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Tanghalang Tikom XI: Silence Breaks Barriers

Tanghalang Tikom XI: Silence Breaks Barriers

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By CORHEINNE JOYCE B. COLENDRES and MARIA ANTOINETTE A. MALICSE DESPITE THE lack of sound, silence can be both compelling and evocative. It is a loud expression that can echo a variety of meanings. In its 11th year, the Communication Arts Students Association held its annual Tanghalang Tikom, which aimed to tell silent narratives that exhibit certain points of concentration. Staged at St. Raymund de Peñafort Building rooms 101 to 103 from May 16 to 19, and produced by all junior Communication Arts students, Tanghalang Tikom has again shown stories can still be told, despite silence being consistent in the act. Solitaria by Spectra Productions Solitaria discusses the story of how people are willing to do anything, even the most hideous things, if it meant that they could get th