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February 8, 2014

Pluwent at the GSIS Theater

Theater night is near as U.P. Manila’s Philippine Arts in partnership with Maralitang Innamorato stages Pluwent at the GSIS Theater on February 11, 7 P.M.

Directed and written by former child star Ryan “Atong” Redillas, Pluwent is a play that underscores the value of family despite the myriad highs and lows of being in one.
The story revolves around a group of Filipinos living under one roof in sunny California each with very distinct idiosyncrasies that keep them at a row and conflicted with one another. Very much like what it is in a typical household where heads fly, blood is spilled and care always implied.

Moreover, there will be dancing and singing, cursed karaoke, a lot of running, Christmas, and a split second of nudity. You will want to keep your eyes peeled.

With the unique brand of Filipino extroversion and humor, this play will have underscored our barbarism, punctuated our diversity, drawn out our charms, and highlighted our reasons for trudging on though hope desert us and care wear us down.

Pluwent is indeed a timely as it tries to make sense of why we carry on and attempt to dream in the wake of pain and tragedy.

Ryan Redillas has been teaching since 2006 under the Department of Arts and Communication in U.P. Manila. Throughout his stint he has supervised and directed many play productions such as Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet, Ibong Adarna, etc.

Pluwent in particular was written by him in memory of his father Romeo R. Redillas.

Contact Details:
For inquiries about ticket prices please contact Kristin Bonifacio at (63 917) 840-6638 or email
GSIS Theatre
Financial Center

Financial Center, Roxas Blvd.
Pasay, Metro Manila, Philippines
Tuesday February 11, 2014

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