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YATTA presents play on children’s rights

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A musical theater on children’s rights by the Youth Advocates Through Theater Arts (YATTA) will be launched on 4 July 2010 at the Little Children of the Philippines’ Gymnasium at 9:30 am.{{more}} Another show is slated at the atrium of Robinsons Place on July 11 at 3 pm.

Taytayan ni Fabian, a story of friendship and truth with a colorful and energetic twist filled with songs and dances, is written by Hochi Benitez with music by Hope Tinambacan and Chrizzy Villas. It is directed by Nikki Cimafranca.

A metaphor of the rights of children, the story revolves around a little girl who grew up under the bridge. She is under the care of a cat and a mouse who wouldn’t allow her to go up the bridge to protect her from danger. Unmindful of all the things she was instructed to follow, she finally climbed up the bridge and met a group of street children who work for a syndicate.

YATTA strives to tap the youth’s create potentials. The play is part of an effort by the group to produce plays that can raise consciousness on important issues in various communities. Fabian is produced with a grant from the Philippine Educational Theater Association-Children’s Theater Program. It is a youth-led and youth directed production.

For inquiries and future bookings, please call 4225713. (Ian Casocot/SU CAC)

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