ANG PAGLILITIS KAY MANG SERAPIO
WITH DUENDE THEATRE

September & November 2018

  • Written by Paul Dumol
  • Directed by Carl Cariño

Considered by many to be a modern classic, ANG PAGLILITIS KAY MANG SERAPIO sets the audience in a courtroom of beggars to watch a trial unfold. The defendant is an elderly beggar named Mang Serapio, who is accused of harboring a child, which affects the communal income of the association of beggars (The Federaçion).

As the trial unfolds, the audience is faced with a harrowing and thought-provoking story that’s centred on morality in the face of extreme poverty, and the flaws in a judiciary that feels all too familiar.

Ang Paglilitis Kay Mang Serapio was nominated for nine BroadwayWorld Awards and won two, including Best Director and Best Featured Actress.

  • Written by Paul Dumol
  • Directed by Carl Cariño

Considered by many to be a modern classic, ANG PAGLILITIS KAY MANG SERAPIO sets the audience in a courtroom of beggars to watch a trial unfold. The defendant is an elderly beggar named Mang Serapio, who is accused of harboring a child, which affects the communal income of the association of beggars (The Federaçion).

As the trial unfolds, the audience is faced with a harrowing and thought-provoking story that’s centred on morality in the face of extreme poverty, and the flaws in a judiciary that feels all too familiar.

Ang Paglilitis Kay Mang Serapio was nominated for nine BroadwayWorld Awards and won two, including Best Director and Best Featured Actress.

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