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BIODATA OF ROLANDO S.

TINIO
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Academic degrees Non-degree studies Teaching experience Major awards received Books published Newspaper columns written Touchstones Totally Tinio In Black & White Kuwentas Klaras Totally Tinio Partially Tinio People are talking aboutthemselves Poems published Poem/Poem cycles set to music and performed Lyrics for songs recorded Other original lyrics recorded Other translated lyrics recorded Operatic arias, art songs, songs from Broadway musicals and pop songs translated and performed Other translated lyrics performed Religious lyrics published Short story published Critical prose published Palanca prize-winning plays Plays translated and produced Complete vocal works translated Plays directed on stage Operas/operatorio/operetta/zarzuelas/musical directed on stage Ballets choreographed Staging for television productions Teleplay directed Sets and costumes designed for the stage Sets and costumes designed for television Screenplays written TV documentary written Teleplays written Roles played on stage Roles played on film and television 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 3 8 9 16 17 19 21 22 22 22 22 26 26 28 29 31 31 33 33 37 38 38 38 38 42 42 43 43 44 45

BIODATA: ROLANDO S. TINIO


Name: Rolando S. Tinio Sex: Male Date of birth: March 5, 1937; [Died: July
7, 1997]

Place of birth: Tondo, Manila,


Philippines

Civil status: Married to Ella Luansing


(1945-1991) in 1969; with two children: Antonio Dante (b. 1970)and Victoria Angeles (b. 1972)

Founder and Artistic Director, Teatro Pilipino (1975-92) Academic degrees:


1955 Bachelor of Philosophy, University of Santo Tomas (Manila, Philippines) 1958 Master of Fine Arts in English: Creative Writing (Poetry), State University of Iowa (Iowa City, Iowa, U.S.A.)

Non-degree studies:
1967-68 British Council Scholarship in Drama, Bristol University Drama Department (Bristol, England)

Teaching experience:
1958-66 Instructor, Assistant Professor, Associate Professor, English Department, Ateneo de Manila University 1966-72 Professor, Theater Arts Program (Department of Communication), Ateneo de Manila University 1972-75 Professor and Chairman, Department of Literature, Ateneo de Manila University 1988-90 Professorial Lecturer, Theater Arts Program (Department of Speech and Drama) University of the Philippines

Major awards received:


1967 Ten Outstanding Young Men (TOYM) Award for Drama Manila Cultural Heritage Award (Patnubay ng Kalinangan) in Drama 1977 Quezon City Cultural Award in Literature (Gantimpalang Quezon sa Panitikan) 1978 Outstanding Alumnus Award (University of Santo Tomas) 1991 National Book Award (for Kristal na Uniberso)

1993 Gawad CCP for Theater Arts 1994 Gawad Pambansang Alagad ni Balagtas sa Tula sa Pilipino [1997 National Artist for Literature and Theater]

Books published:
1972 Sitsit sa Kuliglig, Heart-Throbs and Other Beats 1974 Pilipino sa Pamantasan (style book for the Ateneo de Manila University) [mimeo only] 1975 Dunung-Dunungan, Heart-Throbs and Other Beats 1989 Kristal na Uniberso, Ateneo de Manila University Office of Research & Publications 1990 A Matter of Language: Where English Fails, University of the Philippines Press 1991 Ang Trahedya ni Hamlet, Prinsipe ng Dinamarka, University of the Philippines Press 1994 A Trick of Mirrors: Selected Poems in English and Pilipino, Anvil Publishing & Cacho Publishing House [2001 May Katwiran ang Katwiran at Iba Pang Dula, University of the Philippines Press]

Newspaper columns written:


Touchstones, Metro Manila 1977 "A matter of language," Feb. 17, p. 15 "An 'accident' of history," Mar. 1-15, p. 27 "Pilipino now," Mar. 16-31, p. 27 "A breach in our intellectual life," Apr. 1-15, p. 19 "The artist and his audience," Apr. 16-30, p. 17 "What does it mean to know a language?" May 1-31, p. 19 "Our un-Filipino airport," Jun. 1-15, p. 19 "On being happy with what we've got," Jun. 16-30, P. 19 "Humanism for the masses," Jul. 1-15, p. p. 19 "Translating pop songs," Jul. 16-31, p. 23 "Ethnika and us," Aug. 1-15, p. 31 "After the cultural revolution," Aug. 16-31 "The folly of cultural chauvinism," Nov., p. 55 "What is a good film?" Dec. 1-31, p. 23 1978 "The problem of awards," Jan. 1-31, p. 25 Totally Tinio, The Manila Chronicle, Entertainment page 1986 "For alternative TV," Oct. 14, p.19 "All those myths about TV viewers," Oct. 22, p. 13 "Shoot that ball! or shot it be shoot the writer?" Oct. 29, p. 12 "TV drama is incredible," Nov. 5, p. 13 "What's in a comedy?" Nov. 12, p. 11 "TV is for the birds!" Nov. 19, p. 15 "What stars really are," Nov. 26, p. 15

"Why our drama is worse than bad," Dec. 3, p. 15 "Cultural sin," Dec. 10, p. 15 "Vicious circles of culture," Dec. 17, p. 13 "The ricemills of our mind," Dec. 31, p. 14 1987 "Dancing the tinikling," Jan. 7, p. 15 "The irrelevance of 1social relevance'," Jan. 14, p. 15 "Where have all the committed artists gone?" Jan. 21, p. 15 In Black & White, Philippine Daily Globe, Op-Ed page 1987 "Do we have to be courageous too?" Oct. 19, p. 5 "And when our saint comes marchn' in," Oct. 22, p. 5 "Two tales for the President," Oct. 24, p. 5 "Remembering the coup," Oct. 26, p. 5 "Our faith in government," Oct. 29, p. 5 "Time for our national dance," Oct. 31, p. 5 "Our problem with identity," Nov. 2, p. 4 "An innocent abroad," Nov. 5, p. 5 "Basic concepts we live by," Nov. 7, p. 5 "The girls of Subic and Clark," Nov. 9, p. 5 "A demand for compassion," Nov. 12, p. 4 "The new Balintataw," Nov. 14, p. 5 "Where a coup would be nice," Nov. 16, p. 4 "Walking a tightrope," Nov. 19, p. 5 "In aid of the anti-dynasty bill," Nov. 21, p. 5 "The backside of family-centeredness," Nov. 23, p. 4 "The 1977 Metro Manila Filmfest," Nov. 26, p. 5 "Working with language," Nov. 28, p. 4 "Two bills on culture," Nov. 30, p. 4 "The unheeded problem of the opera," Dec. 3, p. 5 "Does Filipino really exist," Dec. 5, p. 4 "The romantic problem of Cory Aquino," Dec. 7, p. 4 "The failure of education," Dec. 10, p. 5 "A need for ivory towers," Dec. 12, p. 4 "My teacher said," Dec. 15, p. 5 "Requiem for a technocrat," Dec. 17, p. 5 "Two visions of man," Dec. 19, p. 5 "The MET and the MMC," Dec. 21, p. 5 "Dear Santa," Dec. 24, p. 5 "Dear Conrad," Dec. 26, p. 4 "Thinking of time," Dec. 29, p. 4 1988 "The Licad phenomenon," Jan. 3, p. 4 "Being cultured," Jan. 5, p. 5 "Populist culture," Jan. 7, p. 4 "The baroque in us," Jan. 11, p. 5 "The need for elitism," Jan.y 13, p. 5 "Thinking of thinking," Jan. 15, p. 5 "I wonder...," Jan. 18, p. 5 "Art, Haughty and Haute," Jan. 21, p. 5 "The Gonzaga revelations," Jan. 23, p. 5

"The meanings of `nationalism'," Jan. 25, p. 5 "Cutting corners," Jan. 28, p. 5 "Americanizing ourselves," Jan. 30, p. 5 "Downward mobility," Feb. 1, p. 5 "A way of life," Feb. 4, p. 5 "Miracle on Quezon Avenue," Feb. 6, p. 5 "The great Filipino housewife," Feb. 8, p. 5 "Under da saya," Feb. 11, p. 5 "Three-day hoax," Feb. 13, p. 5 "Changing names," Feb. 15, p. 4 "Is mass art the quesiton?" Feb. 18, p. 4 "The masses as audience," Feb. 20, p. 5 "Art for a change," Feb. 23, p. 5 "Going Asian," Feb. 26, p. 5 "Structure or culture?" Feb. 28, p. 5 "The barong tagalog," Mar. 1, p. 4 "The immodest Filipina," Mar. 3, p. 5 "EDSA rituals," Mar. 5, p. 5 "Sin singing," Mar. 7, p. 6 "Finders, weepers," Mar. 10, p. 5 "The sociology of clothes," Mar. 12, p. 5 "Report from Down Under," Mar. 14, p. 5 "Anatomy of prejudice (1)," Mar. 16, p. 5 "Anatomy of prejudice (1)," Mar. 19, p. 5 "Dining with squatters," Mar. 22, p. 5 "Common sense," Mar. 24, p. 5 "Keeping one's common sense," Mar. 26, p. 5 "Cardinal Thin in Sydney (1)," Apr. 21, p. 5 "Cardinal Thin in Sydney (2)," Apr. 23, p. 5 "Cardinal Thin in Sydney (3)," Apr. 25, p. 4 "Cardinal Thin in Sydney (4)," Apr. 28, p. 5 "Cardinal Thin in Sydney (5)," Apr. 30, p. 5 "Cardinal Thin in Sydney (6)," May 2, p. 5 "Tales out of Sydney," May 5, p. 5 "Conversations on Japan," May 7, p. 5 "Japanese encounters," May 9, p. 5 "Pilgrim in progress," Jun. 9, p. 4 "The boys from Belgrade (1)," Jun. 12, p. 4 "The boys from Belgrade (2)," Jun. 14, p. 5 "Lessons in Medjugorje (1)," Jun. 16, p. 4 "Lessons in Medjugorje (2)," Jun. 18, p. 4 "Ivan & Jakov," Jun. 20, p. 4 "Miracles a la carte (1)," Jun. 23, p. 4 "Miracles a la carte (2)," Jun. 25, p. 4 "Miracles a la carte (3)," Jun. 27, p. 4 "Miracles a la carte (4)," Jun. 30, p. 4 "Miracles a la carte (5)," Jul. 4, p. 5 "Miracles a la carte (6)," Jul. 7, p. 5 "Miracles a la carte (7)," Jul. 9, p. 5 "Medjugorje sweet & sour," Jul. 14, p. 4

"Moscow memories (1)," Jul. 17, p. 5 "Moscow memories (2)," Jul. 19, p. 4 "Moscow memories (3)," Jul. 21, p. 4 "Moscow memories (4)," Jul. 24, p. 4 "Moscow memories (5)," Jul. 28, p. 5 "Moscow memories (6)," Jul. 30, p. 5 "Brown sound," Aug. 2, p. 4 "Pickin' on apples," Aug. 7, p. 5 "In gray & gray," Aug. 28, p. 4 "The value of x and y," Sept. 3, p. 5 "Teaching in Filipino," Sept. 5, p. 5 "Beyond English or Filipino," Sept. 8, p. 5 "Gradual Filipino," Sept. 10, p. 4 "Fixing Filipino," Sept. 13, p. 5 "Creating Filipino," Sept. 15, p. 5 "Filipino deep and shallow," Sept. 18, p. 4 "Resisting Filipino," Sept. 20, p. 5 "Language see-saw," Sept. 22, p. 4 "Robert on us," Sept. 26, p. 5 "Tempest in a Filipino teapot," Sept. 27, p. 4 "English for laborers," Oct. 2, p. 5 "The language of mass media," Oct. 3, p. 4 "Academe in translation," Oct. 6, p. 4 "DECS bilingualism," Oct. 10, p. 5 "The language dispute," Oct. 11, p. 4 "Reassuring Mr. Locsin," Oct. 14, p. 5 "Why not English," Oct. 16, p. 5 "Why Tagalog (1)," Oct. 18, p. 5 "Why Tagalog (2)," Oct. 20, p. 4 "Why Tagalog (3)," Oct. 22, p. 4 "Between two languages," Oct. 24, p. 5 "To hope or plan," Oct. 27, p. 5 "Why not reigonalism?" Oct. 29, p. 4 "Pure and impure Filipino," Oct. 31, p. 5 "Demanding services," Nov. 3, p. 4 "Seeing red," Nov. 5, p. 4 "The bilingual fallacy (1)," Nov. 7, p. 5 "The bilingual fallacy (2)," Nov. 10, p. 5 "The bilingual fallacy (3)," Nov. 12, p. 4 "The other languages," Nov. 14, p. 5 "Filipina as maid," Nov. 17, p. 5 "Owning a language," Nov. 21, p. 5 "Traffic problems," Nov. 24, p. 5 "City of garbage," Nov. 26, p. 4 "Decongesting our streets," Nov. 28, p. 4 "Dying city," Dec. 1, p. 5 "Translating values (1)," Dec. 3, p. 4 "Translating values (2), Dec. 5, p. 5 "Translating values (3)," Dec. 8, p. 5 "Translating values (4)," Dec. 10, p. 4

