PETA’s A Game of Trolls goes online

The Philippine Educational Theater Association (PETA) has completed 55 yearsM Anniversary by streaming Troll game, Lisa Magtoto’s Martial Law Musical, On April 22 and 23.

This is a video of an original live performance of 2017. The lyrics, composition, format and music are directed by Vincent de Jesus.

Troll game Following Heck, an online troll whose indifference leads him to work for Bimbam, the manager of a troll center that runs an online pro-martial law campaign. The ghosts of victims of martial law then begin to haunt him from the Internet cloud, educating Heck about the atrocities of the time before deleting their stories. Encounters force Hack to reflect on his own beliefs and his relationship with his mother, a former military law officer.

“We want to make a strong contribution to the flood of misinformation and historical revisionism. We want to tell a strong and compelling story about the abuse of Marcos this year, “said Cecilia” CB “Garrucho, president of PETA, during the April 7 online press launch.

‚ÄúPETA remains steadfast in its mission to use art to reflect human stories and examine the past and present. PETA Executive Director Maria Gloriosa “Bang” Santos Cabangan said in a statement that “now is the critical time to use the theater as a vehicle for introspection and truth telling, using the theater as a beacon of truth.”

By streaming the musical instrument, PETA’s goal is to “reach 56,000 of the 67 million registered voters who are expected to troll polling stations in May, reaching out to 8,000 young people.”

Troll game Starring Mike Solomon, TJ Valderrama, Upeng Galang-Fernandez, Gail Guanlao-Bilons, Vince Lim, Gold Villar-Lim, Lemuel Sylvestre, Joseph Madriaga, Kiki Bento, Gilbert Onida, John Moran, John Moran, Joy Moran . , Jasper Jimenez, Ada Tayao, Lea Espalardo, Icee Po, Nieves Reyes, Dan Cabrera, Jason Barcial, and Justin Castillo.

Troll game April 22 and 23 flow Ticket price for watching video on demand is P150. For tickets and bulk searches, contact Mitch Go at 0917-539-1112. The trailer will be seen – Michelle Ann P. Soliman

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