Arts and Culture / Kids and Family

Dugtong-Dugtong na Sumbong (Ang Hukuman ni Sinukuan)


Through a grant from the National Commission for Culture and the Arts (NCCA), Tanghalang Pilipino (TP) presents Dugtong-Dugtong na Sumbong (Ang Hukuman ni Sinukuan), the third production in its 24th Theater Season (2010-2011) that celebrates the National Artist as a modern Filipino IDOL.

Adapted for the stage by Liza Magtoto, Dugtong-Dugtong na Sumbong (Ang Hukuman ni Sinukuan) is based on National Artist for Literature Virgilio Almario's re-telling of the popular tale. It combines a folktale about the mosquito that is common to a lot of Asian countries with one that is uniquely Filipino about the kingdom of Mariang Sinukuan in Pampanga.

With music by Jed Balsamo and production design by Patty Eustaquio, the play promises to be a fun and exciting feast for all the senses where set pieces ingeniously transform into costumes that turn actors into different characters right before the audience's eyes. The production will be staged under the artistic vision of Tess Jamias, an alumna of the TP Actors Company whose directorial work for TP includes R.A.W., The Lover, Pamaypay, Kutsilyo, Yantok, and most recently, Apples from the Desert.

This musical play for children of all ages features spectacular performances from actors who sing, move, and play musical instruments while giving life to a variety of animal characters. The cast of multi-talented performers include Nina Angela Rumbines (as Mariang Sinukuan), Abner Delina, Marc Anthony Falcon and Michael Ian Lomongo.

Venue: CCP Tanghalang Aurelio Tolentino (Little Theater)

Contact Details:
For ticket inquiries, please call TP office at (63 2) 832-3661 or (63 2) 832-1125 locals 1620 & 1621, CCP Box Office at (63 2) 832-3704 or Ticketworld at (63 2) 891-9999.
Share on Tumblr
Schedule/Venue
This event has expired.
Cultural Center Of The Philippines (CCP)
CCP Complex

Roxas Blvd. cor. Pablo Ocampo Sr. St., CCP Complex
Pasay, Metro Manila, Philippines



Talk about this event
ClickTheCity reserves the right to delete comments containing advertising, personal attacks, and any other objectionable content.