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DLS-CSB’s Sining LABinsiyam returns on a hybrid setup with ‘Orgullo Compound’

AB Theater Arts students Batch 119 of De La Salle-College of Saint Benilde is coming back on stage with their production, “Orgullo Compound”, in collaboration with one of Philippine’s prominent playwrights, Dr. Layeta Bucoy.

The play is directed by Jenny Logico-Cruz and the set design by Tuxqs Rustaquio.

Orgullo Compound is a perceptive study of one’s unwillingness to meet halfway with the changes in their lives and surroundings. The parallelism between the professional and personal lives of the characters is reflected in how they
manage their conflicts. As the story unfolds, the residents seek for resolution to rebuild their crumbling bonds.

Witness a glimpse of the lives of Teofie and Janus Orgullo with the rest of the compound on July 29 to August 12 (12:00 A.M. to 11:59 P.M. PST).

Tickets are available at for 250 PHP only.

For more information on Orgullo Compound, contact SiLAB through the following channels:
Facebook: Sining LABinsiyam
Twitter: @SiLAB119
Instagram: @SiLAB119

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