A GAME OF TROLLS
DAKILA in cooperation with the Philippine Educational Theater Association (PETA) and the Active Vista present A GAME OF TROLLS, a Martial Law Musical for Millennials on September 16, 2017, Saturday, 8:00 pm at the PETA Theater Center, 5 Eymard Drive, New Manila, Quezon City.
A GAME OF TROLLS, #aGoT the Musicale, is the story of Heck, a troll whose indifference makes him the perfect keyboard warrior for Bimbam, the manager of a ‘call center’ that runs an online pro-martial law campaign. His lack of attachment to any belief can be used to make him unleash callous words to anyone who comments against the martial law days. Ghosts of Martial law victims haunt him from the internet cloud, where they fear being erased as people slowly forget their stories. The encounters forced him to reflect on his own beliefs and his relationship with his mother, a former Martial Law activist.
The convergence of these efforts of PETA, DAKILA and Active Vista evokes the power of the creative form in educating millennials on this turbulent time in Philippine history, in encouraging the youth to look beyond memes and online propaganda, in provoking critical discourse on pressing human rights concerns, and in inspiring the Filipino public to courageously resist another dictatorship and fight for human rights and dignity.
VIP DONOR – 2,500
ORCHESTRA CENTER – 1,200
ORCHESTRA SIDE – 1,000
BALCONY – 800
By purchasing tickets to the show, you shall be supporting DAKILA’s efforts in building its Active Vista Learning Center for Human Rights education and MartialLaw.PH, a digital museum of Martial Law in the Philippines. For ticket inquiries, please contact us at email@example.com or message us at 09178638055. You may also fill out the google form at http://bit.ly/2viPkoG. Deadline of payment is on September 8.
Your support will truly contribute to our humble efforts to reclaim Filipino heroism towards a truly free, democratic and progressive Philippine society.
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