"A lesson from Life," Dec. 12, p. 4 "Idiot box drama," Dec. 15, p. 4 "Jimmy Santos English," Dec. 17, p.4 "Good and bad English," Dec. 19, p. 4 "Viewing English and Filipino," Dec. 22, p. 4 "Christmas sans ceremony," Dec. 24, p. 4 "Exploiting Christmas," Dec. 26, p. 5 "Dina and her films," Dec. 30, p. 5 1989 "Gilda's matinee," Jan. 1, p. 5 "A K.J. every year," Jan. 5, p. 5 "Intellectualizing Filipino," Jan. 8, p. 5 "Our two-dimensional world," Jan. 10, p. 5 "Seeing stars," Jan. 12, p. 5 "Language with coffee," Jan. 15, p. 5 "Stupid farce at CCP," Jan. 19, p. 5 "CCP museum crap," Jan. 21, p. 4 "Democrazy in CCP," Jan. 26, p. 5 "CCP execs," Jan. 28, p. 4 "CCP protects pop," Jan. 30, p. 4 "Dear Mrs. Roxas," Feb. 2, p. 5 "Will CCP survive Hawaii? (1)," Feb. 4, p. 5 "Will CCP survive Hawaii? (2)," Feb. 6, p. 5 "Will CCP survive Hawaii? (3)," Feb. 7, p. 5 "Dear Teddy Boy," Feb. 10, p. 5 "Theater wars as art," Feb. 11, p. 5 "Apologies to Leo," Feb. 13, p. 5 "My ideology," Feb. 15, p. 4 "Rep, Rep, hurray!" Feb. 17, p. 4 "The other side of Joaquin," Feb. 18, p. 5 "Awards, with a grain of pepper," Feb. 21, p. 5 "EDSA what?" Feb. 22-23, p. 5 "Art, culture and gov't (1)," Feb. 25, p. 4 "Art, culture and gov't (2)," Feb. 28, p. 5 "Art, culture and gov't (3)," Mar. 2, p. 5 "Art, culture and gov't (4)," Mar. 5, p. 5 "Art, culture and gov't (6)," Mar. 9, p. 5 "Art, culture and gov't (7)," Mar. 11, p. 5 "Art, culture and gov't (8)," Mar. 16, p. 5 "Art, culture and gov't (9)," Mar. 18, p. 4 "Art, culture and gov't (10a)," Mar. 19, p. 5 "Art, culture and gov't (10b)," Mar. 21, p. 5 "Art, culture and gov't (11)," Mar. 23, p. 5 "Art, culture and gov't (12)," Mar. 25, p. 5 "Art, culture and gov't (13)," Mar. 28, p. 5 "Art, culture and gov't (14)," Mar. 30, p. 5 "Art, culture and gov't (15a)," Apr. 1, p. 5 "Art, culture and gov't (15b)," Apr. 4, p. 5 "Art, culture and gov't (15c)," Apr. 6, p. 5 "Art, culture and gov't (16)," Apr. 8, p. 5 "Art, culture and gov't (17)," Apr. 12, p. 5

"Art & censorship," Apr. 13, p. 5 "The meaning of words," Apr. 15, p. 5 "Drama as mirror," Apr. 18, p. 5 "Teaching teachers," Apr. 20, p. 5 "CCP and the audience," Apr. 22, p. 5 "Art & entertainment (1)," Apr. 26, p. 5 "Art & entertainment (2)," Apr. 29, p. 5 "Falling in line," May 2, p. 5 "Pook Bantayan," May 4, p. 5 "Holdup in broad daylight," May 7, p. 5 "Art & education (1)," May 9, p. 5 "Art & education (2)," May 11, p. 5 "Art & education (3)," May 13, p. 4 "The CCP 'Tions (1)," May 17, p. 5 "The CCP 'Tins (2)," May 19, p. 5 "The CCP 'Tions (3)," May 21, p. 5 "The CCP 'Tions (4a)," May 24, p. 5 "The CCP 'Tions (4b)," May 27, p. 5 "The no-tion of excellence," May 28, p. 5 "In fairness to Mrs. Roxas," Jun. 3, p. 5 "Helsinki evenings," Jun. 9, p. 5 "Helsinki quartet (1)," Jun. 11, p. 5 "Helsinki quartet (2)," Jun. 15, p. 5 "Kasilag gets her due," Jun. 18, p. 5 "Fred and Sinikka," Jun. 20, p. 4 "Embattled playwrights," Jun. 22, p. 4 "Helsinki drinks," Jun. 25, p. 5 "Overcoming one's prejudices," Jun. 27, p. 5 "The Boy Nograles story," Jun. 29, p. 4 "Breakfasts," Jul. 2, p. 5 "Dear Sylvia V.," Jul. 6, p. 5 "The `no smoking' bane," Jul. 7, p. 5 "Kundiman blues," Jul. 9, p. 5 "We need flowers, not roots," Jul. 11, p. 5 "In the claws of local movies," Jul. 14, p. 5 "Inside legends," Jul. 16, p. 5 "Sen. Shahani on culture," Jul. 18, p. 4 "Social science and us," Jul. 20, p. 5 "Dialogue (a monologue)," Jul. 25, p. 5 "St. Truth, pray for us," Jul. 27, p. 4 "Who's afraid of CGA," Jul.30, p. 5 "Showbiz stars in the theater?" Aug. 1, p. 5 "Tessie and Kris," Aug. 3, p. 5 "Rumor humor," Aug. 6, p. 5 "Student audiences," Aug. 8, p. 4 "Dear Reader," Aug. 10, p. 4 "Teachers first," Aug. 13, p. 5 "Translating literature," Aug. 15, p. 4 "Cafe Bravo, Cafe Boo," Aug. 20, p. 5 "Offstage voices," Aug. 22, p. 4

"Present no, no, future sisi," Aug. 24, p. 5 "Opera in translation?" Aug. 27, p. 5 "Talking with a Greek," Aug. 29, p. 5 "Thanks and no thanks to Fr. Reuter," Aug. 31, p. 4 "Not us, Dame Joan!" Sept. 3, p. 5 "The tragedy of Creon," Sept. 5, p. 5 "Languagefest," Sept. 8, p. 5 "The polyphony of poetry," Sept. 10, p. 5 "CCP memoirs (1)," Sept. 12, p. 5 "CCP memoirs (2)," Sept. 15, p. 5 "CCP memoirs (3)," Sept. 17, p. 5 "CCP memoirs (4)," Sept. 19, p. 5 "CCP memoirs (5)," Sept. 24, p. 5 "CCP memoirs (6)," Sept. 26, p. 5 "CCP memoirs (7)," Sept. 28, p. 5 "Lea and Maniya," Oct. 3, p. 5 "People's artists," Oct. 8, p. 4 "Writer royalties," Oct. 7, p. 4 "Culture `dammage'," Oct. 10, p. 4 "Theater for basic needs," Oct. 14, p. 5 "A better view of us," Oct. 22, p. 5 "Mang Ruben and old Vic," Oct. 29, p. 5 "Remembering the dead," Nov. 2, p. 5 "The unbearable rightness of being Marilou," Nov. 5, p. 5 1990 "Days of enchantment: En attendant Godame," Nov. 19, p. 4 "Days of enchantment: A la recherche de la dame perdue," Nov. 22, p. 4 "Days of enchantment: Epilogue: La veuve tait en blanc," Nov. 24, p. 4 "Days of enchantment: Mme. Jaques, at last: A partage de l'aprs-midi (1)," Nov. 26, p. 4 "Days of enchantment: Mme. Jaques, at last: A partage de l'aprs-midi (2)," Nov. 29, p. 4 "Days of enchantment: Mme. Jaques, at last: A partage de l'aprs-midi (3)," Dec. 1, p. 6 Kuwentas Klaras, Diyaryo Pilipino, op-ed page 1989 "Ani Kuya Edgar," Hul. 10, p. 4 "Pinoy siyempre ang Pinoy," Hul. 12, p. 4 "Diyaryong pambukas," Hul. 14, p. 4 "Ang penoy at ang balut (1)," Hul. 17, p. 4 "Ang penoy at ang balut (2)," Hul. 18, p. 4 "Ang barung-barong at ang mansiyon," Hul. 21, p. 5 "Isip, hindi pisi," Hul. 24, p. 4 "Ang pelikula at ang fans," Hul. 27, p. 4 "Teatrong hubad," Hul. 28, p. 4 "May pag-asa at may pag-asa," Jul. 31, p. 4 "Ang CCP kasi," Agos. 3, p. 4

"Sina Nic kasi," Agos. 4, p. 4 "Kanluranin ang lahat," Agos. 7, p. 4 "Umanismo para sa masa," Agos. 10, p. 2 "Ang trapiko, Panginoon ko!" Agos. 11, p. 4 "Linggo na naman ng Wika," Agos. 14, p. 4 "Magsalin, magsalin," Agos. 18, p. 4 "Dalawang wika, dalawang bansa," Agos. 21, p. 4 "Tala para sa mga kunosenti," Agos. 24, p. 4 "Ang moralidad ng pelikula," Agos. 25, p. 4 "Turuan nang turuan," Agos. 28, p. 4 "Hopiang me bibili...," Set. 1, p. 4 "Ang matinong pelikula," Set. 4, p. 4 "Palarong wika," Set. 7, p. 4 "Ang tinig ng panunula," Set. 11, p. 4 "Ang panahon ng baduy," Set. 14, p. 4 "Kailangan ng mga bituin," Set. 15, p. 4 "Langit ng mga bituin," Set. 18, p. 4 "Dula natin ngayon (1)," Set. 22, p. 4 "Dula natin ngayon (2)," Set. 25, p. 4 "Dula natin ngayon (3)," Set. 27, p. 4 "Ang pagsulat ng rebyu," Set. 29, p. 4 "In memoriam," Okt. 2, p. 4 "Sina Lea at Maniya," Okt. 4, p. 4 "Bagong tunog," Okt. 6, p. 4 "Makabagong tikling," Okt. 9, p. 4 "Kulungan ang Ingles," Okt. 16, p. 4 "Pagbabalik ng bomba," Okt. 25, p. 4 "Ang TV natin," Okt. 30, p. 4 "Paggunita sa yumao," Nob. 1, p. 4 "Pusong Pinoy, pusong sipsip," Nob. 7, p. 4 "Kontrabida o biktima," Nob. 10-11, p. 4 Totally Tinio, The Manila Chronicle, Sunday Plus/Section Four 1989 "Save the Met-from the meath heads!" Sunday Plus, Dec. 7, p. 15 "A synonym for mess," Section Four, Dec. 21, p. 32 "Trapped in the cold," Sunday Plus, Dec. 29, p. 32 "Much ado about a laptop," Section Four, Dec. 31, p. 21 1990 "Old traps for the new decade," Section Four, Jan. 5, p. 31; Jan. 10, p. 37 "Have gone, am back," Section Four, Jan. 12, p. 25 "How to do Beckett without doing him in (or being done in by him)," Sunday plus, p. 21 "Writers demand a new deal," Section Fouor, p. 25 "T.V., T.V.: Tinio values therapeutic viodetaping," Section Four, Jan. 19, p. 29 "Celebrity brouhaha abroad," Sunday Plus, Jan. 21, p. 21 "Will our TV drama ever be TV true?" Section Four,

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Jan. 24, p. 28 "What's cooking?" Section Four, p. 30 "A carpetbagger's `farewell'," Sunday Plus, p. 21 "What d'ya mean what's in a name?" Section Four, p. 30 "Foodnotes," Section Four, Feb. 2, p. 28 "Last temptation of art," Sunday Plus, Feb. 4, p. 19 "A handful of brown thumbs," Section Four, Feb. 7, p. 25 "The man called Chariman: For adults only," Sunday Plus, Feb. 11, p. 21 "Soft songs and others," Section Four, Feb. 14, p. 24 [13 poems (see Poems published below)] "My Juan Luna St. upbringing," Section Four, Feb. 16, p. 27 "Popularizing culture," Sunday Plus, Feb. 18, p. 21 "Who answers?" Section Four, Feb. 21, p. 27 "A cultural bill, at last," Sunday Plus, Feb. 25, p. 19 "A stone's throw from soap opera to opera," Section Four, Feb. 28, p. 27 "Opera Blvd. across Soap Opera St," Sunday Plus, Mar. 4, p. 20 "Ay, naku talaga!" Section Four, Mar. 9, p. 27 "My romance with the sewing machine," Sunday Plus, Mar. 18, p. 10 "My not-too-brief fling with Bettina," Section Four, Mar. 21, p. 31 "Married to a singer," Section Four, Mar. 23, p. 25 "Letters sweet and sour," Section Four, Mar. 29, p. 24 "Pasyong Pilipino, take two," Sunday Plus, Apr. 8, p. 20 "Why does Christ wear glasses?" Section Four, Apr. 13, p. 10 "Why didn't Mary ever shed tears," Sunday Plus, Apr. 15, p. 21 "TV is not for idiots," Section Four, Apr. 18, p. 25 "The CCP `La Traviata'," Section Four, Apr. 20, p. 25 "Toby or not Toby," Sunday Plus, Apr. 22, p. 21 "Toby's sex life," Section Four, Apr. 25, p. 20 "Toby tries going male," Section Four, Apr. 27, p. 32 "My Dominican mentors," Sunday Plus, 29, p. 21 "My Letranite days," Section Four, May 3, p. 26 "Days in Iowa," Section Four, May 9, p. 25 "Playing `Dear Abby' or `Kuya Eddie'," Section Four, May 11, p. 25 "Becoming someone... else," Sunday Plus, May 13, p. 20 "Moving out... of bounds," Section Four, May 16, p. 27 "Finding myself (out?) at last," Section Four, May 18, p. 27 "Discovering the three B's," Sunday Plus, May 20, p. 18 "Running into stars," Section Four, May 24, p. 18

