gadget, at kaming mga nakatatanda, nakaismid at hinuhusgahan kayong mga zombie, napakayabang at smug sa paghirit namin ng “Ang mga bata talaga ngayon, o!” (habang nakatunganga din naman sa aming sariling mga gadget). Ngayon ang tsansang ipakita na hinanda lamang kayo para sa bago’t nakatatakot na realidad na kinakaharap natin ngayon. Na balang-araw, kayo ang dapat mamuno at magwasto sa mga pagkakamali ng mga naunang henerasyon. Ito na ang panahon ninyo! At narito kaming mga nakatatanda -- we’re taking notes! Iyan ang na-realize ko nang maisip kong simulan ang bagong tagdula ng Tanghalang Ateneo, hindi sa obra maestrang gawa ng mga kaedaran ko o mas nakatatanda sa akin -- bagkus, gawa NINYO. Kaya salamat sa inyong tapang! Ipakita sa amin ang daan kung paano magkuwento online. Ipakita ang kumpyansa’t angas ng inyong imahinasyon at kakayahan sa inobasyon! Turuan kaming baliin sa paraang wasto at kaiga-igaya ang mga nakasanayan na naming patakaran, ituro sa amin ang mga bagong patakarang dapat pairalin! KAYO ang guro namin ngayon. Kami nina Ser Ron Capinding, Ser Khavn dela Cruz, at Doc Ricky Abad ay susunod lamang sa INYONG mga yapak! At sa mga mahal naming manonood, inaanyayahan namin kayong pagbabaran ang mga likha ng aming mga estudyante. Sulat-estudyante, direksiyongestudyante, gawang-estudyante. Namnamin nawa ninyo, kilatisin, pagtalunan, at kung kailangan ay punahin, ngunit higit sa lahat, kawilihan. Balang-araw, pangarap ko’y mabalikan ang panahong ito hindi lamang bilang babala at kuwentong puno ng trahedya, kundi panahon din ng inobasyon at paggaygay sa isang bagong daigdig -- sa iba’t ibang larangan at aspekto ng buhay, kasama ang sining ng pagkukuwento, ang bagong medium ng Online Teatro. Sulong, Tanghalang Ateneo! At habang nananabik tayo sa araw na darating na makababalik na tayo sa bahaytanghalan, heto’t lilikha tayo ng panibagong tahanan. Magkakalayo man, ngunit walang bitawan! Mabuhay ang teatrong pangahas! Mabuhay ang teatrong di-takot sa pagbabago! Mabuhay ang teatrong Atenista! At mabuhay ang teatro ng kabataan!

GUELAN VARELA-LUARCA ARTISTIC DIRECTOR/MODERATOR

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company profile

Tanghalang Ateneo is the longest-running theater company of the Loyola Schools, Ateneo de Manila University. It sees itself as a theater company in the service of student formation, and by extension – given the Jesuit ideal of magis – a theater in service of the nation. Since its founding in 1972, Tanghalang Ateneo has grown from a fledgling band of student players to one of the country’s leading school-based theater companies. Over the years, TA, as it is lovingly known to its members and alumni, has focused on staging world and contemporary classics, Filipino originals, and documentary texts turned into theater pieces. Its productions have been noted for their thought, complexity, and aesthetic. It is a student-led theater company performing on par with the professionals. TA’s members come from diverse academic fields, and are trained in all facets of theater - from performance, to technical production and business. As a student-based theater company and organization, it prides itself in producing well-rounded members who are competent in all aspects of theater production. Many have pursued careers in theater, television, and film; many more use their theater experience to excel in management, law, teaching, media, and cultural work. National Artist for Theater Design Salvador Bernal, Doreen Fernandez, and Nenita Escasa were among the company’s advisers in the early years. Ricardo Saludo became the first Artistic Director and Moderator when Tanghalang Ateneo gained university recognition in 1979. Dr. Ricardo G. Abad succeeded him and became the company’s longest-serving Artistic Director and Moderator (1984-2014). In February 2014, ninetime Palanca winner Glenn Sevilla Mas became the company’s Artistic Director and Moderator. This year marks another changing of the guard as Palanca-award winning playwright Guelan Varela-Luarca, a product of Tanghalang Ateneo and a mentee of both Abad and Mas, takes on the leadership of the company. Acclaimed professional actors have graced its shows, and several outstanding playwrights, designers, and choreographers have served as members of its artistic staff, such as Naty Crame-Rogers, Rene Villanueva, Irma Adlawan, Noni Buencamino, Gino Gonzales, Teroy Guzman, Bodjie Pascua, Floy Quintos, Frances Makil-Ignacio, Myra Beltran, Leeroy New, and Ed Lacson, Jr. The company has received production grants from the Cultural Center of the Philippines, the Loyola Schools, the National Commission for Culture and the Arts, the Spanish Program for Cultural Cooperation, and the Japan Foundation. Its shows have been shown in campuses and venues across the country and abroad, notably in Shanghai and Taiwan as part of the Festival of the Asian Pacific Bureau of Theatre Schools, and in Belarus, Minsk for the International University Theatre Association Student Theatre Festival. The company’s past achievements have also facilitated the creation, in SY 2000-2001, of a degree program in Theater Arts within the Department of Fine Arts of the Ateneo de Manila University. Tanghalang Ateneo’s productions stimulate the imagination and provoke thought. Jesuit pedagogy fuses with theater arts to interrogate the Filipino social world so that students can invent themselves as critical Filipinos: sharp in thought, expressive in action, deep in faith and attuned to others – fellow players and audiences whose lives intersect with their own.

