From one question to another, both speakers have made several points about the theater in a real setting. As a parting message, Trinidad left the future thespians with a witticism that they’ll surely remember, “It’s not about you. The show will go on, with or without you. Get over yourself.
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MINTeatro’s MINT Senior High Theater Arts students recently concluded their Friday productions, “Stage Our Souls.” The series started from February 1 until March 1 at the Playhouse. Unlike their previous stages, this time they went minimal with their set-up—having only chairs and spotlights to work with onstage.
Nowadays, adults and young people alike turn towards creative pursuits such as drawing, crafting, writing, singing or dancing to relieve stress. These allow them a temporary respite from negativity and high emotions that come with everyday life.
To kick off 2019, MINT Theater Arts (TA) program head Dennis Marasigan, opened a free workshop on “Expressive Arts Therapy”, led by arts therapy trainee, Inna Marie Abronega, for MINT students.
“I had to make it universal and powerful. In essence, I had to carry on the playwright’s vision and message. I wanted everyone to learn more about the reality beyond the play that you saw” - Kiefer Sison