The Performance Laboratory, Inc. presents two fresh and provocatively steaming plays this September. These new Bacolod stage plays will be held at the new Black Box Theater of the Cultural Hub in The Negros Museum.
Back-to-Back Bacolod Stage Plays
HUBAD and WALANG IWANAN is a back-to-back theatre performance directed by Renee Posecion and Fundz Tipon II, respectively. They are two of PerfLab’s founding members.
Both plays defy the social construct of human relationships and challenges. But they give a critical understanding about its complexities.
Hubad is written by Rody Vera and Liza Magtoto. It features a comic story between a couple struggling in their marriage. They attempt to explore their sexual fantasies to bring back the fire in their relationship.
It was originally staged as one of the outstanding productions of the Virgin Labfest at the Cultural Center of the Philippines in 2006. However, this staging will mark Renee Posecion’s directorial debut.
About Walang Iwanan
Veteran playwright and theatre artist, Fundz Tipon II, will direct the other play, Walang Iwanan. Written by Palanca Hall of Famer, Rene O. Villanueva, the story follows two characters caught in an adulterous relationship. The audience will get to witness a dramatic and bold narrative into the lives of these two.
These Bacolod stage plays will be shown on September 20, 26, 27, October 4 and 5, at 7:30 in the evening.
Sustainable Bacolod Theater Community
PerfLab continues to stir the community for a sustainable theater movement in Negros Occidental. So the production of these Bacolod stage plays is also collaborative in nature. They feature written works of critically acclaimed Manila playwrights alongside diverse local theatre artists of Bacolod City.
For audience discretion, the plays are classified as Rated-18 and for adults only. There is limited seating available at the venue per performance night. All interested audiences are encouraged to purchase tickets ahead of time.
For inquiries and ticket reservations, you may contact Noel Pahayupan. He may be reached at (034) 433-4764 or mobile number 0945-966-8095.