Mulat: Ang Hindi Sinukuan sa Arayat

The Philippine culture is very rich in folklores and legends that narrate the beginning of most elements and how it will end if abused. Most of the stories impart morals and principles to the people especially to the youth. Mulat: Ang Hindi Sinukuan Sa Arayat,  which is based on a ff, Mariang Sinukuan, now wants to convey a message on how mining and its valuable currency can escalate to a more repressing issue that may lead to environmental and cultural degradation. Synopsis follows below:

In a small community in the mountain of Arayat, there lived a girl named Liway who is always out to find new things around her especially in the forest, she considers it her home whereas her ancestors were also domiciled. One day, the guardian or diwata of the mountain who always admire her passion for adventure and love for nature, Mariang Sinukuan, revealed her powers before her eyes. Suddenly a repressive corporation desired to abuse their healthy land for their own greedy purposes.

How will Liway and her community defend their land?

Mulat: And Hindi Sinukuan sa Arayat is a dance theatre thesis production of Justin Ray Salvatierra Diolazo that revolves around the journey and battle of Liway and her indigenous community as they try to defend their beloved land from the destructive  hands of the environmental exploiters who are hungry for wealth and domination. It also entails a deeper and wider view on the power relations of nature, the army, the community, and the youth.

Performances will be at the Black Box, Sixth floor, School of Design and Arts Campus, De La Salle-College of Saint Benilde. Show dates will be from Friday, July 28, 2017 at 7 PM to Saturday, July 29, 2017 at 1 PM and 7 PM. Tickets are priced at PHP 150.00 each and can be purchased by contacting Patricia Bautista at 0917 842 5013 and Francesca Bernardo at 0917 665 6339.

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Cheska Vasallo (Liway) and Director Justin Diolazo working on a thanksgiving dance for Mariang Sinukuan.
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The nymphs Alyana Tolentino and Gianina David showing off their best dance to the Director.
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Justin Diolazo, the Director, after the rehearsal talking about the dancers’ improvements for the rehearsed scene.
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The Assistant Choreographer, Neul John Casagan, translating what the Director is saying in sign language to our deaf dancer, Inah Abrasaldo.

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