Artistang Artlets

Artistang Artlets, (official name during establishment: The Arts and Letters Theater Guild; now colloquially known with the abbreviation AA), is a Filipino theatre company founded by Marie Luz Datu and Nicolas Galvez, Jr. at the University of Santo Tomas. It was subsequently recognized as the official theatre guild of the UST Faculty of Arts and Letters.[1][2][3]

Artistang Artlets
Founded 3 July 1980 (3 July 1980)
Founders Marie Luz Datu
Nicolas Galvez, Jr.
Type Theatrical productions
Location
Affiliations University of Santo Tomas
UST Faculty of Arts and Letters
Philippine Educational Theater Association

AA is composed of writers, composers, actors, musicians, choreographers, and other theatrical production staff from the UST Faculty of Arts and Letters, constantly partnering with Teatro Tomasino and the Philippine Educational Theater Association for several productions.[4]

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Production Details
Year Title Venue
2020 Sundowning[5] Online
2018 Balikan[6] Albertus Magnus Auditorium, Manila
2017 VAW Experiential Museum[7] PETA Quezon City Theater
2016 Pendulum[8] Albertus Magnus Auditorium, Manila
2013 Dyip[9]
2012 2B Kontinyud[10]
2010 Anatomiya ng Pag-ibig[11] Rizal Auditorium, Manila
  1. Tuazon, Joseff (1 December 2017). “The VAW Experiential Museum is an excellent eye-opener about the silent everyday plight of women”. GMA News. GMA News. Retrieved 30 March 2021.
  2. BusinessWorld (28 October 2020). “Pandemic inspires online performance” (online). BusinessWorld. BusinessWorld. Retrieved 30 March 2021.
  3. University of Santo Tomas. “UST Faculty of Arts and Letters Student Organizations”. University of Santo Tomas Faculty of Arts and Letters. Retrieved 30 March 2021.
  4. Tabora, Brylle (1 October 2010). “Artistang Artlets gives twist to major play” (6). The Varsitarian. The Varsitarian. Retrieved 30 March 2021.
  5. The Varsitarian Staff (10 September 2020). “Artistang Artlets celebrates 40th anniversary with one-act play” (Online). The Varsitarian. The Varsitarian. Retrieved 30 March 2021.
  6. Santos, Denis (6 March 2018). “IN PHOTOS: UST Artistang Artlets brings ‘Balikan’ to life”. Dailypedia. Dailypedia. Retrieved 30 March 2021.
  7. Philippine Commission on Women. “PCW launches ‘experiential museum’ on Violence Against Women”. GOVPH. Republic of the Philippines. Retrieved 30 March 2021.
  8. Jacinto, Andrea Jamaica (5 May 2016). “Artistang Artlets’ Pendulum: A Review”. The Flame. The Flame. Retrieved 30 March 2021.
  9. Wheninmanila. “Artistang Artlets Brings Theater Play “Dyip. Wheninmanila. Vince Golangco. Retrieved 30 March 2021.
  10. The Philippine Star (10 December 2012). “UST Artlets stages theater production of gaming life”. The Philippine Star. The Philippine Star. Retrieved 30 March 2021.
  11. TomasinoWeb. “Anatomiya ng Pag-ibig”. TomasinoWeb. TomasinoWeb. Retrieved 30 March 2021.
  12. Villanueva, Lee (19 July 2007). “Winnie Cordero Funny girl on and off the air”. The Varsitarian. The Varsitarian. Retrieved 30 March 2021.
  13. Santos, Tomas (24 December 2010). “Mga ina ng tula at dulaang Filipino pinarangalan sa ika-26 Gawad Ustetika”. The Varsitarian. The Varsitarian. Retrieved 30 March 2021.
  14. Theaterfansmanila.com. “Isay Alvarez Seña Takes Center Stage in Artistang Artlets’ Panacea”. Theater Fans Manila. Theater Fans Manila. Retrieved 30 March 2021.

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