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Maoyu Transit: A Puzzle in Grief

Maoyu Transit: A Puzzle in Grief

“Kailan mo ba ipapawalang-sala ang sarili mo (When will you absolve yourself)?” Maoyu Transit was a story of healing and respite. Co-directed by Ma. Cecilia Foja and Jemina Rose Macasaet, the production was a simple yet endearing exploration of twists and bumps. Written and managed by Erin Balbin, the show…
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Hanggang Sa Muli: Testing Strengths

Hanggang Sa Muli: Testing Strengths

By FATIMA B. BADURIA   THE ILLNESSES of society can be the roots of appalling personal adversaries. Normally, when these problems attack, one would devise a counterblow. However, if the enemy possesses formidable strength, running away can be the only option.  Even building defenses may prove to be futile in…
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Kisapmata: Mga Boses ng Kamalayan

Kisapmata: Mga Boses ng Kamalayan

By ABIGAIL M. ADRIATICO & DAWN DANIELLE D. SOLANO   ANG UTAK ay may makapangyarihang papel sa pang araw-araw na pamumuhay ng tao. Pinamamahayan ito ng sari-saring boses na tumutulong upang maintindihan ang mga hindi inaasahang kaganapan sa kaniyang kapaligiran. Bagama’t ito ay nakadisenyo ayon sa kaniyang pangangailangan, maaari pa rin…
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COVID 19 Virologues: Staging the Societal Plague

COVID 19 Virologues: Staging the Societal Plague

By FATIMA B. BADURIA & RAMON CHRISTIAN G. PLACIDO A COMMON enemy threatens the globe that preys on mankind. It is transmitted through physical contact, thus restricting close proximity. However, the virus proves to be more powerful than anticipated. Seemingly, masks, face shields, and disinfectants cannot obstruct its more profound contamination…
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Kalayò: Bridging the Gaps

Kalayò: Bridging the Gaps

By RY PHILIP JACO T. GALVAN DISTANCE IS measured by how far two bodies or objects are apart. For the romantics, it is measured by how close hearts are to one another.  Regardless, distance becomes a mere construct when both parties fight for love together. In their 39th season, Artistang…
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Cleaners: Art against Oppression

Cleaners: Art against Oppression

By RYAN PIOLO U. VELUZ FROM the arid scrubs stroking the surface of the dusty floor, a strident sound shrouds the quarters of Ms. Dimaguiba’s classroom. Heightened by the boisterous conversation of the cleaners, the room transforms into an arena of juvenile arguments and mischievous plays. However, the blaring echoes…
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