TAMALI: Mapua Tekno Teatro’s latest play explores Filipino morality

Publicity materials for TAMALI, from Mapua Tekno Teatro’s Facebook page

Written by Jessica Namujhe and directed by Antonio Luis Mercado, TAMALI is about a person who wasn’t given the chance to be heard, considered as world’s enemy no.1 and was always looked down by other people faces a challenge in his life. He finds his self trying to help a person to commit a suicide attempt. Before he even knew it, he was caught in the middle of an argument where they weigh which is wrong and which is right. Who will emerge as the victor of this argument? Will his side finally be heard?

Mapúa Tekno Teatro, the official theatre group of Mapúa Institute of Technology, will be celebrating the 91st Foundation Week of Mapúa Institute of Technology, and will offer a stage play that won Best Play for Dramafest 8, entitled Tamali, written by Jessica Namujhe and directed by Antonio Luis Mercado.

 

 

The production will be on January 29 & 30, 2016 at Mapúa Intramuros Seminar Room. There will be three shows per day (10:30 am -12:00 nn, 1:30 pm – 3:00 pm & 3:00 pm – 4:30 pm). The shows are open for all including “non-Mapúan audience”. Shows are on a pay-what-you-can basis which means we will not be selling entrance passes every show. Instead, we will just be accepting voluntary donations from the audience after each show.

 

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