DO,WAGER: a performance diptych on the vestiges of the Philippine American War
Written by Claro de los Reyes
Devised by Claro de los Reyes and the Atlantic Pacific Theatre ensemble
Directed by Brisa Areli Muñoz and Artem Yatsunov
Join us for a limited remount run of Atlantic Pacific Theatres "DO,WAGER: a performance diptych on the vestiges of the Philippine American War"
Atlantic Pacific Theatres performance diptych play format juxtaposes two distinct theatre experiences in a single presentation. In the case of "DO,WAGER", Part 1 is a devised participatory history play utilizing educational theatre conventions while Part 2 is an experimental one act play. APTs performance diptych plays aim to band together theatre artists, public artists, and educators working to create an experience that situates itself between: history-based education, participatory theatre, and the experimental theatre tradition.
The play premiered in 2018 at the Downtown Art where Atlantic Pacific Theatre served as artists-in-residence.
ATLANTIC PACIFIC THEATRE is a theater company that creates theatre works, community programs, and social practice art experiences towards cultural equity for and with the Asian Pacific Islander (API) diaspora community and beyond. We aim to enhance the publics understanding, empathy, and awareness of the API diaspora in local and transnational contexts. The company's underpinning values of cross cultural exchange and pluralism center our work on polycultural narratives between communities of color across geographical borders.
Playwright: Claro de los Reyes
Devised Theatre Artists: Claro de los Reyes, Ben Weber, and Brisa Areli Muñoz.
Director: Brisa Areli Muñoz
Director: Artem Yatsunov
Assistant Director: Marion Lopez
Producer: Claro de los Reyes
Lighting Designer: Robert Thaxton-Stevenson
Poster Art: Alex Tarampi
CAST: Laura Cabochan, Claro de los Reyes*, Teisha M. Duncan, Angie Garcia-Go, Precious Sipin, Robert Thaxton-Stevenson, Ashley C. Turner*, Ben Weber
*These Actors are appearing courtesy of Actors' Equity Association.
*This production is an Equity Approved Showcase
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