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FEU Theater Guild restages “Ang Pinakamakisig sa mga Nalunod sa Buong Daigdig”

By Seymour Barros Sanchez

THIS October, the Far Eastern University Theater Guild, in partnership with the FEU President’s Committee on Culture, will once again bring to life Ang Pinakamakisig sa mga Nalunod sa Buong Daigdig, one of the organization’s most successful plays, at the PCC Center Studio.

The musical production, which will close the theater company’s 84th season, is based on Teresa Lorena Jopson’s adaptation of the short story “The Handsomest Drowned Man in the World” by Gabriel García Márquez.

It will be helmed by FTG Artistic Director Dudz Teraña.

This is the second time for Teraña, who is also a senior member, director and actor of the Philippine Educational Theater Association, to direct the musical and the third time for him and FTG to collaborate with Jopson on her adaptation of a García Márquez’s work.

In 2014, the group staged Makikitawag Lang Ako, Jopson’s take on the chapter I Only Came to Use the Phone from the book Strange Pilgrims by the great Colombian writer.

Ang Pinakamakisig sa mga Nalunod sa Buong Daigdig, which FTG first staged last year, will have the production’s original cast teaming up with the organization’s new members to take the audience once again to a musical journey to a small, remote town by the ocean.

In an island where life is stagnant and stale, the body of a drowned man washes ashore. As the people of the town try to discover his identity, the barren island will soon change. How would they react when they find out that he is taller, stronger and more handsome than any man they have ever seen? How would this creature change their lives forever?

The musical production will run from October 3-6, 10-13, 17-20 and 24-27, 6:30 p.m., at the PCC Center Studio on the ground floor of FEU-Manila Technology Building. Tickets are at PhP100 for members of the FEU community (with valid ID) and PhP200 pesos for regular viewers.

The FEU Theater Guild is a non-profit university-based organization that has built a reputation on contemporary plays, quality productions and adventurous live theater.

For inquiries, contact FTG at 09970765168 or at 736-4897 c/o PCC, or visit its social media accounts, and Twitter @feutheaterguild.


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Seymour Barros Sanchez
Seymour Barros Sanchez is an advocacy filmmaker, communication and film professor, freelance writer, and producer for news and current affairs programs. He is a fellow of the 17th Lopez Jaena Community Journalism Workshop (organized by the University of the Philippines College of Mass Communication), 21st Iligan National Writers Workshop(organized by the Mindanao State University – Iligan Institute of Technology) and 9th Palihang Rogelio Sicat (organized by the UP Departamento ng Filipino at Panitikan ng Pilipinas). He is also a graduate of the 14th Ricky Lee scriptwriting workshop for film and the first Brillante Mendoza film workshop.

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