a documentary theatre performance
Directed by Jesca Prudencio
An international collaboration with People Of Interest (U.S.) and Pineapple Lab
6053, R. Palma Street, Barangay Poblacion, 1210 Makati
July 12 at 8:00pm, July 13 at 8:00pm
Featuring Bong Cabrera, Bunny Cadag, and Opaline Santos
Devised in collaboration with the ensemble
Designed by Justin Humphres, Dramaturg Mark B. Mirando
NYC Fil-Am director/choreographer Jesca Prudencio returns to Manila to reimagine this original documentary theatre piece exploring the Answers & Questions surrounding people affected by the drug problem in the Philippines. Based on interviews conducted with real people living in barangays around Manila, this captivating interactive production tackles "the problem" through testimony, karaoke songs, and zumba dance with a team of Filipino and American theater artists. Only 2 performances!
a short film by Erin McGuff-Pennington & Adam Grannick
In production summer 2019 in New York
A Filmelodic production
"American Quartet" is a short film set in the near future, in which the newest digital device is a diary. The device, owned by everyone, records only each individual's emotions and memories for the purpose of retrieving and re-experiencing them. This film draws on the increasingly divided ideological divisions in our country, and suggests that technology, instead of dividing us, can be used to create connection and empathy toward those with ideologies unlike our own.
The great leap
by Lauren Yee
September - November 2019, Chicago
Steppenwolf Theatre Company
When an American basketball team travels to Beijing amidst tensions in the late 80s, past relationships collide with present day revelations. Witty and weighty, this Chicago premiere explores cultural barriers, political risks and personal sacrifice. Lauren Yee’s The Great Leap is sure to be compelling to basketball fans, history buffs and everyone who has ever had a dream.