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"Of clothes... [mine]," Sunday Plus, May 27, p. 19 "Running into `kulcha'," Section Four, May 30, p. 20 "Running away from memories," Section Four, Jun. 1, p. 18 "Nostalgia rains," Sunday Plus, Jun. 3, p. 20 "Screen size makes no difference to me," Section Four, Jun. 6, p. 19 "My first films," Section Four, Jun. 8, p. 18 "The Callas `Traviata'," Sunday Plus, Jun. 10, p. 19 "Discovering the Callas sound," Section Four, Jun. 13, p. 19 "The famous `Callas wobble'," Section Four, Jun. 15, p. 18 "The Callas-Tebaldi feud," Sunday Plus, Jun. 17, p. 19 "Filipinizing Verdi," Section Four, Jun. 22, p. 32 "Being a father," Section Four, Jun. 27, p. 19 "Reminding viewers and reviewers," Sunday Plus, Jul. 1, p. 20 "`Traviata' Triviata," Section Four, Jul. 6, p. 20 "Two notes on the CCP `Traviata'," Section Four, Jul. 13, p. 12 "Dear Johnny...," Sunday Plus, Jul. 15, p. 21 "Fides is absolutely right," Section Four, Jul. 18, p. 19 "`In Brueghal's Icarus for instance...'," Section Four, Jul. 20, p. 18 "Hot not to review," "Sunday Plus, Jul. 22, p. 20 "How to review (1)," Section Four, Jul. 26, p. 18 "How to review (2)," Section Four, Jul. 27, p. 22 "Violetta re-examined," Sunday Plus, Jul. 29, p. 21 "The `Traviata' trial," Section Four, Aug. 2, p. 18 "Postlude to `Traviata'(1)," Sunday Plus, Aug. 5, p. 22 "Postlude to `Traviata'(2)," Section Four, Aug. 6, p. 18 "A week of Sundays for Tita Conching," Section Four, Aug. 9, p. 19 "This question of language," Section Four, Aug. 10, p. 20 "The Broadway-West End border war," Sunday Plus, Aug. 12, p. 20 "The answer of language," Section Four, Aug. 16, p. 19 "Quezon's language dream hasn't come true," Section Four, Aug. 17, p. 18 "Quezon and Morato," Sunday Plus, Aug. 19, p. 21 "Words from my childhood (1)," Section Four, Aug. 23, p. 19 "Words from my childhood (2)," Section Four, Aug. 24, p. 18 "In and out of the barrio (1)," Sunday Plus, Aug. 26, p. 20

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"In and out of the barrio (2)," Section Four, Aug. 28, p. 18 "In and out of the barrio (3)," Section Four, Aug. 29, p. 19 "Just shut down all the schools!" Section Four, Aug. 31, p. 18 "What really ails us," Sunday Plus, Sept. 2, p. 27 "It's a problem of language talaga," Section Four. Sept. 7, p. 23 "Home Sweat Home," Sunday Plus, Sept. 9, p. 20 "`Carmen' as a bombshell," Sunday Plus, Sept. 16, p. 22 "(Man)handling the classics," Section Four, Sept. 21, p. 19 "Messing around with (messing up?) the classics," Sunday Plus, Sept. 23, p. 22 "Recr(e)ating the classics," Section Four, Sept. 24, p. 19 "Being mali-mali," Section Four, Sept. 26, p. 18 "Artist in distress," Section Four, Sept. 27, p. 19 "Another `odder,' older kind of Aids: The Artist In Distress Syndrome," Section Four, Oct. 3, p. 18 "The problem with the you are the old," Section Four, Oct. 5, p. 18 "Letranistas lang," Sunday Plus, Oct. 7, p. 18 "Can art be explained," Section Four, Oct. 12, p. 18 "Sunday in the church with Dyords," Sunday Plus, Oct. 14, p. 18 "Arriba Letran goes abajo," Section Four, Oct. 18, p. 18 "Schools are not for teaching," Section Four, Oct. 19, p. 18 "An idiotess in the Italian embassy," Sunday Plus, Oct. 21, p. 18 "Tauntingly Tinio," Section four, Oct., 24, p. 14 "Days of enchantment: The first time I saw Paris," Section Four, Nov. 14, p. 17 "Days of enchantment: Hung up on meating (not wearing) Jeans," Section Four, Nov. 16, p. 19 "Days of enchantment: The capital of my world," Sunday Plus, Nov. 18, p. 19 "We need managers, not presidents," Section Four, Dec. 7, p. 17 "Abroad-thoughts, from home," Section Four, Dec. 10, p. 15 "The essence of colonial mentality," Section Four, Dec. 12, p. 15 "Rhapsody on a theme by the Brothers Grimm (1)," Sunday Plus, Dec. 16, p. 18 "Rhapsody on a theme by the Brothers Grimm (2)," Section Four, Dec. 17, p. 18

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"Rhapsody on a theme by the Brothers Grimm (3)," Section Four, Dec. 19, p. 18 "No, Virginia, there is no Santa Claus," Sunday Plus, Dec. 23, p. 21 "Christmas thrills without frills," Section Four, Dec. 25, p. 13 "A needle to find the haystack," Section Four, Dec. 26, p. 13 "Maria Clara redux (an exclusive interview)," Sunday Plus, Dec. 30, p. 20-21 "A time for four 4-letter words," Section Four, Dec. 31, p. 13 1991 "Belmondo in `Cyrano de Bergewerecked'," Sunday Plus, Jan. 6, p. 20 "The curse of prt--porter," Section Four, Jan. 7, p. 13 "The woman with asthma," Section Four, Jan. 9, p. 13 "On wings of war," Sunday Plus, Jan. 13, p. 16 "The greater need for art in times of crisis," Section Four, Jan. 14, p. 8 "The Gulf crisis day-and-night soap opera," Section Four, Jan. 17, p. 11 "Why not get rid of education altogether?" Sunday Plus, Jan. 20, p. 15 "What can we pray for?" Section Four, Jan. 22, p. 11 "The diabolical versatility of condoms," Sunday Plus, Jan. 27, p. 14 "Kasilag is to blame," Section Four, Jan. 29, p. 15 "Why bother to far?" Section Four, Jan. 31, p. 9 "Regrets only," Sunday Plus, Feb. 3, p. 16 "Childhood fears," Section Four, Feb. 5, p. 8 "Sick and tired of reading the same thing about Lea," Section Four, Feb. 7, p. 8 "Andion sings `Adele's Crying Song'," Section Four, Feb. 11, p. 10 "Do TV docudramas ever tell it as it is?" Section Four, Feb. 25, p. 13 "The other Teresa Roxas," Section Four, Mar. 4, p. "Operation Desert Song," Section Four, Mar. 8, p. 10 "Desert Song with end?" Sunday Plus, Mar. 10, p. 14 "Here come the brides," Section Four, Mar. 11, p. 8 "Non-homosexual crossdressing," Section Four, Mar. 15, p. 12 "The question of Nora Aunor," Sunday Plus, Mar. 17, p. 14 "Politics and movie stars," Section Four, Mar. 18, p. 12 "American graffiti 1," Section Four, Mar. 21, p. 11 "When will the fat lady sing the blues?" Sunday Plus, Mar. 24, p. 14

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"American graffiti 2," Section Four, Mar. 26, p. 11 "American graffiti 3," Apr. 6-12, p. 32 "Easter lilies for `Madame'," Plus, Apr. 6-12, p. 22 "Artist blacklist," Section Four, Apr. 13-19, p. 33 "Letter from George," Plus, Apr. 13-19, p. 25 "The addict or the cop?" Section Four, Apr. 20-26, p. 31 "This is New York?" Plus, Apr. 20-26, p. 22 "Student short films `91." Plus, Apr. 27-May 3, p. 26 "The devil makes the headlines," Section Four, Apr. 27-May 3, p. 38 "Missing `Saigon'," Section Four, May 4-10, p. 35 "Every actor is now an actor," Section Four, May 11-17, p. 32 "Philippine graffiti 1," Plus, May 11-17, p. 22 "Philippine graffiti 2," Section Four, Mar. 18-24, p. 35 "Film Academy honors Avellana," Section Four, May 25-31, p. 35 "Other sudden deaths," Plus, Jun 1-7, p. 22 "Finding our mind," Section Four, Jun. 1-7, p. 34 "Highs and let-downs in the theater," Section Four, Jun. 15-21, p. 30 "Mozart at La Coupole," Plus, Jun. 15-21, p. 23 "That Ma-damned Butterfly," Section Four, Jun. 22-28, p. 29 "Molire who?" Section Four, Jun. 29-Jul 5, p. 31 "Sour graping," Section Four, Jul. 6-12, p. 35 "My everlasting debt to Jesuits," Section Four, Jul. 13-19, p. 33 "Jesuits I'm indebted to," Section Four, Jul. 20-26, p. 34 "The workshop epidemic," Section Four, Jul. 27-Aug. 2, p. 35 "Confessions of an anti-tourist," Section Four, Aug. 10-16, p. 25 "Ad lib on women's lib," Section Four, Aug. 17-23, p. 25 "Forgotten stars remembered," Section Four, Aug. 24-30, p. 23 The question fo the `kundiman'," Section Four, Aug. 31-Sept. 6, p. 24 "Sleeping," Section Four, Sept. 7-13, p. 25 "Goodbye to Leningrad," Section Four, Sept. 14-20, p. 26 "Undercutting arts and education," Section Four, Sept. 21-27, p. 26 "Anton in the form of a rose," Section Four, Sept. 28-Oct. 4, p. 24 "Continuity through legacy," Section Four, Oct. 5-ll,

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p. 27 "Tracking down the Carmelites," Section Four, Oct. 12-18, p. 27 "The Lady of the rose petals," Section Four, Oct. 19-25, p. 27 "A Carmen Rosales-Rogelio de la Rosa treat," Section Four, Oct. 26-Nov. 1, p. 31 "Should we go back to the mountains," Section Four, Nov. 2-8, p. 27 "CCP auditions for `La Bohme'," Section Four, Nov. 9-15, p. 25 "Gilda Fernando does it again," Section Four, Nov. 16-22, p. 26 "Getting used to the dark," Section Four, Nov. 23-29, p. 23 "Those punks as young critics," Section Four, Nov. 30-Dec. 6, p. 29 "Joaquin in Gagalangin," Section Four, Dec. 4, p. 14 "Tales from Joaquin's Manila," Section Four, Dec. 11, p. 14 "Terms of respectfulness," Section Four, Dec. 14-20, p. 26 "Snapshots by Marra Lanot," Section Four, Dec. 18, p. 14 "Christmas among the `wa'-class," Section Four, Dec. 21-27, p. 24 "Two role models for us," Section Four, Dec. 28-Jan. 3, p. 23 1992 "The Nora jazz," Section Four, Jan. 4-10, p. 23 "Artists for the spirit," Section Four, Jan. 25-31, p. 27 "Valentine poems for sad lovers," Plus, Feb. 8-14, p. 32 [see Poems published below] "Food tripping in Vigan," Section Four, Apr. 25-May 1, p. 23 "My right foot," Section Four, May 2-8, p. 25 "A week without the maid," Section Four, May 9-15, p. 28 "A new aid in quitting smoking," Section Four, May 23-29, p. 27 "Torres luminous and lyrical," Section Four, May 30-Jun. 5, p. 27 "Cursing the dark," Section Four, Jun. 6-12, p. 27 "Opera finds its audience," Section Four, Jul. 18-24, p. 23 "Acknowledgements," Section Four, Jul. 25-31, p. 26 "Taxi drivers," Section Four, Aug. 1-7, p. 25 "Anton Juan does Euripides," Section Four, Aug. 8-14, p. 26 "Filipino for Filipinos," Section Four,

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Aug. 29-Sept. 4, p. 23 "In transit," Section Four, Sept. 5-11, p. 25 "Home video as weapon," Section Four, Oct. 10-16, p. 25 "We need liberal education," Section Four, Oct. 17-23, p. 23 "Reproducing period dress," Section Four, Nov. 7-13, p. 23 Partially Tinio, The Manila Chronicle, Plus/Section Four 1991 "Mr. Pinatubo, Mt. Pinalugi," Plus, Jun. 22-28, p. 20 "Gender is not sex," Plus, Jun. 29-Jul. 5, p. 26 "If you can't tell the dancer from the dance, can you at least distinguish as from trash," Plus, Jul. 6-12, p. 25 "Philippine graffiti 3," Plus, Aug. 3-9, p. 24 "Running into Mozart," Plus, Aug. 10-16, p. 32 "Eccentricities," Plus, Aug. 24-30, p. 30 "Three great tenors in a row," Plus, Sept. 14-20, p. 30 "Operatic notes," Plus, Sept. 21-27, p. 32 "Ishmael in the shape of an actor," Plus, Sept. 28-Oct. 4, p. 30 "Poets in the Ateneo," Plus, Oct. 5-11, p. 32 "The dark night of the soul," Plus, Oct. 12-16, p. 32 "Being thin," Plus, Oct. 19-25, p. 30 "`Send us G.I. sheets, not chicken eggs'," Plus, Oct. 26-Nov. 1, p. 36 "A Lesson from Puerto Rico," Plus, Nov. 2-8, p. 32 "A people's superstar," Plus, Nov. 9-15, p. 32 "Of food remembered," Plus, Nov. 16-22, p. 30 "Unpopular views," Plus, Nov. 30-Dec. 6, p. 32 "Voices with some sour notes," Plus, Dec. 7-13, p. 36 "A woman cries `Rape!'," Plus, Dec. 14-20, p. 33 "Christmas in the cold," Plus, Dec. 21-27, p. 36 "Year-end lists," Plus, Dec. 28-Jan. 3, p. 32 1992 "A song cycle for Ella," Plus, Jan. 4-10, p. 36 [see Poems published below] "Goodbye Tovarich," Plus, Jan. 11-17, p. 31 "Luigi's polar islands," Plus, Jan. 16-24, p. 32 "A daze in the life of a widower," Plus, May 2-8, p. 33 "A `La Bohme' in jeans and leggings," Section Four, May 16-22, p. 24 "My Halcion days," Plus, May 16-22, p. 32 "A wig maker in Chicago," Plus, May 23-29, p. 32 "A Noli reunion," Plus, May 30-Jun. 5, p. 32 "A monolingual Erap sana," Plus, Jun. 6-12, p. 31 "A pupil of Lilia Reyes," Plus, Jun. 27-Jul. 3, p. 31 "Men's ansewr to women's lib," Plus, Aug. 8-14, p. 33 "Men's rainwear," Plus, Aug. 22-28, p. 33 "Expressions and expletives," Plus, Aug. 29-Sept. 4,

