Ateneo Entablado Presents Jose Javier Reyes' Kung Pap’ano Binabalatan Ang Butung-Pakwan, Nov. 24By Gibbs22manila @gibbscadiz
Directed by Entablado alumni Zennon Gosalvez and Lemelen Palad, this play by Jose Javier Reyes will be performed by the newest members of the organization.
The play tells of a dysfunctional family struggling against the woes of the middle-class society. While their father is busy attending to his womanizing and their mother preoccupies herself with attempts to climb the social ladder, Boyet and Girlie struggle with coming-of-age predicaments including love, sex, and identity crisis. Meanwhile, their maid, Inday, suffers the rigors of urban life and her ruthless boss.
"Kung Pap’ano Binabalatan ang Butung-Pakwan" will have its gala night on November 24, 2012 at the Fine Arts Theater, Gonzaga Hall of the Ateneo de Manila University.
Contact Andy Sadava (0922-8098222) or email@example.com for ticket reservations. Visit ateneoentablado.org for further information.
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