Now Streaming: PETA’s ‘Babae Ang Bukas’ Play with Music is Online
Babae Ang Bukas, PETA’s play with music, is now streaming online in celebration of International Women’s Month.
Jointly crafted by PETA and Oxfam, the play showcases the experiences of Filipinas during the COVID-19 pandemic. The stream is part of OXFAM’s Babae ang Simula, Babae ang Bukas Festival. Oxfam is a humanitarian and development organization which advocates for gender equality.
The cast features Joann Co, Naths Everett, Gold Villar-Lim, Ericka Peralejo, and Ada Tayao as the instrumentalist. They are joined by ensemble members Jovy Vieja, Julio Garcia, and Ciloi Villasor.The play is written by Michelle Ngu-Nario and directed by Maribel Legarda. Also in the Artistic Team are Neil Daza (Director of Photography), Bene Manaois (Editor/ Projectionist), Myke Salomon (Musical Director/ Arranger), Ada Tayao (Music Composer), Julio Garcia (Production Designer), and Jay Lorenz Conanan (Costume Designer).
There will also be a special watch party for the show on March 26, 3pm at the PETA Plus Facebook page, to be hosted by Kakki Teodoro.
You can watch the full production below.