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p. 33 "The medium of instruction," Plus, Sept. 26-Oct. 2, p. 35 "A child divorces his parents," Plus, Oct. 3-9, p. 31 "A taxicab driver's ideas," Plus, Oct. 10-16, p. 32 "Washing dishes," Plus, Oct. 31-Nov. 6, p. 35 "Portrait of an ex-mother," Plus, Nov. 14-20, p. 39 "Neighbor noise," Plus, Nov. 28-Dec. 4, p. 33 People are talking about... themselves, The Manila Chronicle, Plus 1991 "Armida reproduces," Jul. 6-12, p. 28 "Sputnik come down to earth," Jul. 13-19, p. 24 "Bong and Bongbong," Jul. 20-26, p. 28 "Gemma Cruz; or, the discreet charms of the bourgeoisie," Aug. 17-23, p. 32

Poems published:
1956 "Sprig of Jasmsines," Botteghe Oscure, Vol. 18, Autumn "Gentle My Song," Botteghe Oscure, Vol. 18, Autumn 1958 "Walking Home," Riverside Poetry 3 (An anthology of Student Poetry: 79 New Poems by 58 Poets), selected by Marianne Moore, Howard Nemerov, Alan Swallow, Twayne Publishers, New York "In a Crowded Room," The Literary Apprentice, Vol. 22 1959 "Maria Clara at the Spinet," Philippine Motif, Vol. 1, Nov. 1 "Poem for Lovers," Philippine Motif, Vol. 1, No. 1 1961 "Gentle My Song," Midland (Twenty-five Years of Fiction and Poetry Selected from the Writing Workshops of the State University of Iowa), ed. Paul Engle, assisted by Henri Coulette, Donald Justice, Random House, New York 1962 "Medusa," Comment, Third Quarter "Joy Ride," Comment, Third Quarter "Indian Silk," Comment, Third Quarter "Boy Sulking," Comment, Third Quarter 1964 "A Lecture on Love," Chronicle Magazine, Vol. 109, No. 37, Sept. 12 "A Parable," Chronicle Magazine, Vol. 109, No. 37, Sept. 12 "Soliloquy after Sartre," Chronicle Magazine, Vol. 109, No. 37, Sept. 12 "Need," Chronicle Magazine, Vol. 109, No. 37, Sept. 12 "Survey: English Literature for Flunkers," Chronicle Magazine, Vol. 109, No. 37, Sept. 12 1965 "Eartha Kitt," Philippine Studies, Vol. 13, No. 1, January "Poet on His Twenty-Sixth Birthday," Philippine

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1966 1967

1970

1971

1974

1975 1977

Studies, Vol. 13, No. 1, January "Ang Lola," Heights, Vol. 14, No. 1, October "Mirindal," Heights, Vol. 14, No. 1, October "Kanta sa Patay," Heights, Vol. 14, No. 1, October "Valediction sa Hillcrest," Heights, Vol. 14, No. 1, October "Emmanuel S. Torres: Si Mary sa Piano," Heights, Vol. 14, No. 2, December "Sa Poetry," Interview, Vol. 1, No. 1, November "Para ke Tita," Interview, Vol. 1, No. 1, November "Ang Yaya," Interview, Vol. 1, No. 1, November "Mahabang Kuwento," Panitikan, Aklt. 1, Blg. 6, Abril "Grandmother" (trans. Bienvenido Lumbera), The Malahat Review, No. 1, January "Kanta sa Patay: Song for a Dead Man," "Mirindal: Afternoon Snack" (trans. Bienvenido Lumbera), genre: an international journal of literature and the arts, Vol. 1, No. 1 "Grapiti," Heights, Vol. 18, No. 2. September-October "Ang Burgis sa Kanyang Almusal," Heights, Vol. 18, No. 2, September-October "Sa Kabila ng Pader," Heights "Denise Levertov: Linggo ng Hapon," Katipunan, Tn. 1, Blg. 1, Enero "Edwin Brock: Mga Simbolo ng Mil Nuwebe Siyentos Sisenta," Katipunan, Tn. 1, Bil. 1, Enero "James Wright: Mga Minero," Katipunan, Tn. 1, Blg, 1, Enero "Robert Creely: Hawig kayh Lorca," Katipunan, Tn. 1, Blg. 1, Enero "Philip Booth: Kung Baga sa Pusa," Katipunan, Tn. 1, Blg, 1, Enero "Ang Bentilador," Heights, Vol. 20, Nos. 1-2, October "Pangangaylangan," Heights, Vol. 20, Nos. 1-2, October "Cantico Profano," Heights, Vol. 20, Nos. 1-2, October "Mula sa Leningrad," Heights, Vol. 20, Nos. 1-2, October "Isang Hapon," Heights, Vol. 20, Nos. 1-2, October "Himutok," Heights, Vol. 20, Nos. 1-2, October "Huling Araw sa Moskba," The Literary Apprentice, Tom. 47, Blg. 2, Nobyembre "Tamara," The Literary Apprentice, Tom. 47, Blg. 2, Nobyembre "Usapan," The Literary Apprentice, Tom. 47, Blg. 2, Nobyembre "Mga Tagpo sa Saigon," Sagisag, Tom. 1, Blg. 2, Hunyo "Kanina: A While Ago" (trans. Rolando S. Tinio), The Manila Review 11, Vol. 3, No. 2, June "Ang Bahay: The House" (trans. Rolando S. Tinio), The

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Manila Review 11, Vol. 3, No. 2, June "Awit: Song" (trans. Rolando S. Tinio), The Manila Review 11, Vol. 3, No. 2, June "Malaon ko nang iniibig: I have always longed" (trans. Rolando S. Tinio), The Manila Review 11, Vol. 3, No. 2, June "Anghel ng Santo Sepulcro: Angel of the Holy Sepulchre" (trans. Rolando S. Tinio), The Manila Review 11, Vol. 3, No. 2, June 1979 "Poems for Autumn," Signatures 5, ed. Andres Cristobal Cruz [mimeo only] "The Couturire's Salon," Signatures 5, ed. Andres Cristobal Cruz [mimeo only] "Bal Masque," Signatures 5, ed. Andres Cristobal Cruz [mimeo only] "Poem for Trumpet Solo," Signatures 5, ed. Andres Cristobal Cruz [mimeo only] "About A Poem, About A Dove," Signatures 5, ed. Andres Cristobal Cruz [mimeo only] "Bonjour Tristesse," Signatures 5, ed. Andres Cristobal Cruz [mimeo only] "A While Ago" (trans. Rolando S. Tinio), Tengarra 10 (Journal of Southeast Asian Literature) 1989 "Mabuti pa sa atin, Aling Bebang," Midweek, Vol. 4, No. 25, Jun. 7 "Kundiman sa Brarangka," Midweek, Vol. 4, No. 25, Jun. 7 "Awit sa Bangketa," Midweek, Vol. 4, No. 25, Jun. 7 1991 "W. H. Auden: Muse des Beaux Arts," Mithi 21/22: Makabagong Tinig ng Siglo, ed. Virgilio S. Almario, Unyon ng mga Manunulat ng Pilipinas

Poems/Poem cycles set to music and performed:


1973 Songs from the play, May Katwiran ang Katwiran-melodies by Rolando S. Tinio, sung at standard performances of the play since its premiere in 1973 at the Ateneo de Manila University College Cafeteria: "Pambungad na Awit ng mga Aktor" "Awit ng Kasama" Magmagandang-loob" "Awit ng Senyor: Sa ibabaw ng mundo" "Awit ng Kasama: Marunong ang Diyos" "Awit ng Kasama: Dapat ngang magtiwala" "Awit ng mga Aktor bilang papuri sa Dalawang Pinakamahalagang Katangian ng Tao: Tiyaga at Lakas ng Loob" "Awit ng mga Aktor tungkol sa Hustisya Sosyal" "Awit ng Senyor: Mangilag sa tao" "Awit ng mga Aktor tungkol sa Bisa ng Kapangyarihan"

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1975

1981

1992

"Awit ng Senyor: Huwag matakot sa tulisan" "Awit ng mga Tulisan: Pagbaba ng Arkanghel" "Pangwakas na Awit ng mga Aktor" Mga Awit Pamasko--melodies by Rolando S. Tinio, sung by selected members of the Ateneo English, Theology and Philosophy department at a Christmas carolling tour of the university campus: "Pasko na" "Mundo'y ating talikdan" "Masdan ang musmos" "Meme na" "Awit sa Mesiyas" "Sa puso ng tao" "Awit ng baka" "Nasaan ang Sanggol?" "Pag Disyembre" Mga Awit Pambayan--music by Jerry A. Dadap, premiered on August by Jovita Eugenio-Castro, soprano, with Jerry A. Dadap conducting the CCP Philharmonic Orchestra at the Cultural Center of the Philippines Main Theater: 1. "Nalabnot at sukat" 2. "Aking kasama, malasin" 3. "Kay ganda ng maya" 4. "Dayuhan, ingatan ang pagyapak" 5. "Inang tahanan" 6. "Kung ako'y mamatay" Mga Awit Pangmisa--music by Eduardo P. Hontiveros, S.J., sung at a Lenten Mass in the Ateneo Grade School Chapel: "Sa pagdurusa ng iba" "Buksan ang aming puso" "Pooon, Iyong kahabagan" "Ano ang maihahandog" "Ituro sa amin" Mga Malalabsang Awit--music by Jerry A. Dadap, premiered by Lilia Reyes, soprano, with Jerry A. Dadap conducting the Philippine Philharmonic Orchestra at the Cultural Center of the Philippines Main Theater: 1. "Sintigas ng belo ang hanging panggabi" 2. "Pinakagugunita: Hangin ay sakdal lugod" 3. "Anong mga lihim ang hinahabi mo?" 4. "Sa pagitan ng mga anasan ng kuliglig" 5. "Paghihintay ko'y puno ng kamatayan" 6. "Tulog na, pag-ibig" Pitong Mga Pasalitang Awit: A Song Cycle for Tenor-music by Lucrecia R. Kasilag, premiered by Sal Mineo Malaki, tenor, with Zenas Lozada, pianist, at the Cultural Center of the Philippines Main Theater: 1. "Sa iyo hahapon" 2. "Ka lalim ba ng iniisip?"

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3. "Akin pang nilalagari" 4. "Sa pagdakang tahiming" 5. "Mangusap kang muli, mahal" 6. "May ligayang halos hindi" 7. "Narito ang aking akala" "Requiem" [adapted from Robert Louis Stevenson]--music by Lucrecia R. Kasilag

Lyrics for songs recorded:


1974 "Alay Kapwa"--music by Eduardo P. Hontiveros, S.J.; sung by the U.P. Madrigal Singers (Alay Kapwa) 1976 Translated lyrics sung by Celeste Legaspi as her first LP, Celeste (Blackgold Records Corp.): "Hindi maa'ring hindian" ("Love is stronger far then we")--P. Barouh, F. Lai, J. Keller "Kung marinig mo lang" ("Loving arms")--Tom Jans "Di na hahainan" ("One bell less to answer")--B. Bacharach, H. David "Awit sa iyo" ("A song for you")--L. Russell "Araw-araw na hiwaga" ("Daily Miracle")--V. Lyebedev, R. Rozhdestvensky "Langit mo, ulap mo" ("Summer me, winter me")--H. Mancini, F. Mancini "Batang-isip" ("Pieces of dreams")--M. Legrand, A. & M. Bergman "Nakanino ang buong buhay mo?" ("What are you doing the rest of your life?")--M. Legrand, A. & M. Bergman "Irog ko" ("Loving you")--R. Rudolf, M. Ripperton "Awit ng pagmamahal" ("Love song")--L. Duncan "Ako'y bakyang-bakya" ("The lady is a tramp")--R. Rodgers. L. Hart "Sa'n pa ba ibig magpunta?" ("Do you know where you're going to"--M. Masser, G. Goffin 1976 Original lyrics for songs entered in the 1st Metro Manila Popular Music Festival: "Suwerte-suwerte lang pag-umuulan"--music by Joel Navarro; sung by Joel Navarro "Minsan pa"--music by Jose Mari Chan; sung by Janet Basco "Ibig kong ibigin ka"--music by Vic Villafuerte; sung by Anthony Castelo "Pangako"--music by James Villafuerte; sung by Aristeo Dimavivas 1977 Original lyrics sung by Basil Valdez in his LP, Ngayon at Kailannman (Blackgold Records Corp.): "Pagsinta'y pang-araw at ulan"--music by Joel Navarro Translated lyrics recorded by Hajji Alejandro in his LP, Hajji Magic (Jem Recording Co., In.): "Bakit Mrs. ka?" ("Mrs. Robinson")--music by Gamble

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Other original lyrics recorded:


"Babae sa likod ng salamin"--music by Willy Cruz; sung by Celeste Legaspi as theme song for the movie of the same title "Suwerte-swuerte lang pag umuulan"--music by Joel Navarro; sung by Joel Navarro "Matagal na rin" [adapted from the text of Servando de los Angeles' book for the zarzuela, Ang Kiri]-music by Willy Cruz; sung by Pilita Corrales (Blackgold Recording Corp.) "Buti pa"--music by Sonny Ilacad; sung by Leo Valdez (OctoArts International)

