Dennis Marasigan, Theater Arts program head, is bound for Moscow, Russia to present his study in the Scientific Conference at the 12th World Congress of the International University Theater Association on August 20-24.
He is the Philippines’ representative along with the Cultural Center of the Philippines (CCP) and CCP’s resident acting company, Tanghalang Pilipino.
The World Congress of the International University Theater Association is a culminating activity for theater educators and theater youth from partner countries to discuss university theater developments and challenges. It holds debates, round-table discussions and presentations of experiences in the theater education.
He is to present his entry titled, “The Practice of Theater as Therapy in the Philippines,” being one of the chosen educators from the Congress’ participating countries in the said event.
MINT College is proud to have Marasigan, who is a decorated screenwriter, actor, director and producer for both theater and cinema, as both faculty and head of the Theater Arts program.
Established in the Philippines in 2010, MINT College provides tertiary and secondary level education that is relevant, engaging for students, and taught by industry professionals. MINT offers programs in business, arts and technology with a cross-disciplinary approach strictly adhering to internationally accepted standards. MINT students thrive in a collaborative environment immersed in creativity and engaging activities that prepare them for real-world application.
College programs currently offered are in Business: Entrepreneurial Management, Marketing, Music Business Management; Design and Visual Arts: Multimedia Arts, Film, Theater Arts; and Technology: Computer Science, Information Technology. Senior High School tracks are currently offered in Arts and Design; Accountancy, Business and Management (ABM); and General Academic. MINT has recently launched the School of Fashion, which offers a 1-year and 2-year Certificate Program.