Daddy's Girl: From Page to Stage to Video

Uploaded on: Aug 28, 2020
About Daddy's Girl: From Page to Stage to Video

Naniniwala ka ba sa soulmate?
Paano kung nahanap mo nga siya pero forbidden naman pala ang relationship niyo?
Kwentuhan tayo kasama ang “Daddy’s Girl” team to talk about how this intriguing story came to life, from page to stage to video!

Featuring the Daddy’s Girl team:

Dingdong Novenario
Playwright, IT professional, Fitness instructor. Playwright of VLF’s Kafatiran (2012), Nothing But Dreams (2017), and Full House Theater Company’s Ang Huling El Bimbo The Musical (2018-2019).

Nicolas B. Pichay
Poet, Playwright, Lawyer. Hubert Humphrey Fellow, Asian Cultural Council Scholar, Palanca Hall of Fame, Philippine High School for the Arts.

Robin Estargo
Film/TVC Director, Producer, Cinematographer. Filmmaker of Fireflies (thesis film, 2019) and Director of Ruru and Space Onigiri music videos.

Skyzx Labastilla
Actress, Culture and Arts Program Officer. Known for Dulaang UP’s Ang Dalagita’y ‘Sang Bagay na Di-Buo (2019) and Rody Vera’s Indigo Child (2016).

Marco Viaña
Actor, Artist-teacher, Stage and Costume Designer. Known for Tanghalang Pilipino’s Pahimakas sa Isang Ahente (2014), Coriolano (2019), and Katsuri (2019).

Hosted by:
Meann Espinosa: Actress, Artist-Teacher.
Also known for PETA’s "William", Tanghalang Pilipino’s "Manila Notes" (2018), "Charot" (2019).

Creative team:
Creative Producer: Ellen Ongkeko Marfil
Segment Producer: Aimee Bertulfo
Editor: Deanne Capiral
Cover photo: Jham Tejome

ALSO STREAMING on Pelikulove's Blackbox:
🎥 Rody Vera's “Indigo Child” back-to-back with Q&A with veteran theater director José Estrella on stage directing, women, and the importance of theater in this time. Hosted by poet and playwright Atty. Nicolas Pichay.
🎥 Maynard Manansala’s “Dalawang Gabi” back-to-back with Q&A with playwright Maynard Manansala and actress Meann Espinosa on Dalawang Gabi: From Real to Fiction, On Love, Rejection, and Recovery. Hosted by actress Opaline Santos.

And the rest of the Lakambini Series!


Why “Lakambini Series”?

“Lakambini” is the female equivalent of “Lakan” which means “chieftain”. The meaning changed to “muse” in recent history.

In this series, we’re reviving its true meaning, in commemoration of the 145th birthday of Gregoria de Jesus / Ka Oriang, who chose “Lakambini” as her alias in the Katipunan during the Philippine Revolution. This series aims to celebrate the different “lakambini” in the field of arts as well as feature works that champion women’s perspective on various aspects of life.

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