Other translated lyrics recorded:


"Go with the wind" ("Magsimula ka")--music and English lyrics by Gines Tan; sung by Leo Valdez

Operatic arias, art songs, songs from Broadway musicals and pop songs translated [non-English texts through English translations] and performed:
1974 Performed by Jovita Eugenio-Castro, soprano, May 3 at the CCP Little Theater with Lourdes de Leon, pianist: "Sa'n nagtungo, oras at araw" ("Dove sono i bei momenti") from Le Nozze de Figaro (Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart) "Kaya't hahayong tunay" ("Ebben, ne andro lontana") from La Wally (Alfredo Catalani) "Minsang nangulila" ("Einsam in truben Tagen") from Lohengrin (Richard Wagner) "Luha! Lumuha ka" ("Pleurez! pleurez mes yeux") from Le Cid (Jules Massenet) "Buhat noon" ("Depuis le jour") from Louise (Gustave Charpentier) 1975 Performed by Aurelio Estanislao, baritone, on September 2 at the CCP Little Theater with Regalado Jose, pianist: "Dito nga" ("Ici-bas"), music by Gabriel Faur, words by Sully Prudhomme "Sa tabi ng batis" ("Au bord de l'eau"), music by Gabriel Faur, words by Sully Prudhomme "Kailanman ("Toujours"), music by Gabriel Faur, words by Charles Grandmougin "Buntong-hininga" ("Soupir"), music by Henri Duparc, words by Sully Prudhomme "Dating Buhay" ("La Vie antrieure"), music by Henri

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Duparc, words by Charles Baudelaire "Sa Libingan" ("Au Cimetire"), music by Gabriel Faur, words by Jean Richepin "Awit ng Pagmamahal" ("Chanson d'amour"), music by Gabriel Faur, words by Armand Silvestre "Katapatan" ("Zueignung"), music by Richard Strauss, words by Hermann von Gilm "Ang Gabi" ("Die Nacht"), music by Richard Strauss, words by Hermann von Gilm "At bakit, Giliw" ("Wozu noch, Mdchen"), music by Richard Strauss, words by A. F. von Schack "Tulog, aking Puso" ("Ruhe, meine Seele"), music by Richard Strauss, words by Karl Henckel "Pag-ibig kong Napipi" ("Ich trage meine Minne"), music by Richard Strauss, words by Karl Henckel "Ang Pag-iisip" ("All' mein Gedanken"), music by Richard Strauss, words by Felix Dahn "Lihim na Paanyaya" ("Heimliche Aufforderung"), music by Richard Strauss, words by John Henry MacKay 1975 Performed by Celeste Legaspi on November 8 at the CCP Little Theater with Willy Cruz, pianist: "Tunay na tunay" ("So in love")--Cole Porter "Bakit iisipin" ("What's the use of wond'ring?")-Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II "Kung siya'y sukat magbalik" ("If he walked into my life")--Jerry Herman "Saan o kailan" ("Where or when")--Richard Rodgers and Lorenz Hart "Kung sakali" ("If I loved you")--Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II "Pait" ("Polin")--A. Pakmutova and R. Rozhdestvensky "Di ko mawari" ("Sinyaya vechnost")--M. Magomaev and G. Kozlovsky "Araw-araw na hiwaga"--V. Lyebedev and R. Rozhdestvensky "Lamig" ("Zimnayaya lyubov")--A. Babadzhanian and R. Rozhdestvensky "Manawagan ka" ("Pazavi minya")--A. Babadzhanian and R. Rozhdestvensky "Ang kailangan pa'y magmahalan" ("What the world needs now")--Burt Bacharach and Hal David "Awit sa Iyo" ("A Song for You")--Leon Russell "Langit mo, ulap mo" ("Summer me, winter me")--Michel Legrand and Alan & Marilyn Bergman "Minsan" ("Sometimes")--Henry Mancini and Felice Mancini "Akala'y di na darating" ("The trouble with hello is goodbye")--Dave Grusin and Alan & Marilyn Bergman "Madayang Pangarap" ("April Fools")--Burt Bacharach and Hal David "Batang-isip" ("Pieces of Dreams")--Michel Legrand and

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Alan & Marilyn Bergman "Nakanino and buong buhay mo?" ("What are you doing the rest of your life?")--Michel Legrand and Alan & Marilyn Bergman "Irog ko" ("Loving you")--R. Rudolf and Minnie Ripperton "Alaala'y aanhin?" ("The way we were")--Marvin Hamlisch and Alan & Marilyn Bergman 1976 Performed by Frankie Aseniero, Jr., tenor, on February 10 at the CCP Little Theater with Regalado Jose, pianist: "Di sapat, aking pag-ibig" ("Vainement, ma bien-aimee") from Le Roi d'Ys (Edouard Lalo) "Mutyang kay bini at dalisay" ("Salut! demeure chaste et pure") from Faust (Charles Gounod) "Ang alaala mong iniwan" ("Le fleur que tu m'avais jetee") from Carmen (Georges Bizet) "Anong rikit, anong ganda" ("Dies Bildniss ist bezaubernd schon") from Die Zauberflte (Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart) "Minsang umaga'y nagrosas mandin" ("Morgenlich leuchtend im rosigen Schein") from Die Meistersinger von Nurnberg (Richard Wagner) "Gabi'y kapag dumapit" ("Je crois entendre encore") from Les Pecheurs de Perles (Georges Bizet) "Anong lamig ng palad" ("Che gelida manina") from La Bohme (Giacomo Puccini) "Dapat magbihis" ("Vesti la giubba") from I Pagliacci (Ruggiero Leoncavallo) "Laging nag-iiba" ("La donna e mobile") from Rigoletto (Giuseppe Verdi) "Hindi sila" ("It must be me") from Candide (Leonard Bernstein) "Yakap mo'y aking napangarap" ("I have dreamed") from The King and I (Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II) "Ganyan ang aking giliw" ("Ang this is my beloved") from Kismet (Robert Wright and George Forrest) "Langit ng pagsinta" ("Stranger in paradise") from Kismet (Robert Wright and George Forrest) "Harana" ("Serenade") from The Student Prince (Sigmund Romberg) Performed by Celeste Legaspi on March 9 at the CCP Little Theater with Willy Cruz, pianist: "Habang nabubuhay" ("As long as he needs me")--Lionel Bart "Palagi akong iibig" ("Whoever you are, I love you")-Burt Bacharach and Hal David "Labis ang asap" ("Smoke gets in your eyes")--Jerome Kern and Otto Harbach

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"Tag-araw" ("Summertime")--Geroge Gershwin and D. Bosse Howard "Masamang hangin" ("Ill wind")--Harold Arlen and Ted Koehler "Pag wala ka" ("Stormy weather")--Harold Arlen and Ted Koehler "Kahit minsan" ("Maybe this time")--John Kanden asnd Fred Ebb "Walang nagpapalit" ("A house is not a home")--Burt Bacharach and Hal David "Ang puso ko'y parang kakanta" ("I feel a song")--Tony Camillo and Mary Sawyer "Di ba" ("Feelings")--Morris Albert "Pag-ulan at Lunes" ("Rainy days and Mondays")--Paul Williams and Roger Nichols "Awit ng pagmamahal" ("Love song")--L. Duncan "Ako'y bakyang-bakya" ("The lady is a tramp")--Richard Rodgers and Lorenz Hart "Sa'n pa ba ibig magpunta?" ("Do you know where you're going to?")--M. Masser and G. Goffin Performed by Nomer Son, baritone, on April 6 at the CCP Little Theater with Lourdes de Leon-Gregorio, pianist: "Paraluman! Narito ang listahan" ("Madamina! Il catalogo e questo") from Don Giovanni (Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart) "Kung nasa ulo'y sayawan 'ka mo" ("Se vuol ballare, Signor contino") from Le Nozze di Figaro (Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart) "Nagwakas, masintahin bubuyog" ("Non piu andrai") from Le Nozze di Figaro (Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart) "Bayang ubod ang ganda" ("Di provenza il mar") from La Traviata (Giuseppe Verdi) "Di ako handang magpatalo" ("Votre toast, je peux nous le rendre") from Carmen (Georges Bizet) "Tuwing siya'y ngingiti" ("Il balen del suo sorriso") from Il Trovatore (Giuseppe Verdi) "Ang mangingisda" ("Ah! Pescator") from La Gioconda (Amilcare Ponchielli) "Heto'ng alila ng sinuman" ("Largo al factotum della citta") from Il Barbiere di Siviglia (Gioacchino Rossini) "Kung sakali" ("If I loved you") from Carousel (Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II) "Paano bang lilisan" ("If ever I would leave you") from Camelot (Frederick Lowe and Alan Jay Lerner) "Minsan may bigla ka" ("Some enchanted evening") from South Pacific (Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II) "Ay, ayaw ko na ng ganyan" ("Ill never fall in love

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again") from Promises, Promises (Burt Bacharach and Hal David)

Other translated lyrics performed:


"Dream of Love"--music by Franz Lizst; sung by Maricris Bermont at a live concert, Concert in the Park "Minsang makayakap mo" ("La vie en rose")--music by Louiguy, French lyrics by Edith Piaf; sung by Celeste Legaspi in a live concert, Celeste with Strings

Religious lyrics published:


1990 Singable English paraphrases of Pilipino lyrics for Christian songs in Masdan, O YahweH: Mga Awit ng Bayan para sa Kalayaan at Kapayapaan: Patatag (AILM Collection of Asian Church Music No. 15), published by the Asian Institute for Liturgy and Music: "Cry" [original text by Rody Vera: "Taghoy"; music by Jonas Baes "The Beatitudes" [original text by Rody Vera: "Pinagpapala"; music by Ronnie Quesada, vocal arr. Dodjie Fernandez "Carry your Cross" [original text by Aloysius Baes: "Pasanin mo ang Krus"; music by Aloysius Baes, arr. Jonas Baes] "Veronica" [original text by Rody Vera: "Veronika"; music by Dodjie Fernandez] "Why have you forsaken me" [original text by F. Okur, Tagalog text by Rody Vera: "Bakit mo ako pinabayaan"]; music by Francisco F. Feliciano] "Your will be done" [original text by Rody Vera: "Sundin ang loob mo"; music by Lucien Letaba, vocal arr. Upeng Fernandez] "A Boy's Prayer" [original text by Rody Vera: "Panalangin ni Totoy"; music by Jonas Baes "Song of Internal Refugees" [original text by Fidel Rillo: "Ang Paglikas"; music by Ronnie Quesada, vocal arr. Jonas Baes] "A Lullaby" [original text by Rolando S. Tinio: "Matulog pa, bunsong mahal"; music by Francisco F. Feliciano] Singable English paraphrases of lyrics in various Asian languages [through English free translations provided] for church hymns in Sound the Bamboo: CCA Hymnal 1990 (Trial Edition) published by the Christian Conference of Asia and the Asian Institute for Liturgy and Music: "The Lord will be with me" [original Indonesian words by Toga P.L. Rajagukguk: "Tuhan Besertaku"; music

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by Toga P.L. Rajadukduk] "O Lord who made all the heavens" [original Pilipino words by J.M.C. Francisco: "Panginoon ng kalangitan at karagatan"; music by Eduardo P. Hontiveros "When my troubles arose" [original Pilipino words for Psalm 120: "Nang ako'y manganib"; music by Judith Laoyan; ostinato, Francisco F. Feliciano] "Sing the Lord a new song" [original Indonesian words for Psalm 148, T. Lubis: "Nyanyikanlah nyanyian baru"; traditional Batak melody (Toba, Indonesia)] "On the night of Christmas" [original Kurukh words by Picas Khess: "Hare inna makha"; traditional Kurukh melody (Chotanagpuri, India), arr. Picas Khess] "A Boy's Prayer" [original Pilipino words by Rody Vera: "Panalangin ni Totoy"; muisc by Jonas Baes] "With the grace of this day's food" [original Pilipino words by Rolando S. Tinio: "Sa harap ng pagkaing dulot mo"; music by Francisco F. Feliciano] "My Hevenly Father loves me" [original Paiwan words by Vuluk Lai: "Ku ma lia i ni ka ve nu"; traditional Paiwan melody (Taiwan)] "Three Women" [original Pilipino words by Tom Maddela; music by Francisco F. Feliciano] "I sing praise to Your Holy Name" [original anonymous Malayalam words: "Enyesuvin Sannidhiyil"; Malayalam melody (India)] "Why, O Lord, Why?" [original Thamilz words by E. Soundararajan: "Een aandevenee?"; music by S. John Barathi (India)] "When you travel far" [original Indonesian words by Liberty Manik: "Bila kau pergi ketampat yang jauh"; music by Liberty Manik "Christ, our peace" [original English words by Rolando S. Tinio; music by Francisco F. Feliciano] "Jesus, Your last cry on the Cross" [original Indonesian words by Fridolin Ukur: "Tuhanku, mengapa"; music by Francisco F. Feliciano] "Sleep through the night, beloved child" [original Pilipino words by Rolando S. Tinio: "Matulog pa, bunsong mahal"; music by Francisco F. Feliciano "Bear the weight of the Cross" [original Pilipino words by Aloysius Baes: "Pasanin mo ang Krus"; music by Aloysius and Jonas Baes] [Co-authored by James Minchin]: "Worship and praise we give" [original anonymous Thamilz words, tr. C.R.W. David: "Un paadam panin den enaalum thudiye"; Thamilz melody (Singapore/India)]

