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Ateneo ENTABLADO brings Andres Bonifacio children’s book to life

Ateneo ENterteynmentparasaTAo, Bayan, LAnsangan, at DiyOs (ENTABLADO) honors Andres Bonifacio’s 150th birth anniversary by taking the children’s story Filemon Mamon, written by Christine Bellen, out of the book pages and into the stage. Sugod, FilemonMamon, adapted for the stage by Jethro Tenorio and directed by Jesus Ignacio, will showcase the organizations newest talents.

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Sugod, FilemonMamon!, tells the story of an impassioned and overweight student who strives to be Andres Bonifacio in their school play but due to his rotund physique, he is often type casted as the villain.In his journey towards his dream role, he meetsmultiple challenges but he soon realizes that his biggest hurdle is himself.

More than an entertaining children’s play, Sugod, FilemonMamon! feeds its viewers’ historical consciousness and brings the legacy of the great Katipuneroto stage. It also hopes to give its young viewers nuggets of advice on identity, improvement, and courage.

PLAY DATES:
November 19-23, 26-30 – 7:30pm
November 23 and 30 – 2pm

VENUE:
Rizal Mini Theater, G/F Faber Hall, Ateneo de Manila University

For inquiries and ticket reservations, please contact Athena Cartagena (09359105123) or visit facebook.com/SugodFilemonMamon.

Ang Ateneo ENTABLADO (ENterteynment para sa TAo, Bayan, LAnsangan at DiyOs) ay ang natatanging sosyo-pulitikal na pangkat panteatro ng Pamantasang Ateneo de Manila. Itinatag ito nina Nappy Navarro, Revy de Mesa, Trisha and Caloy Colayco, Don Selorio, Alvin Flores, at Fr. Rene Javellana S.J. noong 1983.

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