Saturday, June 25, 2011

Virgin Labfest 7: Set A & B (June 29-July 10)

Tanghalang Pilipino Foundation, Inc. and The Writer's Bloc present Virgin Labfest 7 (VLF7) to be held at the Tanghalang Huseng Batute in Cultural Center of the Philippines (CCP) on June 29-July 10, 2011. On its 7th year, VLF is a laboratory theater where untried, untested and unstaged plays are presented. There will be 5 Sets of plays: Set A, C & D has 3 one-act plays, Set B has 1 full-length play and Set E (VLF Revisited) showcases the 3 best one-act plays of the year 2010.
Sunday, July 3, 2011 - 3:00 PM & 8:00 PM
Saturday, July 9, 2011 - 8:00 PM
Sunday, July 10, 2011 - 3:00 PM

written by Rachelle Rodriguez and Wennielyn Fajilan
directed by Riki Benedicto

How will Liz and Red make their relationship work if time is not on their side? 6:00 AM—that’s the only time they see each other… and the moment does not last long. Liz, a nurse, is on her way to morning duty while Red, a call center agent, is just coming home from graveyard shift. Conversations, make-outs, jealousies, fights and make-ups happen during this short span of the early morn. Every day, they are left with no other choice but to continue these hanging vernal issues – the morning after.

Via Antonio as Liz
Noel Escondo as Red

written by Juan Ekis 
directed by Christian Vallez

Alvin and Mina go back to their ancestral home for the NCCA's tribute to their dying father who is a National Artist for Music. As Alvin settles down in his old bedroom, Mina enters and asks if she can sleep in his room. She could not sleep because of the Music being played in the house. Mina thinks it sick that their father is having a "funeral" even before he is dead and that his having cancer was just an excuse to get them to go home. Alvin could not understand her resentment towards their father. As Alvin tries to hide his feelings towards his adopted sister, Mina tries to sleep away the demons of their family's past in the comfort and solace of her brother's room.

Joel Parcon as Alvin
Frankie Pascua as Mina           

written by Dingdong Novenario 
directed by JK Anicoche

Kafatiran is a story of love and freedom. At the dawn of the Philippine revolution, another revolution is brewing. Deep within the ranks of the Katipunan is a special faction composed of young men who are smart, art-loving, and sometimes a bit too mild-mannered. Young Antonino Corpus wants to join this special faction and goes through some tests to know if he does belong into this group. Unfortunately, the night of Antonino’s recruitment is also the night that sparks the Philippine revolution and the recruitment house was surrounded by several guardia civil. Should they leave the place where they are free to be themselves so that they can attain true freedom? Should they finally come out?

Acey Aguilar as Francisco Martinez           
Abner Delina as Antonio Corpuz           
Jerald Napoles as Icasiano Lirio               
Marco Viaรฑa as Roberto Bauzon           

Thursday, June 30, 2011 - 3:00 PM & 8:00 PM
Wednesday, July 6, 2011 - 3:00 PM
Friday, July 8, 2011 - 8:00 PM

by Carlo Pacolor Garcia 
directed by Paul Santiago

Just another typical night at the theater: the director’s mad, stage manager’s losing his wit, and the actors are, well, acting up—until one by one, they all start dying. Then the fun suddenly begins: who’s out to get a bunch of old and forgotten stars trying to get another break; why here and why now, why The Portrait; perhaps a prank,a pure coincidence; or has the past finally decided to play cat and mouse? It was a dark and stormy night, indeed, and everyone’s a suspect. Look sharp, find your light, and break a leg!

Mailes Kanapi as Candida       
Che Ramos as Elsa           
Christian Bautista as Eddie            
Roeder Camaรฑag as Director       
Paolo Rodriguez as Bitoy            
Olive Nieto as Paula            
Chromewell Cosio as Kritiko          
Kathlyn Castillo as Patsy           
Acey Aguilar as Charlie       
Yong Tapang as Stage Manager   
Rolando Inocencio as Manolo       
Skyzx Labastilla as Cora           
Russell Legaspi as Tony             
Irene Delarmente as Pepang      
Joel Saracho as Perico       

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