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Fluid

De La Salle-College of Saint Benilde's Technical Theater Program Batch 111 invites us last July 24 at SDA Theater School of Design and Arts Campus, wherein they proudly present their reinterpretation of the Palanca Award Winning Play "Fluid", written and directed by Floy Quintos.  It runs from July 25 to 26 with 1pm and 6pm show to the said theater at 950 P.Ocampo St, Malate, Manila.

Photos from Fluid Press Kit.

Stage Actor Kalil Almonte is so damn hot. (Photos from Fluid Press Kit)
Fluid is a comedy about young Filipino contemporary artist struggling to make name for themselves as they struggles between Love, Art and Compromise. It first run in UP in 2004 and in Ateneo in 2007.

The cast of Fluid are all professional actors. Red Turnip Theater's Ana Abad Santos, Kalil Almonte who play's Amir was last seen in"Sintang Dalisay" and Games People Play. JC Santos is a regular actor/performer in HK Disneyland and Singapore's Universal Studios, Russel Legaspi was seen in this year's labfest. Amihan Tanedo Ruiz and Gel Basa both act in "Breakaway Antigone, and Tony Falcon is a musical theater Actor.

The Technical Theater Batch 111 is comprised of the Bachelor of Arts Major in Technical Theater students of De La Salle-College of St.Benilde, its a three year and one term course that trains students to become professional Production Managers, Stage Managers, Lighting Designers and Technical Directors.

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