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curatorial team

GUELAN VARELA-LUARCA curator

Guelan Luarca is a published playwright and translator, actor and director for the stage. He has twice won First Prize in the Don Carlos Palanca Memorial Awards for Literature for his one-act plays “Mga Kuneho” and “Bait.” He recently adapted and directed Desaparesidos, based on the novel by Lualhati Bautista, and an adaptation of Mike de Leon’s film Batch 81, under the title AKO: Alpha Kappa Omega. He last directed Malou Jacob’s Batang Mujahideen for Tanghalang Pilipino. He teaches Directing, Shakespearean Performance, and Theater Theory in the Fine Arts Department, Loyola Schools, Ateneo de Manila University. He is the current artistic director of Tanghalang Ateneo, the longest-running college theater company in the Ateneo.

D CORTEZANO curator

D Cortezano is the Resident Technical Director of Areté, and a professor in Technical Direction and Lighting Design of the Ateneo Fine Arts-Theatre Arts Program, and PLV Theatre Arts Program. He is also part of the International Theater InstituteNetwork of Emerging Artist Professionals, under the Theater Education Committee.

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curatorial team

LAURA CABOCHAN curator

Laura Cabochan designs participatory experiences that intersect the arts, education, and development. She works with communities through theatre and has served as a teaching artist for different institutions locally and abroad, such as the Philippine Educational Theater Association (Philippines), CUNY-Creative Arts Team (United States), and Sengawa Theater (Japan). She currently teaches at ADMU’s Fine Arts Department and is completing her PhD in Educational Theater at New York University.

TATA TUVIERA curator

After a lengthy sojourn in the prairies of Canada, where he got his Masters in Design, Tata decided to return to the Philippines with a renewed appreciation for the vibrancy of Philippine culture and its theatre scene. He is a skilled photographer, makeup artist, and a drag superstar. Upon his return he had done set designs for TV, theater, and local & international events. He is also an instructor with the Ateneo’s Department of Fine Arts teaching set and costume design.

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GIANCARLO ABRAHAN curator

Giancarlo Abrahan is a writer, director & teacher. His filmography includes Sila-sila as director; Paki and Dagitab as writer & director; Transit and I’m Drunk, I Love You as writer. He recently directed Pilot Episode for Virgin Labfest 2020. At present, he is a lecturer at UP Film Institute, moderator of Dulaang Sibol, and workshop director of Linangan sa Imahen, Retorika at Anyo (LIRA). A member of Asia Pacific Screen Academy and an alumnus of Asian Film Academy and Locarno Filmmakers Academy.

ZOE DE OCAMPO curator

Zoë is a designer and theatre artist, and a recipient of the Loyola Schools Award for the Arts for Outstanding Work in Graphic Design. Their work focuses on the aesthetics of the kitsch, the Queer, the kalye, and the baduy. They most recently worked as co-director for the VLF online staged reading of Mongoloida’s Casa De Pun. For Tanghalang Ateneo: Antigone, Dolorosa, Alpha Kappa Omega, Janus 2, and Mga Kuneho. Elsewhere: Stop Kiss and VLF15; Fangirl and Huling Hiling Ni Darling.

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production heads

NICOLE CHUA

production management A wise philosopher once said: “It really hurts, ang magmahal nang ganito/Kung sino pa’ng pinili ko, hindi makuha nang buo/Hanggang gano’n na lang nga, kailangan ko ‘tong tanggapin/Na sa puso mo, mayro’n na ngang ibang umaangkin” Nicole Chua is the current Company Manager of Tanghalang Ateneo -- kaya tinitiis na lang ng lahat yung ganitong kalokohan niya. P.S. May isa pa siyang write-up (na mas maayos) sa souv prog na ito. Hanapin mo na lang huehue.