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"Mighty God, power over heav'n and earth" [original Burmese words by U Lin Sein, tr. Sang Maung: "Phaya sin ye bung taka miat"; music by U Lin Sen] "Everywhere sorrow on Calvary's Hill" [original Pilipino words by Vicente Mar. Aguila: "Ang Kalbaryo, sagisag ng lumbay"; music by Eliseo M. Pajaro "Behold the Man we nailed on the Cross" [original Pilipino words by Albert E. Alejo: "Tingnan, masdan ang tao sa Krus"; music by Eduardo P. Hontiveros "Death steals like a thief" [original Pilipino words by Cirilo A. Rigos: "Dahil sa pagpanaw ng mahal sa buhay"; music by Jerry Dadap] "Grant, Lord, that we may not faint" [original anonymous Thamilz words, tr. C.R.W. David: "Thaagaththai thiirum ayaa"; Thamilz melody (Singapore/India)] "You have come, Lord Christ" [original anonymouys Amis words, tr. I-to Loh: "Taini ci Yes"; Amis melody (Taiwan)] "Gracious Father, love divine" [original Burmese words by George Kya Bing, tr. Sang Maung: "Mo-taung yan ka-ne Bung ci asin"; music by George Kya Bing] "Dear friends, walk with me, let us go" [original Mundhri words by Daud Dayal Singh Horo, tr. Bishop Hans: "Sene sakinge seneme"; music by Daud Dayal Singh Horo (India)] "Come, children, men and women all" [original Thai words by Sook Pongnoi, tr. Cher Lue Vang: "Choen thaan thang-lai, thang-yiang, thang-chai"; traditional Thai melody] "He rules over all" [original anonymous Thai words: "Ong-phra Yee-su Jao"; Thai melody] "Holy are the Bible's many books" [original Thai words by Songsan Prasopsin: "Kam pra sird sak sit phra khrit kamn pii"; music by Songsan Prasopsin] "There was once a time" [original Burmese words by Saw Si Hae: "Dilo achin yauh yin"; music by Saw Si Hae] [Co-authored by I-to Loh]: "Praise be to God" [original Amis words by Mayaw Lin: "Pahemeken no Mita"; traditional Amis melody (Taiwan), arr. Mayaw Lin] "Lilies of the Field" [original Balinese words by Wayan Mastra: "Bunga Bakung Ditegale"; Balinese melody (Indonesia)]

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1964 "Two is a Crowd," Chronicle Magazine, Vol. 19, No. 26, June 27, pp. 16-19

Critical prose published:


1959 "Trying to Read Villa," Philippine Studies, Vol. 7, No. 4, October, pp. 494-499 1962 "A Theater Misunderstood." Philippine Studies, Vol. 10, No. 1, April, pp. 133-137 "Possibilities of the School theater," Philippine Studies, Vol. 10, No.3, July, pp. 481-483 "The Writer's Dilemma," Philippine Studies, Vol. 10, No. 4, October, pp. 679-683 "Notes on the Theater," Comment 15, 3rd Quarter 1964 "On Staging Shakespeare," Woman and the Home (Special issue on Shakespeare). Apr. 19 "Footnotes to Dance," Chronicle Magazine (Special Issue on Philippine Entertainment), Nov. 21 "The Play's the Thing," Philippine Studies, Vol. XII, No. 2, April, pp. 277-287 1965 "More Notes on the Theater," U.P. Humanities Journal, 1965, pp. 144-145 1966 "A Poetry of Statement." Solidarity, Vol. 1, No. 4, October-December, pp. 144-145 1967 "Villa's Values," Brown Heritage, ed. Antonio G. Manuud, Ateneo de Manila University Press, 1967, pp. 722-738 "Period of Awareness: The Poets," Brown Heritage, ed. Antonio G. Manuud, Ateneo de Manila University Press, 1967, pp. 618-633 "Retracing Old Grounds: The Paradox of Philippine Theater," Brown Heritage, ed. Antonio G. Manuud, Ateneo de Manila University Press, 1967, pp. 689701 1970 "Astigmatism in Our Literary Outlook," PAGE Journal, Vol. 7, No. 1, January-June, pp. 43-51 1972 "Toward a Future for Philippine Theater," UNESCO Symposium on the Culture Police of the Philippines, Dec. 11 "There seems to be nothing wrong with ivory towers," The Guidon, March, p. 25 1973 "Towards a Re-orientation of Literary Studies," Philippine Studies, Vol. 21, No. 4, pp. 438-442 1974 "The Thoroughly Modern Zarzuela," Ang Kiri program, 1974 "The Proper Study of Literature," Philippine Studies, Vol. 22, 3rd-4th Quarters, pp. 346-362 1975 "Panitikan para sa Kaisahan ng Bayan," Sagisag, Tom. 1, Blg. 1, Mayo, pp. 6-7, 58 "Pilipino para sa mga Intelektuwal," Sagisag, Tom. 1,

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Blg. 4, Agosto 1976 "Why I am not in Television," TV Times, Vol. 1, No. 14, Sept. 5-11, pp. 12-14 "Ang Hirap sa Ating Musika," Sagisag, Tom. 2, Blg. 1, Enero, pp. 7-11 "Notes for the Kunoscenti," program for Teatro Pilipino production of Shakespeare's Paano Man Ang Ibig (June) 1977 "Notes for the Illiterati" [mimeo only], program for Teatro Pilipino production "The Teatro Pilipino Story," Metro Manila, Apr. 16-30, p. 19 "National Meaning in our Theater," Metro Manila, Jun. 1-15, pp. 20-21 "The Bautista Syndrome: Charlatanism Among My Reviewers," program for Teatro Pilipino production of Balagtas' Orosman at Zafira (December) "Pilipino as a Medium for Higher Learning," The Filipino Bilingual: Studies on Philippine Bilingualism and Bilingual Education, ed. Emy M. Pascasio, Ateneo de Manila University Press, pp. 153-160 1977 "The Immorality of Our Films," Philippines Daily Express, Jul. 6, p. 25 "Life and Literature into Film," Metro Manila, Vol. 2, No. 7, Dec. 1-31, pp. 12-13 "Melodrama as Morality Play," Metro Manila, Vol. 2, No. 7, Dec. 1-31, pp. 16-17 "The Futility of Pure Film," Metro Manila, Vol. 2, No. 7, Dec. 1-31, p. 18 1979 "But Hamlet is Funny; or, Charlatanism Rides Again," program for Teatro Pilipino production of Plautus' Ang Kambal (August) 1980 "Philippine Playwriting at the Present Time," Arts Monthly, Vol. 2, No. 2. pp. 5-7 1989 "Dula sa Dulaan: Estetika Bukas," Mithi: Ang Estetikang Filipino at Hinaharap, Writers Union of the Philippines, pp. 48-77 "Naked Theater," The Manila Chronicle, Sept. 27, p. 27-28 1990 Reaction paper to "The Constitutional Mandate on the National Language" delivered by Wilfrido Villacorta at a Round Table discussion on Education co-sponsored by the Department of Education, Culture and Sports and the education committees of the Senate and the House of Representatives, FAPE Review, Vol. 16, No. 2, November-April 1989-90, pp. 77-80 "Williams' `Glass Menagerie' to be staged in four

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versions" [under pseudonymn: R. Danilo J. Santos T.], The Manila Chronicle, Section Four, Aug. 31, p. 18 1991 "The Filipino Temperament," Philippine Smile: A Lifestyle and Travel Book, K. Krieger, Germany, pp. 1-4 "Kitty's kili-kili journalism," The Manila Chronicle, Plus, Apr. 27-May 3, p. 24 "A memory of gretness," The Manila Chronicle, Plus, May 4-10, p. 25 "Enough of English, please!," The Manila Chronicle, The Nation, Jul. 6-12, p. 10 "The prose and poetry of violence," The Manila Chronicle, Plus, Jul. 27-Aug. 2, p. 21 "A haze of remembered old Tagalog flicks," The Manila Chronicle, Section Four, Aug. 3-9, p. 30 "An afternoon of pure Marcos," The Manila Chronicle, Plus, Dec. 28-Jan. 3, p. 36 1992 "Silhouettes of Filipina wear," The Manila Chronicle, Plus, Feb. 22-28, p. 31 "Eddie Romero's `Noli'," The Manila Chronicle, Plus, May 2-8, p. 34 "In the twilight zone," The Manila Chronicle, Plus, May 9-15, p. 34 "Bonifacio: The rise and fall of the Supremo," The Manila Chronicle, Focus, Nov. 28-Dec. 4, p. 11 1993 "Romancing the jeepney," Man, January, p. 4, 25

Palanca prize-winning plays:


1960 "It's April. What Are We Doing Here?" (1st Prize, Oneact Play in English) 1970 "May Katwiran ang Katwiran" (2nd Prize, One-act Play in Pilipino) "The Boxes" (Honorable mention, One-act Play in English) 1975 "A Life in the Slums" (1st Prize, One-Act Play in English) 1981 "Claudia and Her Mother" (1st Prize, One-Act Play in English) 1993 "Kuwento ni A" (1st Prize, Teleplay in Pilipino) Besame Mucho, Love Me Forever (3rd Prize, Full-length Play in English)

Plays translated [non-English texts through English translations] and produced:


1966 Tennessee Williams: Laruang Kristal [The Glass Menagerie] Arthur Miller: Pahimakas sa Isang Ahente [Death of a Salesman]

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1967 Samuel Beckett: Pagputi ng Uwak [Waiting for Godot] Federico Garcia Lorca: Bernarda Alba [The House of Bernarda Alba] August Strindberg: Bb. Julie [Miss Julie] 1969 Henrik Ibsen: Kaaway ng Bayan [An Enemy of the People] 1975 Albert Camus: Salising Landasin [Cross Purposes] Carlo Goldoni: Ang Abaniko [The Fan] 1976 Anton Chekhov: Tiyo Vanya [Uncle Vanya] William Shakespeare: Paano Man ang Ibig [As You Like It] Alexei Arbuzov: Kawawang Marat [The Promise] 1977 William Shakespeare: Ang Negosyante ng Venecia [The Merchant of Venice] John van Druten: Para Akong Kamera [I Am a Camera] George Bernard Shaw: Santa Juana [Saint Joan] Henrik Ibsen: Hedda Gabler 1978 Sophocles: Haring Edipo [Oedipus Rex] Sophocles: Antigone William Shakespeare: Romeo at Julieta [Romeo and Juliet] Molire: Ang Kuripot [The Miser] Alexander Dumas fils: Camille [The Lady of the Camellias] Oscar Wilde: Ang Halaga ng Pagiging Masigasig [The Importance of Being Earnest] 1979 Anton Chekhov: Ang Tagak [The Sea Gull] Tennessee Williams: Laruang Kristal [new translation of The Glass Menagerie] William Shakespeare: Hamlet Plautus: Ang Kambal [The Menaechmi] August Strindberg: Ang Malakas [The Stronger] August Strindberg: Bb. Julie [new translation of Miss Julie] William Shakespeare: Ikalabindalawang Gabi [Twelfth Night] 1980 George Bernard Shaw: Armas at ang Lalaki [Arms and the Man] Friedrich Drrenmatt: Ang Pagdalaw ng Senyora [The Visit of the Old Lady] Molire: Tartuffe William Shakespeare: Pangarap sa Isang Gabi ng Gitnang Tag-araw [A Midsummer Night's Dream] 1981 Albert Camus: Caligula Anton Chekhov: Pamamanhikan [The Proposal] Anton Chekhov: Ang Bastos [The Boor] Anton Chekhov: Anibersaryo [The Anniversary] August and Ruth Goetz: Ang Eredera [The Heiress] Gerhart Hauptmann: Ang Mga Tagahabi [The Weavers] Rolando S. Tinio: Ang Mga Kahon [The Boxes]

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1982 Beaumarchais: Ang Barbero ng Sevilla [The Barber of Seville] Jean Anouilh: Antigone Max Frisch: Andorra Rolando S. Tinio: Isang Buhay sa Tambakan [A Life in the Slums] 1983 Ugo Betti: Ang Reyna at ang mga Rebelde [The Queen and the Rebels] Bertolt Brecht: Ang Mabuting Tao ng Setzuan [The Good Woman of Setzuan] 1984 Carlo Goldoni: Ang Senyor ng Otel [The Mistress of the Inn] Samuel Beckett: Paghihintay kay Godo [new translation of Waiting for Godot] 1985 Armand Salacroux: Kuwentong Katawa-tawa [When the Music Stops] Hnerik Ibsen: Mga Multo [Ghosts] 1987 Frank Wedekind: Ang Tenor [The Tenor] Eugene Ionesco: Ang Sopranong Kalbo [The Bald Soprano] 1988 Euripides: Medea 1989 William Shakespeare: Makbet [Macbeth] 1993 Oscar Wilde: Salome

Complete vocal works translated [non-English texts through English translations]:


1975 La Traviata (opera in 4 acts by Giuseppe Verdi) Madama Butterfly (opera in 4 acts by Giacomo Puccini) 1977 Ang Unikorniyo, ang Gorgonyo at ang Mantikor (madrigal sequence by Gian-Carlo Menotti) 1979 Mga Awit ng mga Bata (song cycle for children by Kurt Pahlen) 1982 Gianni Schicchi (opera in one act by Giacomo Puccini) 1992 La Bohme (opera in 4 acts by Giacomo Puccini)

Plays directed on stage [italicized titles in Pilipino, original or translation]:


1959 Pygmalion (George Bernard Shaw), Summer Studio Dramatic reading: A Sleep of Prisoners (Christopher Fry), Ateneo Experimental Theater 1960 Funeral Pyre (Gabriel Marcel), Summer Studio Oedipus Rex (Sophocles), Ateneo Experimental Theater 1961 The Misanthrope (Molire), Ateneo Experimental Theater 1962 Homage to Shakespeare (Scenes from Shakepearean plays), Ateneo Experimental Theater The Royal Gambit (Herman Gressieker), Young Ladies Association of Charity Cavort with Angels (Alberto Florentino), All Nations' Women's Group

