WE CHOOSE TO GO TO THE MOON: Project Mayheim Productions blends theatre and the internet

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Project Mayheim Productions is a theatre production company composed of young thespians. Aiming to produce shows that would showcase new playwrights and give an avenue for budding and veteran stage performers to share their talents, Project Mayheim will be staging a devised play inspired by the words of John F. Kennedy, WE CHOOSE TO GO TO THE MOON. WE CHOOSE TO GO TO THE MOON is directed by Fitz Edward Bitaña, an aspiring director from the University of the Philippines and the current Artistic Director of Project Mayheim Productions. It will be a part of Fringe MNL this year.

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WE CHOOSE TO GO TO THE MOON is a play about those who do not know how to dream, who are lost and those who turn into lunatics within the world of the internet. Using the art of theatre and multimedia mapping, the play’s goal is to showcase different types of formula to reach the height of nirvana and show how they can slowly destroy one’s heart, body, mind and being. The play/material is a compilation of stories of love, sex, relationships, drugs, and many more, centered solely on the inter-net. The story plays around the unlimited parameters of online chatting, pornography, social media and more through the eyes of a variety of mixed personalities and persona.

This will be a collaborative work among the actors and our playwright, Sir Vladimeir Gonzales.

  • Showdates: February 21, 4pm and 8pm February 28, 4pm and 8pm
  • Venue: Cultural Center of the Philippines Tanghalang Huseng Batute

 

For more details, visit the Project Mayheim Productions FB Page.

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