The Far Eastern University or FEU Theater Guild (FTG), one of the most active university-based theater organizations in the country, closes its 83rd theater season with a major production. For the said season, the President’s Committee on Culture and FTG will showcase an original play entitled “FEED” written and directed by Dudz Teraña, FTG’s artistic director and senior PETA (Philippines Educational Theater Association) artist and teacher. He is known for his original plays such as Confessions, Usapang X, Sampung Minuto Kada Buwan, and staging of plays such as Dominique La Victoria’s “Ang Bata sa Drum,” Risa Jopson’s “Makikitawag Lang Ako,” and Allan Lopez’s “Anatomiya ng Pagibig.”
FEED is a dance, physical and experimental theater which uses the beauty of poetry and spoken words to explore the world of Philippine social media. Some of the poems includes classics by Philippine National Artist Nick Joaquin. The play tackles how the public handles the political, socioeconomic issues of the country. It showcases interactions among millennials and how they function in this digitally-immersed world.
FTG’s “FEED” will run from April 19 to 21, April 26 to 29 and May 3 to 5, 2018, 6:30pm at the PCC Center Studio, Ground Floor of the Technology Building, FEU Manila. Tickets prices are PHP100 for FEU students, alumni, and staff members1 with valid ID, and PHP150 for guests.
Due to the intimacy of the staging for this production, there will be limited seats offered.
For queries, please contact Elle Barrios: 09970765168 (Globe) and/or Therese Ailes: 09284862708 (Smart).
You can also contact the President’s Committee on Culture at (02) 736-4897 or visit the FEU Theater Guild’s social media accounts for more details.
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