MEKAELLA MENDOZA production management/head stage management She joined TA during its 40th season and fell in love with Stage Management. She joined the SM Team for AKO (2019) and Antigone (2019) and now takes on the role of the Head Stage Manager for not just one but six online productions, alongside being a Production Manager for TAFest and HSM for yet another TA online production, Password: 03d1pu5_R3x. Her amazing team inspires her to explore and redefine the boundaries of theater in this online set-up. All her work is devoted to them and her Savior.

FRANCISCO YABUT production management/technical direction/sounds Yabs is currently a fourth-year Theater Arts student, under the Technical Theater track. He is mostly working on his skills in Stagecraft and aspires to work on it professionally. This will be his first work on Set Design. His past work of Technical Direction includes: ALPHA KAPPA OMEGA (2019), HUGPUNGAN (2019), ANTIGONE (2020).

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KRISTELLE VENTURA

production management/marketing Theater was the love of Kristelle’s life, but so was the law. In pursuing the other, she had to let go of where she felt freer. Now, she understands that there’s really no need to choose.

ANDREA SUDARIO

production management This is Andrea’s third year in the company. She feels honored and humbled to be working with talented and brilliant members who share the same passion for theater.

RAM CATAN

production management/finance Ram is a 3rd year BS MGT student currently shifting to BS MIS. Despite being a member of Tanghalang Ateneo for 3 years, Ram has yet to try stepping out of his comfort zone by engaging in tech work. Ram has experienced performing on-stage during Gilgamesh, AKO, and Antigone as well as assisted a production behind the scenes mostly of the sales team during TA season 41. While Bahay Tanghalan certainly provided him an opportunity to act in front of the camera, it also served as his ‘first experience’ of doing tech work for the organization.

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DARICE DELA CRUZ production management/documentation & publications Darice has been in TA for 3 years, trying various teams from production management to lights, mostly doing work under Documentation & Publications (DnP). She had been DnP Head for AKO (2019) and Dolorosa (2019). With the pandemic, she had thought that DnP has died; Darice was wrong. Continuing to struggle in collecting everyone’s write-ups, Darice misses taking photos in the theater. She is forever proud of her wonderful PC Central Board and of all the graphic designers in this festival.

HANNAH BAYONA

technical direction/lights Technical Direction was never in her plans when she joined TA as a freshman in college. Somehow, she ended up as Deputy Assistant Technical Director in Gilgamesh and Marisol. Hoping to learn more through experience, she took on her first headship for Technical Direction for Dolorosa. This marks Hannah’s second time working in Technical Direction as a head. She hopes that she, along with the other hard-working members of the organization, can pull it off with their big brains.

LUIS ANTONIO RAFAEL SUMILONG technical direction

Luis is a member who joined in Tanghalang Ateneo’s 41st season. He participated as a Set and Lights member for Antigone, and became a deputy for Technical Direction, Set, Lights, and Sounds for Top Girls. He is currently studying Theater Arts in the 2nd year, and is planning to take a minor in Education to be a teacher. He aims to be an expert in falling asleep in the hardest of places, like toilet stalls and concrete floors.

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KIM DONATO

head stage management She joined TA during its 40th season back in 2018 and grew deeper appreciation and empathy for stage management. She was able to hone her SM skills in TA40’s devised production “Alpha Kappa Omega” as an assistant stage manager and TA42’s online theater festival “Bahay Tanghalan” as a head stage manager.

ISABELLA DARANG

head & main stage management She joined TA as a Stage Manager during its 41st season with Antigone vs. The People of the Philippines as her trainee production. She honed her skills enough to be assigned as the Head Stage Manager for Top Girls, the finale production of the season. She is currently HSM for all 6 productions and the Main SM for 2039 of Bahay Tanghalan: TA Online Festival and the HSM for Password: 03d1pu5_R3x. She dedicates her love of theater to the people she works with and their craft.

ANGELIE FLORES

main stage management/ finance Pana-panahong Pagsuyo She signed up in TA Season 41 as a member of the Set Team, then went on to join the Lights, Marketing, and Sponsorship Teams. This season, she helps out with the financial matters as part of the FO. Having no prior ideas about how the org works, she revealed in her first interview as a trainee that she was interested in writing, only to be informed that it is not a role taken up by the students. This season however, this desire has come into fruition with PPP, which she also coordinated as SM.

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JULIA IMAI

main stage management Balay Dolor Everyone was caught off-guard with her powerhouse of a performance in her first debut as the main character Antigone during TA season 41. What is not surprising is that she is still a powerhouse as an Stage Manager this time around! She is definitely a gem worth keeping an eye on!

