Tanghalang Ateneo presents 36th season line-up


Now on its 36th season, Tanghalang Ateneo will be staging plays that explore man’s need to define himself and his place in the world. With the theme “Navigating Identities,” the theater company proudly presents the production line-up for this school year:

written by Han Ong
translation by Ronan B. Capinding
direction by Ed Lacson Jr.
August 2014
This adaptation of Frank Wedekind’s modern classic “Spring Awakening” centers on four high school students who seek their identities in a world dominated by adults.

written by Glenn Sevilla Mas
an adaptation of Ma. Milagros Geremia-Lachica’s
     “Sa Pagtubu kung Tahud/Upon the Growing of the Spur”
direction by Ronan B. Capinding
November-December 2014
This Palanca-winning full-length play is about a young man from the Visayas who seeks guidance in navigating his teenage years but finds none from his family. The young man is overwhelmed by the fact that no one understands him as he navigates his way through life on his own.

written by Samuel Beckett
translation by Rolando S. Tinio
direction by JK Anicoche
February 2015
The play revolves around two characters, Vladimir and Estragon, who patiently wait for the arrival of a mysterious someone named Godot.


final_ta36posterFor inquiries, contact Acel Go through or (0916) 480-2195.

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Tanghalang Ateneo is the longest-running theater company of the Loyola Schools, Ateneo de Manila University, growing from a fledgling band of student players to one of the country’s leading school-based theater companies.


*KALATAS is an official media partner of Tanghalang Ateneo for Season 36.


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