487150_10151486674051280_1986572751_n  What do directors Joel Lamangan, Jose Javier Reyes, Soxie Topacio, playwrights Bonifacio Ilagan, Ed Maranan, Jose Victor Torres and Jose Dennis Teodosio, comedians Lou Veloso. Arnell Ignacio and Manny Castañeda and comediennes Beverly Salviejo and Ms. Tessie Tomas, dramatic and character actors and actresses Ricky Davao, Tommy Abuel, Pen Medina, Ronnie Lazaro, Joonie Gamboa, Spanky Manikan, Richard Quan, Migui Moreno, Jao Mapa, Mia Gutierrez, China Cojuangco, Kakai Bautista and Ama Quiambao, and even the controversial Bb Gandanghari have in common? 
All of them, who are now considered as some of the entertainment and theater industries’ most respected personalities, are sons and daughters, of Gantimpala Theater, the dramatic arts company once headed by the late theater icon Tony S. Espejo.   
            How does one become a part of the Gantimpala family? The first step – join their summer workshop!
                        Starting April 1 to May 11, Gantimpala Theater, opens its doors to budding theater artists and to all who are interested to have a more memorable and meaningful vacation time through the 2013 Summer Musical Theater Workshop for Teens and Young Adults.
            Classes are every Monday, Wednesday and Friday, from 1pmto 5pm, wherein
workshoppers will learn how to act, sing, and dance in musical theater production, under the guidance of Roeder Camañag, singer, actor and director.
            Camañag says, “If you really are serious and passionate about acting then enroll in my class. There are lots of things to learn and discover not just acting techniques, also lessons in life that will make you a better person. I believe that art is created so that we can all be better human beings.”
            Enrollment is currently on-going at the 2nd Floor, Open-Air Auditorium Building, in Luneta, Manila. Tuition fee is P5,000.
            Gantimpala Theater is 36-year-old dramatic arts company with a theater season of the Four Classics – Florante at Laura, Kanser (Noli Me Tangere),Ibong Adarna and El Filibusterismo, the historical drama Katipunan: Mga Anak ng Bayan and the children’s Filipino musical Ang Prinsepe at ang Pulubi.
            This year’s summer workshop is in partnership with Santa Isabel College, Manila and the National Parks  Development Committee (NPDC).
For more queries, please call 528-0603 or send an SMS to 0921-528-6308. You may also like us at www.facebook/gantimpala or follow us on twitter, gantimpala_tf.

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