DEON SIH

main stage management/ marketing Bitaw Water. Earth. Fire. Air. Long ago, the four nations lived together in harmony. Then, everything changed when the Fire Nation attacked. Only the Avatar, master of all four elements, could stop them, but when the world needed him most, he vanished. A hundred years passed and my brother and I discovered the new Avatar, an airbender named Aang. And although his airbending skills are great, he has a lot to learn before he’s ready to save anyone. But I believe Aang can save the world.

CHRISTINE CHIU props

If psychology is Chiu’s loving wife, then theater is her passionate mistress. After becoming a Friend of TA (or FoTA) and a Props Member for Dolorosa, she signed up to be a trainee of the organization and worked as a Props Deputy for Antigone vs the People of the Philippines. Not long after, she became one of the Props Mistresses for Top Girls, and is currently taking on another headship (or six). All she dreams of now is a bucket of fries, a good night’s sleep, and a flying prop bird.

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RBIE MENDOZA set

Rbie joined Tanghalang Ateneo in its 41st season where she became a member in multiple production teams in her trainee prod: Antigone vs. the People of the Philippines. Right after this, she took up a set headship for Top Girls and is currently taking on the challenge of a being a set head in an online setting. All she wants now is for this pandemic to be over and be able to go back to doing theater alongside her friends she made through the pain of it all.

TRIXIE DELA CRUZ costumes

Trixie Dela Cruz joined Tanghalang Ateneo in their 41st season. She is currently studying management since she wants to become a successful business woman in the future. She joined many production teams when she was still a trainee, one of those were the costumes team. Her love for fashion and make-up pushed her to join. This was her first time to become the head of a production team. She wishes to have an acting role and many more leaderships roles in the near future.

PAULINE MATABANG finance

Finance lang ang malakas. May extra characters pa si Pau na available, gusto niya lang naman sabihin na minsan, gusto niya na lang talaga maging hatdog.

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ANDRE ENRIQUEZ marketing

Andre is one of the more “quirky” members of TA. He joined TA during its 41st season and took on his first informal role by being a stand-in house announcer. TA’s very own mail chimp, he is responsible for sending partnership e-mails to possible sponsors and teachers.

ELIEZHA NICOLE DE DUQUE promotions & publicity

Eliezha Nicole is constantly learning how to articulate happiness through the work that she does in theater.

ZOE TABABA

artistic team - graphic designer Zoe is a sophomore taking Diplomacy and International Relations, minoring in ipis slaying. Before joining TA, she already had a love for theater fostered by her mom who would take her to watch different productions since her childhood. She started out in TA as a Documentation & Publications (DnP) member for her trainee prod, Antigone vs. the People of the Philippines (2019), and took on her first headship in DnP for the unfinished Top Girls. This is her first prod as a graphic designer. Psalm 115:1

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production staff

PRODUCTION MANAGEMENT TA 42 Executive Board

HEAD STAGE MANAGEMENT Mekaella Mendoza Isabella Darang Kim Donato

MAIN STAGE MANAGEMENT Isabella Darang Lia Castro Alie Flores Joseph Garay Deon Sih Julia Imai Noelle Paterno Mikay Alba Renee French Alyssa Mari Ribo Marge Castaneda Monty Uy Migoy Arroyo Hannah Arias Jei Lorenz Sison Xavier Fabia Angel Maleriado

TECHNICAL DIRECTION Francisco Yabut Rafa Sumilong Hannah Bayona Franny Tan Ryan Reyes Raven Alvarez

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SET Rbie Mendoza Christine Chiu Jacob Tredente Arabes

PROPS Christine Chiu Audrey Mangibunong Rbie Mendoza Thea Judan Zoe Tababa Kate Biscocho

COSTUMES Trixie dela Cruz Ashley Somera Fie Isungga Ed Delgado Lars Salamante

LIGHTS Hannah Bayona Cole Dylan Yap Rbie Mendoza Christine Chiu Seth Arcilla EJ Ramos Nathan Arojo

SOUNDS Francisco Yabut Erick Gabriel Reyes Raven Alvarez Uriel Tibayan Nia Diaz

DOCUMENTATION & PUBLICATIONS Darice Dela Cruz Danilo Vaquilar

PROMOTIONS & PUBLICITY Eliezha Nicole de Duque Zoe Tababa Bianca Ferro Bea Jose EJ Ramos Alyssa Mari Ribo Moz Abubakar

