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Dance production showcases the effects of technology

Kigginawan: The Hidden Island, which juxtaposes technology and culture, is a thesis production to be staged by dance majors of De La Salle-College of Saint Benilde (DLS-CSB) on Dec. 6 and 7, 1:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m., at the SDA Theater at the School of Design and Arts (SDA) Campus.

Dance production showcases the effects of technology
Members of the cast of Kigginawan ‘The Hidden Island’ rehearsing for the big day.
Directed by dance major Lea Klariza Roque and written by theater arts student Kyle Gabriel Confesor, the comedic production narrates the story of a tribe in Kigginawan, a fictional virgin island, and how the dynamics of their society will be greatly affected by the introduction of technology. It triggers a reflection on Filipino culture as it shows how the 21st century gift of advancement may either be a way to find or degrade the value of preserved history.

Regular tickets are priced at P200, while the discounted student price is P150. For ticket inquiries, contact +63939 215 5594 or +63905 559 7648.

The SDA Theater is located at 5/F De La Salle-College of Saint Benilde, School of Design and Arts Campus, 950 Pablo Ocampo (Vito Cruz) Street, Malate, Manila.

Topics: Kigginawan: The Hidden Island , De La Salle-College of Saint Benilde , Lea Klariza Roque , Kyle Gabriel Confesor
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