“The real challenge for the students is to find what makes their target market ‘tick’, something that will make them mobilize for these campaigns,” MMA Program Head Lizza Gutierrez shared. “It’s something that even real advertisers struggle with, and only a few creative professionals managing to pull off.”
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.
With the showcase of the seven plays by MINTeatro, the school’s thespians have proven themselves to be a talented troupe that knows how to wield their ‘theater magic’ the best way possible.
He greatly believes in “working with a purpose”, setting the direction of the effort exerted in a project. Like a true-blue MINT alum, he also strive to create and bring out something new, and forge strong relationship among his peers, taking note of his time here in school where he got to work with various schoolmates from different programs. He also appreciates how experiences, especially since college, paved the way that he is walking on now.
It was a once-in-a-lifetime event for Music Business management students and other attendees to hear from OPM artists themselves their experience in surviving and thriving in the local music scene.