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1963 1964 1966

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1970 1971

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The Oresteia (collage of texts from Aeschylus, Sophocles and Euripides by Rolando S. Tinio), Ateneo Experimental Theater The Blood of God (Alfonso Sastre), Aquinas Dramatic Guild Macbeth (Shakespeare), Ateneo Experimental Theater Richard III (Shakespeare), Ateneo de Manila University Murder in the Cathedral (T. S. Eliot), Ateneo Experimental Theater Twin-bill: Claudia and Her Mother; It's April. What Are We Doing Here? (Rolando S. Tinio), Ateneo de Manila Unviersity Department of Communication Laruang Kristal (Tennessee Williams), Ivy Playhouse Pahimakas sa Isang Ahente (Arthur Miller), Ivy Playhouse Waiting for Godot (Samuel Beckett), Ateneo Experimental Theater Pagputi ng Uwak (Samuel Beckett), Ateneo Experimental Theater Hedda Gabler (Henrik Ibsen), University of the Philippines Committee on Culture Bb. Julie (August Strindberg), Repertory Philippines The Cherry Orchard (Anton Chekhov), Drama Federation of the Philippines Bernard Alba (Federico Garcia Lorca), Barangay Theater Guild The Zoo Story (Edward Albee), Bristol University Drama Department Three Sisters (Anton Chekhov), Bristol University Drama Department Hoy, Boyet, Hatinggabi Na (Tony Perez), Ateneo de Manila University Department of Communication The Promise (Alexei Arbuzov), Ateneo de Manila University Department of Communication " (Abstract theater piece by Rolando S. Tinio), Ateneo de Manila University Department of Communication Ibong Mandaragit (Oscar Miranda's adaptation of Lillian Hellman's Little Foxes), Philippine Theater of Performing Arts Anak ng Araw (Tony Perez), Ateneo de Manila University Department of Communication The Onyx Wolf (Virginia Moreno), Cultural Center of the Philippines Little Theater Inauguration Prinsipe Baldovino (Moro-moro in 3 acts by anonymous dramatist from Palawan), Cultural Center of the Philippines Little Theater Inauguration Ang Kiri (Zarzuela in 3 Acts by Leon Ignacio-Servando de los Angeles), Bancom Eurasia Arts Ang Abaniko (Carlo Goldoni), Teatro Pilipino Bayan-bayanan (Bienvenido Noriega, Jr.), Teatro

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Pilipino 1976 Tiyo Vanya (Anton Chekhov), Teatro Pilipino Ana Maria (Zarzuela in 2 Acts by Leon Ignacio-Severino Reyes), Teatro Pilipino Paano Man Ang Ibig (William Shakespeare), Teatro Pilipino Kawawang Marat (Alexei Arbuzov), Teatro Pilipino Bayan-bayanan (re-written version by Bienvenido Noriega, Jr.), Teatro Pilipino 1977 Ang Negosyante ng Venecia (William Shakespeare), Teatro Pilipino Para Akong Kamera (John van Druten), Teatro Pilipino Santa Juana (George Bernard Shaw), Teatro Pilipino Kawawang Marat (Alexei Arbuzov), Teatro Pilipino Hedda Gabler (Henrik Ibsen), Teatro Pilipino Orosman at Zafira (Balagtas), Teatro Pilipino 1978 Twin bill: Haring Edipo; Antigone (Sophocles), Teatro Pilipino Ang Kambal (Plautus), Teatro Pilipino Romeo at Julieta (William Shakespeare), Teatro Pilipino Ang Kuripot (Molire), Teatro Pilipino Camille (Alexander Dumas fils), Teatro Pilipino Ang Halaga ng Pagiging Masigasig (Oscar Wilde), Teatro Pilipino 1979 Ang Tagak (Anton Chekhov), Teatro Pilipino Laruang Kristal (Tennessee Williams), Teatro Pilipino Hamlet (William Shakespeare), Teatro Pilipino Ang kambal (Plautus), Teatro Pilipino Twin bill: Ang Malakas; Bb. Julie (August Strindberg), Teatro Pilipino Ikalabindalawang Gabi (William Shakespeare), Teatro Pilipino Let's Get a Divorce (Victorin Sardou), Repertory Philippines 1980 Tiyo Vanya (Anton Chekhov), Teatro Pilipino Armas at Ang Lalaki (George Bernard Shaw), Teatro Pilipno Ang Pagdalaw ng Senyora (Friedrich Drrenmatt), Teatro Pilipino Hedda Gabler (Henrik Ibsen), Teatro Pilipino Tartuffe (Molire), Teatro Pilipino Pangarap sa Gabi ng Gitnang Tag-araw (William Shakespeare), Teatro Pilipino 1981 Caligula (Albert Camus), Teatro Pilipino Triple bill: Pamamanhikan; Ang Bastos; Anibersaryo (Anton Chekhov), Teatro Pilipino Ang Eredera (Augustus and Ruth Goetz), Teatro Pilipino Ang Mga Tagahabi (Gerhart Hauptmann), Teatro Pilipino Twin bill: Ang Mga Kahon; May Katwiran ang Katwiran

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(Rolando S. Tinio), Teatro Pilipino Twin bill: Ang Mga Kahon; May Katwiran ang Katwiran (Rolando S. Tinio), Teatro Pilipino on tour Romeo at Julieta (William Shakepeare), Teatro Pilipino Hamlet (William Shakespeare), Teatro Pilipino Hamlet (William Shakespeare), Teatro Pilipino Ang Tagak (Anton Chekhov), Teatro Pilipino The Sea Gull (Anton Chekhov), Teatro Pilipino Kawawang Marat (Alexei Arbuzov), Teatro Pilipino The Promise (Alexei Arbuzov), Teatro Pilipino Ang Barbero ng Sevilla (Beaumarchais), Teatro Pilipino The Barber of Sevile (Beaumarchais), Teatro Pilipino Antigone (Jean Anouilh), Teatro Pilipino Antigone (Jean Anouilh), Teatro Pilipino Andorra (Max Frisch), Teatro Pilipino Andorra (Max Frisch), Teatro Pilipino Ang Halaga ng Pagiging Masigasig (Oscar Wilde), Teatro Pilipino The Importance of Being Earnest (Oscar Wilde), Teatro Pilipino Twin bill: Ang Tagapagligtas (Edgar Maranan); Flor at Gusting (Jose Dalisay, Jr.), Teatro Pilipino Twin bill: Bonsai (Reuel Aguila); Sexy Dancers (Bonifacio Ilagan), Teatro Pilipino Twin bill: Regina Ramos sa Greenwich Village (Bienvenido Noriega, Jr.); Isang Buhay sa Tambakan (Rolando S. Tino), Teatro Pilipino Ang Reyna at ang Mga Rebelde (Ugo Betti), Teatro Pilipino The Queen and the Rebels (Ugo Betti), Teatro Pilipino Ang Mabuting Tao ng Setzuan (Bertolt Brecht), Teatro Pilipino The Good Woman of Setzuan (Bertolt Brecht), Teatro Pilipino The Burnt Flower Bed (Ugo Betti), Teatro Pilipino Ang Halaga ng Pagiging Masigasig (Oscar Wilde), Teatro Pilipino Ang Senyora ng Otel (Carlo Goldoni), Teatro Pilipino The Mistress of the Inn (Carlo Goldoni), Teatro Pilipino Ang Senyora ng Otel (Carlo Goldoni), Teatro Pilipino Mga Multo (Henrik Ibsen), Teatro Pilipino Bb. Julie (August Strindberg), Teatro Pilipino Mga Multo (Henrik Ibsen), Teatro Pilipino Kawawang Marat (Alexei Arbuzov), Teatro Pilipino Ang Halaga ng Pagiging Masigasig (Oscar Wilde), Teatro Pilipino Twin bill: Ang Tenor (Frank Wedekind); Ang Sopranong Kalbo (Eugene Ionesco), Teatro Pilipino

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Ang Tenor (Frank Wedekind), Teatro Pilipino Ang Sopranong Kalbo (Eugene Ionesco), Teatro Pilipino Hamlet (William Shakespeare), Teatro Pilipino Medea (Euripides), Teatro Pilipino May Katwiran ang Katwiran (Rolando S. Tinio), Teatro Pilipino Makbet (William Shakesepare), Teatro Pilipino Laruang Kristal Version A (Tennessee Williams), Teatro Pilipino Laruang Kristal Version B (Tennessee Williams), Teatro Pilipino Laruang Kristal Version C (Tennessee Williams), Teatro Pilipino Babae sa Panitik (one-woman show by Ella Luansing: a collage of texts featuring women in Philippine Literature by Rolando S. Tinio), Teatro Pilipino Ikalabindalawang Gabi ("re-framing" of William Shakespeare romantic comedy, with speeches from plays in which Ella Luansing appeared, as elegy to Ella Luansing and farewell performance for Teatro Pilipino), Teatro Pilipino

Operas/operatorio/operetta/zarzuelas/musical directed on stage [italicized titles in Pilipino, original or translation]:


1965 The King and I (Richard Rodgers-Oscar Hammerstein), University of the Philippines Conservatory of Music 1967 Binhi ng Kalayaan (Opera in 3 Acts by Eliseo Pajaro), Unversity of the Philippines Conservatory of Music 1969 Ang Gintong Salakot (Operatorio in 1 Parts by Lucrecia R. kasilag-Jose Lardizabal), Cultural Center of the Philippines Main Theater Inauguration The Merry Widow (Operetta in 3 Acts by Franz Lehar), Philippine Theater of Performing Arts Ako (Zarzuela in 2 Acts by Bayani de Leon), Cultural Center of the Philippines Paglipas ng Dilim (Zarzuela in 3 Acts by Leon IgnacioPrecioso Palma), Ateneo de Manila University Department of Communication 1970 Ang Mestisa (Zarzuela in 3 Acts by Leon IgnacioEngracio Valmonte), Philippine Theater of Performing Arts 1990 La Traviata (Opera in 4 acts by Giuseppe Verdi adapted to 19th c. Philippine setting, sung in Pilipino and Italian), Cultural Center of the Philippines 1992 La Bohme (Opera in 4 acts by Giacomo Puccini adapted to contemporary Philippine setting, sung in

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Pilipino), Cultural Center of the Philippines 1993 Help! Help! the Globolinks! (Gian-Carlo Menotti), Cultural Center of the Philippines

Ballets choreographed:
1964 The Unicorn, the Gorgon and the Manticore (modern dance ballet for Gian-Carlo Menotti madrigal sequence), University of the Philippines Conservatory of Music 1965 "Uncle Tom's Cabin ballet" for The King and I (Richard Rodgers-Oscar Hammerstein), University of the Philippines Conservatory of Music Staging for television productions: 1970 Kaaway ng Bayan (Henrik Ibsen), ABS-CBN in cooperation with the Ateneo de Manila University Department of Communication, TV directing by Nestor Torre, Jr. 1975 Pasyong Pilipino (Bienvenido L. Lumbera adaptation of narrative poem by Gaspar Aquino de Belen, music by Eduardo P. Hontiveros, S.J.) ABS-CBN in cooperation with the Department of Public Information, TV direction by Nestor Torre, Jr.

Teleplay directed:
1987 Rolando S. Tinio: Ang Mga Kahon (Director's Hour: Mga Kuwentong Buhay, PTV-4)

Sets and costumes designed for the stage [italicized titles in Pilipino, original or translation]:
1959 Pygmalion (George Bernard Shaw), Summer Studio Dramatic reading: A Sleep of Prisoners (Christopher Fry), Ateneo Experimental Theater 1960 Funeral Pyre (Gabriel Marcel), Summer Studio Oedipus Rex (Sophocles), Ateneo Experimental Theater 1961 The Misanthrope (Molire), Ateneo Experimental Theater 1962 Homage to Shakespeare (Scenes from Shakespearean plays), Ateneo Experimental Theater The Royal Gambit (Herman Gressieker), Young Ladies Association of Charity Cavort with Angels (Alberto Florentino), All Nations' Women's Group) The Oresteia (collage of texts from Aeschylus, Sophocles and Euripides by Rolando S. Tinio), Ateneo Experimental Theater The Blood of God (Alfonso Sastre), Aquinas Dramatic Guild 1963 Macbeth (Shakespeare), Ateneo Experimental Theater 1964 Richard III (Shakespeare), Ateneo de Manila University