FINANCE Ram Catan Pauline Matabang Alie Flores Fie Isungga Carmela Ruiz Vhea Flores Juan Mig Villanueva Enrico John Monasterial Alyssa Mari Ribo Erick Reyes Arvee Perez

WEB DEVELOPMENT Kathrina Dizon Clarizza Castillo Miggy Pinaroc Dan Restoles Franny Tan Darice Dela Cruz Kristelle Ventura Sofia Romero



BATCH 1 PRODUCTIONS

Inspired by the Poems, “The Passionate Shepherd to His Love” by Christopher Marlowe and “The Nymph’s Reply” by Walter Raleigh

Inspired by the Exodus Narrative

Inspired by Filipino folklore


BATCH 2 PRODUCTIONS

Inspired by Hans Christan Andersen’s “The Emperor’s New Clothes”

Based on George Orwell’s “1984”

Based on Edgar Allan Poe’s “The Raven”






























































































































sponsors & acknowledgements

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acknowledgements

TANGHALANG ATENEO and the BAHAY TANGHALAN: TA ONLINE FESTIVAL TEAM WOULD LIKE TO THANK Kenny Valladolid Jenald Elisan Jasmin Sudario Izza Diadio Arienne Amodia Nana Morante Ron Erasmo Lennyl Lacuesta Nicole Chiu Macky Rodil Miguel Gomez Bea Liberato Eti Villanueva Domingo Bayona Rowena Bayona Jose Estuar Regina Estuar Riona Estuar Jerico Zerrudo Bacchuz Cruz Venezeth Po Andrelin Ventura Mar Lorenz Jamero Jego Yap Angel Razon JP Apellido Elaine Flores Aina Pandapatan Prestine Pajarillo Christina Gonzales Allan Gonzales Alec Gonzales Allen Gonzales Anton Gonzales

Kizza Escareal Kelly Bitangcol Kaina Sera Jose Moirah Isabelo Paulina Linarez Jemina Lucena Nadine Altavas Chris Lacdao Liezl Duque Elisa Bacani Twaño China Castillo Enzo Castillo Kaye Perez Isa Obcena Martha Dalumpines Fannie Castillo German Castillo Sr. Joseph Dela Cruz Eliza Dela Cruz Erica Dela Cruz Aica Salangsang Zach Rondario Phil Condat Gian Largo Miguel Yamamoto Nicole Tolentino Kichee Pinera Kim Dimaapi Reana Dolor Haj Carpiso Lenzy Valenzuela Bernard Brocka Mark Tongol Carlos Virrey

Ulrik Espinosa Apol Martinez Francis Martinez Lance Martinez Sarah Katigbak Che Katigbak Luis Katigbak Marien Katigbak Nieves Castillo Kiana Carlos Bea Legata Shen Sta Maria Denise Castro Regina Distor Dani Patalinghog Teresa Barrozo Marilyn Mendoza Arnulfo Mendoza Rafman Santos Geronimo Santos Manolo Manuel Rina Arias Paolo Sumilong Lix Sumilong Anna Sumilong Rommel Sumilong Joycelyn Lim Ella Lim Tristan Chan Dom Vicente Inggo Cid Julia Santiago Marvin Keith Bautista Jelliza Letran

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acknowledgements

TANGHALANG ATENEO and the BAHAY TANGHALAN: TA ONLINE FESTIVAL TEAM WOULD LIKE TO THANK Dr. Jerry Respeto Hampton Fancher The Orwell Foundation Tetet Castro Titos Castro Alex Castro Toni Castro Abi Salazar Joseph Gangat Janella Gangat Ariane Gangat Jaggy Gangat Anton Lee Allan Darang Sandra Darang Juliana Darang Lana Darang Enzo Darang Marielle Ong King Puentespina Jam Puentespina Elaine Olbes Mark Ong Emma Reyes Eleanor Olbes Ysha Padie Claire Padie Edwin Padie Susan Ocrisma Missy Maramara Angeli Bayani Rofel Brion Joyce Buen Maria Lenee de Asis

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Macky McRae Zena Basilio Rochelle Rojo Marcian Noby Cueto-Matabang Peter Paul Matabang Kaizer Matabang Aya Malasig Erin Ambulo Dianne Dela Cruz Julia Carpio Maya Tababa Jose Tababa Alfred Tababa Christian Madarang Nilo Garbida


season 42 officers

NICOLE CHUA

company manager

KRISTELLE VENTURA

marketing coordinator

MEKAELLA MENDOZA secretary-general

ANDREA SUDARIO

special projects officer

DARICE DELA CRUZ

publicity coordinator

FRANCISCO YABUT theatre manager

RAM CATAN

finance officer

GUELAN VARELA-LUARCA artistic director

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