Friday, November 26, 2010

Sipat Lawin Ensemble's Imperio Animalia First Run Today and this Weekend at U.P. Diliman

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EVERYBODY SING: Old McDonalds had a farm, E-I-E-I-O!
Sipat Lawin Ensemble's back in a backpack! 
IMPERIO ANIMALIA First Run this weekend in UP DILIMAN! 
Nov 26 (Fri) - 4pm & 7pm, College of Music 
Nov 27 (Sat) - 10am & 3pm, AS Steps, Palma Hall
Nov 28 (Sun) - 10am & 3pm, Vargas Museum Parking Lot
For questions/inquiries, PM us on Facebook or text 0917-5008-SLE(753).


Sipat Lawin Ensemble's device-work adaptation of George Orwell's 'Animal Farm'
Featuring Claudia Enriquez, Meila Romero, Ness Roque and Sarah Salazar
Directed by JK Anicoche

Sipat Lawin Ensemble is an edge-work site-specific theater company composed of the young Theater Arts alumni of the Philippine High School for the Arts and their collaborators. The Ensemble focuses on creating new works for the stage to be performed in alternative performance spaces. Sipat Lawin engages in ensemble and collaborative work as the group aims to develop a shared urban community theater experience among artists and audiences inside and/or outside the four walls of the theater.

SIPAT LAWIN derives its name from Dulaang Sipat Lawin, the resident theatre company of more than 30 years of the Philippine High School for the Arts in Mt. Makiling. The name depicts the freely roaming hawks of Mt. Makiling whose broad range of sight reflects the company’s scope of theatre aesthetics, development, social involvement, awareness and sense of artistic creativity and freedom.

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