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Benilde Dance Program produces stage play ‘Beneath’

Produced by Benilde’s Dance Program and in collaboration with Team Elite and Team Package Makers, Beneath is a thesis dance theater production of Carlos G. Serrano III, who is both the director and producer of the play, and currently taking Bachelor of Performing Arts in Dance at Benilde. This production will show dance performances about the unexplored familiar in the society. The show aims to inspire and educate on the reality of the interrelation of things that people experience every day and often go unnoticed that this reciprocal relation all boils down to one root cause.

The theme is inspired by the marginalized, underprivileged, and underrepresented sectors of the society such as women and children, LGBT, senior citizens, farmers, fisherfolk, persons with disability and those living in informal settlements. These types of people have the same needs as much as what dance needs as well – the need to be seen and be felt. The event will be graced and be given with full entertainment through featuring different homegrown renowned artists.

The impending eviction incite to anger and disorder among the tenants of the land. The property owner is now facing the challenge to decide what measures to be done to solve the issue. Will this situation stir his compassion for the tenants or will he let his personal interest blind him?

Performances will be at the SDA Theater, 5th Floor, School of Design and Arts Campus, De La Salle-College of Saint Benilde. Show dates will be from Friday, December 1, 2017 at 1 PM and 7 PM to December 2, 2017 at 1 p.m. to 7 p.m. Tickets are priced at P200 each and can be purchased by contacting Jasmin Morales at 0917-8531348 and Shannon Balangue at 0917-5151383.

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