"Wagayway" ["Unfurl"]

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Nadera, Victor Emmanuel Carmelo Daelo, Jr. (Philippine playwright, poet, professor, psychologist, writer, researcher, performance artist, journalist, editor, translator, 1964- ), "Wagayway" ["Unfurl"],

a 60-minute drama with performance and installation art in the Tagalog language, in three scenes,


© 1994 by Victor Nadera, Jr., in Daloy Journal, Vol. IV, No. 1 (1994), script/rights available from playwright, 809 Centro Street, Sampaloc, Manila, Philippines. Cited by playwright to present author April 5, 1996, via postal mail from Madeleine Nicolas, OIC, Dramatic Arts, Sentrong Pangkultura Ng Pilipinas (Cultural Center of the Philippines), Roxas Boulevard, Metro Manila, Philippines, P. O. Box 310, Manila, telephone 832-11-25 up to 39, cable CULTURECEN Manila, telex 40518 CULTURE PM, fax (632) 832-3683, May 3, 1996. Immediate contact regarding this author and his plays is possible through Steven P. C. Fernandez (tibo) via email tibo@cc1.msuiit.edu.ph, home page http://www.msuiit.edu.ph/ipag, MSU-Iligan Institute of Technology, 9200 Iligan City, Philippines, telephone (063) 881-4050 516-172. home:517-398. Nadera says,

Dramatis Personae

"Don Felipe (m)

"Doa Marcela Agoncillo, wife of Don Felipe, designer of the Philippine flag (f)

"Madam Betsy Ross, designer of the American flag (f)

Synopsis "The m,nage . trois marital affairs of Don Felipe, Doa Marcella Agoncillo, and Madam Betsy Ross reflect the martial affairs of the Philippines and America, then and now, especially the love-hate ambivalence.

Comment "Sand occupies the stage as time changes. The integral early jazz music depicts the 19th century, and a triad of assigned colors mirrors the Philippine color. Part I is Stars, Part II is Sun, and Part III is Moon.

"The celebration of Philippine Independence inspired the piece."

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