The Integrated Performing Arts Guild (IPAG) has engaged close to 50,000 audiences nationwide closing its 32nd Season last March and ushering its 33rd this month.
Capping the season with performances that have become forums for issues like peace and the environment, IPAG too showcased its remarkable theatre in 36 performances of five productions including its signatures Tales From Mindanao and Tatlo sa Isa and the transcreations of poems in the well-received SugaTula.
Sugatula was Mindanao’s representative in the 2010 Tanghal National Theatre Festival in Manila.
In the last month, IPAG highlighted events like the Earth Hour countdown in Cagayan de Oro (March 27) and the Spanish Art Festival at the Xavier University (April 21).
Moreover, the 32nd Season distinguished the IPAG for the performance studies that it contributed to the country teaching transcreation, aesthetics, production management, and audience development in various forums and workshops in Bacolod, Iloilo, Pagadian, Cagayan de Oro, Cebu, Baguio, and Manila.
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