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William Shakespeare’s The Merchant of Venice: Filipino translation/adaptation

The Actors’ Repertory Theater (ART) on its 12th Theater Season announces the staging of William Shakespeare’s The Merchant of Venice which is a Filipino translation/ adaptation.

One of the important objectives of the production is to give the audience insights in several school subjects such as Filipino and English Literature wherein the play serves as a topic of discussion in analysis and book reporting such as: Humanities for art appreciation, Values Education given that all plays have moral lessons and good values which are adaptable to the formation of the youth.

The elementary pupils and secondary students from both public and private schools are invited to watch the stage production.

Participation of both public and private schools shall be subject to the no-disruption¬of-classes policy as stipulated in DepEd Order No. 9, s. 2005 entitled Instituting Measures to Increase Engaged Time-on-Task and Ensuring Compliance Therewith.

This activity is also subject to the no-collection policy as stated in Section 3 of Republic Act No. 5546, An Act Prohibiting the Sale of Tickets and/or the Collection of Contributions for Whatever Project or Purpose from Students and Teachers of Public and Private Schools, Colleges and Universities (Ganzon Law).

More information may be inquired from:

Mr. Jerold R. Igharas
Production Manager
The Actors’ Repertory Theater (ART)
2035-SM Sampaguita Street
Pandacan, Manila
Mobile Phone Nos.: 09 18-241-9465; 0915-254-5658
Facebook Account: theartphil@yahoo .com
Facebook Fanpage: www.facebook.com/theart.pinas
Facebook Group: THE ART – The Actors’ Repertory Theater
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