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The Unicorn, the Gorgon and the Manticore (modern dance ballet based on Gian-Carlo Menotti) The King and I (Richard Rodgers-Oscar Hammerstein), University of the Philippines Conservatory of Music Murder in the Cathedral (T. S. Eliot), Ateneo Experimental Theater Twin-bill: Claudia and Her Mother; It's April. What Are We Doing Here? (Rolando S. Tinio), Ateneo de Manila Unviersity Department of Communication Laruang Kristal (Tennessee Williams), Ivy Playhouse Pahimakas sa Isang Ahente (Arthur Miller), Ivy Playhouse Waiting for Godot (Samuel Beckett), Ateneo Experimental Theater Pagputi ng Uwak (Samuel Beckett), Ateneo Experimental Theater Hedda Gabler (Henrik Ibsen), University of the Philippines Committee on Culture Binhi ng Kalayaan (Opera in 3 Acts by Eliseo Pajaro), Unversity of the Philippines Conservatory of Music Bb. Julie (August Strindberg), Repertory Philippines The Cherry Orchard (Anton Chekhov), Drama Federation of the Philippines Bernard Alba (Federico Garcia Lorca), Barangay Theater Guild The Zoo Story (Edward Albee), Bristol University Drama Department Three Sisters (Anton Chekhov), Bristol University Drama Department Hoy, Boyet, Hatinggabi Na (Tony Perez), Ateneo de Manila University Department of Communication The Promise (Alexei Arbuzov), Ateneo de Manila University Department of Communication " (Abstract theater piece by Rolando S. Tinio), Ateneo de Manila University Department of Communication Ibong Mandaragit (Oscar Miranda's adaptation of Lillian Hellman's Little Foxes), Philippine Theater of Performing Arts Ang Gintong Salakot (Operatorio in 1 Parts by Lucrecia R. kasilag-Jose Lardizabal), Cultural Center of the Philippines Main Theater Inauguration The Merry Widow (Operetta in 3 Acts by Franz Lehar), Philippine Theater of Performing Arts [set design only] Ibong Mandaragit (Oscar Miranda's adaptation of Lillian Hellman's Little Foxes) Philippine Theater of Performing Arts Ako (Zarzuela in 2 Acts by Bayani de Leon), Cultural Center of the Philippines

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Paglipas ng Dilim (Zarzuela in 3 Acts by Leon IgnacioPrecioso Palma), Ateneo de Manila University Department of Communication Anak ng Araw (Tony Perez), Ateneo de Manila University Department of Communication Ang Mestisa (Zarzuela in 3 Acts by Leon IgnacioEngracio Valmonte), Philippine Theater of Performing Arts [set design only] The Onyx Wolf (Virginia Moreno), Cultural Center of the Philippines Little Theater Inauguration Prinsipe Baldovino (Moro-moro in 3 acts by anonymous dramatist from Palawan), Cultural Center of the Philippines Little Theater Inauguration Ana Maria (Zarzuela in 2 Acts by Leon Ignacio-Severino Reyes), Teatro Pilipino Paano Man Ang Ibig (William Shakespeare), Teatro Pilipino Kawawang Marat (Alexei Arbuzov), Teatro Pilipino Bayan-bayanan (re-written version by Bienvenido Noriega, Jr.), Teatro Pilipino Ang Negosyante ng Venecia (William Shakespeare), Teatro Pilipino Para Akong Kamera (John van Druten), Teatro Pilipino Santa Juana (George Bernard Shaw), Teatro Pilipino Kawawang Marat (Alexei Arbuzov), Teatro Pilipino Hedda Gabler (Henrik Ibsen), Teatro Pilipino Orosman at Zafira (Balagtas), Teatro Pilipino Twin bill: Haring Edipo; Antigone (Sophocles), Teatro Pilipino Ang Kambal (Plautus), Teatro Pilipino Romeo at Julieta (William Shakespeare), Teatro Pilipino Ang Kuripot (Molire), Teatro Pilipino Camille (Alexander Dumas fils), Teatro Pilipino Ang Halaga ng Pagiging Masigasig (Oscar Wilde), Teatro Pilipino Ang Tagak (Anton Chekhov), Teatro Pilipino Laruang Kristal (Tennessee Williams), Teatro Pilipino Hamlet (William Shakespeare), Teatro Pilipino Ang kambal (Plautus), Teatro Pilipino Twin bill: Ang Malakas; Bb. Julie (August Strindberg), Teatro Pilipino Ikalabindalawang Gabi (William Shakespeare), Teatro Pilipino Tiyo Vanya (Anton Chekhov), Teatro Pilipino Armas at Ang Lalaki (George Bernard Shaw), Teatro Pilipno Ang Pagdalaw ng Senyora (Friedrich Drrenmatt), Teatro Pilipino Hedda Gabler (Henrik Ibsen), Teatro Pilipino

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Tartuffe (Molire), Teatro Pilipino Pangarap sa Gabi ng Gitnang Tag-araw (William Shakespeare), Teatro Pilipino Caligula (Albert Camus), Teatro Pilipino Triple bill: Pamamanhikan; Ang Bastos; Anibersaryo (Anton Chekhov), Teatro Pilipino Ang Eredera (Augustus and Ruth Goetz), Teatro Pilipino Ang Mga Tagahabi (Gerhart Hauptmann), Teatro Pilipino Twin bill: Ang Mga Kahon; May Katwiran ang Katwiran (Rolando S. Tinio), Teatro Pilipino Twin bill: Ang Mga Kahon; May Katwiran ang Katwiran (Rolando S. Tinio), Teatro Pilipino on tour Romeo at Julieta (William Shakepeare), Teatro Pilipino Hamlet (William Shakespeare), Teatro Pilipino Hamlet (William Shakespeare), Teatro Pilipino Ang Tagak (Anton Chekhov), Teatro Pilipino The Sea Gull (Anton Chekhov), Teatro Pilipino Kawawang Marat (Alexei Arbuzov), Teatro Pilipino The Promise (Alexei Arbuzov), Teatro Pilipino Ang Barbero ng Sevilla (Beaumarchais), Teatro Pilipino The Barber of Sevile (Beaumarchais), Teatro Pilipino Antigone (Jean Anouilh), Teatro Pilipino Antigone (Jean Anouilh), Teatro Pilipino Andorra (Max Frisch), Teatro Pilipino Andorra (Max Frisch), Teatro Pilipino Ang Halaga ng Pagiging Masigasig (Oscar Wilde), Teatro Pilipino The Importance of Being Earnest (Oscar Wilde), Teatro Pilipino Twin bill: Ang Tagapagligtas (Edgar Maranan); Flor at Gusting (Jose Dalisay, Jr.), Teatro Pilipino Twin bill: Bonsai (Reuel Aguila); Sexy Dancers (Bonifacio Ilagan), Teatro Pilipino Twin bill: Regina Ramos sa Greenwich Village (Bienvenido Noriega, Jr.); Isang Buhay sa Tambakan (Rolando S. Tino), Teatro Pilipino Ang Reyna at ang Mga Rebelde (Ugo Betti), Teatro Pilipino The Queen and the Rebels (Ugo Betti), Teatro Pilipino Ang Mabuting Tao ng Setzuan (Bertolt Brecht), Teatro Pilipino The Good Woman of Setzuan (Bertolt Brecht), Teatro Pilipino The Burnt Flower Bed (Ugo Betti), Teatro Pilipino Ang Halaga ng Pagiging Masigasig (Oscar Wilde), Teatro Pilipino Ang Senyora ng Otel (Carlo Goldoni), Teatro Pilipino The Mistress of the Inn (Carlo Goldoni), Teatro Pilipino

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Ang Senyora ng Otel (Carlo Goldoni), Teatro Pilipino Paghihintay kay Godot (Samuel Beckett) Kuwentong Katawa-tawa (Armand Salacroux) Mga Multo (Henrik Ibsen), Teatro Pilipino Paghihintay kay Godot Antigone (Anouil) Bb. Julie (August Strindberg), Teatro Pilipino Mga Multo (Henrik Ibsen), Teatro Pilipino Kawawang Marat (Alexei Arbuzov), Teatro Pilipino Ang Halaga ng Pagiging Masigasig (Oscar Wilde), Teatro Pilipino Twin bill: Ang Tenor (Frank Wedekind); Ang Sopranong Kalbo (Eugene Ionesco), Teatro Pilipino Ang Tenor (Frank Wedekind), Teatro Pilipino Ang Sopranong Kalbo (Eugene Ionesco), Teatro Pilipino Hamlet (William Shakespeare), Teatro Pilipino Medea (Euripides), Teatro Pilipino May Katwiran ang Katwiran (Rolando S. Tinio), Teatro Pilipino Makbet (William Shakespeare), Teatro Pilipino Laruang Kristal Versions A, B, C (Tennessee Williams), Teatro Pilipino Twin-bill: Pamamanhikan; Ang Bastos (Anton Chekhov), Teatro Pilipino Babae sa Panitik (one-woman show: a collage of texts from Philippine Literature by Rolando S. Tinio), Teatro Pilipino Ikalabindalawang Gabi (William Shakespeare), Teatro Pilipino

Sets and costumes designed for television:


1971 Sets and costumes: Kaaway ng Bayan (Henrik Ibsen) ABS-CBN in cooperation with the Ateneo de Manila University Department of Communication, directed by Nestor Torre, Jr., ABS-CBN-2 1987 Sets and costumes: Ang Mga Kahon (Rolando S. Tinio) Director's Hour: Mga Kuwentong Buhay, directed by Rolando S. Tinio, PTV-4 1990 Costumes: Laruang Basag (Rolando S. Tinio adaptation of Tennessee Williams play), directed by Nick Lizaso, Balintataw, PTV-4 Costumes: Pasyong Pilipino (Bienvenido L. Lumbera adapatation of narrative poem by Gaspar Aquino de Belen, music by Eduardo P. Hontiveros, S.J.), directed by Nick Lizaso, Balintataw, PTV-4

Screenplays written:
1972 Now and Forever (Vilma Santos, Edgar Mortiz), directed by Ishmael Bernal, Tagalog Ilang Ilang

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Productions 1976 Good Morning, Sunshine (Vilma Santos, Junior), directed by Ishmael Bernal, LEA Productions 1984 Gamitin Mo Ako (Rita Gomez, Al Tantay, William Martinez, Stella Suarez, Jr.), directed by Ishmael Bernal, VH Films 1985 Till We Meet Again (Nora Aunor, Tirso Cruz III), directed by Elwood Perez, Regal Films 1994 Kulay Luha ang Pag-ibig [1st prize, 1994 Palanca Contest, Screenplay Category, originally written in 1985 as a Regal Films project entitled Love, Must We Say Goodbye? for direction by Marilou Diaz-Abaya, starring Dina Bonnevie, Gabby Concepcion, Eddie Garcia, Charito Solis, Richard Gomez, Mary Walter] 1995 Kalapati [2nd prize, 1995 Palanca Contest, Screenplay Category, originally written in 1985 as a Tagalog Ilang Ilang project entitled Mainit for direction by Marilou Diaz-Abaya to star Stella Strada, Vic Silayan, Al Tantay, Rez Cortez, Edgar Mande] 1996 Magtanong Ka Rin sa Ulap (film project to be directed by Joel Lamangan)

TV Documentary written:
1991 Juan dela Cruz, Santo, directed by Maria V. Montelibano, St. John of the Cross Foundation and RPN-9

Teleplays written:
1987 Ang Mga Kahon (Ella Luansing, Ruel Vernal), directed by Rolando S. Tinio, Director's Hour, PTV-4 1990 Si Claudia at ang Kanyang Ina (Adul de Leon, Coney Reyes), directed by Nick Lizaso, Balintataw, PTV-4 Laruang Basag (Ella Luansing, Victoria L. Tinio) directed by Nick Lizaso, Balintataw, PTV-4 1993 Initial Episode of 17 Bernard Club: "Little Boy Lost" (Rustom Padilla, Bing Loyzaga), directed by Joel C. Lamangan, ABC-5, Viva TV Besame Mucho, Love Me Forever (Lorna Tolentino), directed by Chito Roo, Star Drama Anthology, ABSCBN Kuwento ni A (Dina Bonnevie, Al Tantay), directed by Joel C. Lamangan, Viva Spotlight, GMA 7 Ang Lalaki sa Pisngi ng Buwan (Alice Dixon, Rustom Padilla), directed by Joel C. Lamangan, GMA Telesine Specials, Viva TV 1994 Sumpang Pag-ibig (Chanda Romero, Miguel Rodriguez,

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Jaclyn Jose), directed by Joel C. Lamangan, GMA Telesine Specials, 4-D Films International Camila (Zsa Zsa Padilla, Gary Estrada), directed by Joel C. Lamangan, GMA Telesine Specials, Viva TV, Wrong Number (Lorna Tolentino), directed by Chito Roo, Mother Studio Presents, Regal Telvision Family Affair [for production, Reyna Television] Habulin ang Pagbaba ng Araw (Alice Dixson), directed by Joel Lamangan, GMA Telesine Specials, Kristine Films 1995 Ang Daddy Kong si Marilyn Monroe (Arnel Ignacio, Ian de Leon), directed by Chito Roo, Mother Studio Presents, Regal Television 1996 Kindat sa Karimlan (Maricel Laxa, Jackie Lou Blanco), directed by Joel Lamangan, GMA Telesine Specials, FAME's Productions Enterprises

Roles played on stage [italicized titles in Pilipino, original or translation]:


1958 Edward Chamberlayne (Dramatic reading, T. S. Eliot: The Cocktail Party, directed by Eric Torres, Ateneo de Manila English Department) Brother (Wilfrido D. Nolledo: "Goodbye, My Gentle," directed by Severino Montano, Arena Theater) First Tempter (T. S. Eliot: Murder in the Cathedral, directed by Fr. Antonio O. Pion, O.P., Aquinas Dramatic Guild) Ariston (Severino Montano: "Sabina," directed by Severino Montano, Arena Theater) Bitoy (Nick Joaquin: Portrait of the Artist as Filipino, directed by Severino Montano, Arena Theater) 1960 Aaron (Dramatic reading, Christopher Fry: The FirstBorn, directed by Fr. Antonio O. Pion, O.P., Aquinas Dramatic Guild) 1961 Tonio (C. V. Pedroche: "A Little Corner of the City," directed by Lamberto V. Avellana, Barangay Theater Guild) Doctor (William Shakespeare: Macbeth in Black, directed by Lamberto V. Avellana, Barangay Theater Guild) Christopher Wren (Agatha Christie: The Mousetrap, directed by Fr. Antonio O. Pion, ,O.P., Aquinas Dramatic Guild) 1980 Propesor (Friedrich Drrenmatt: Ang Pagdalaw ng Senyora, directed by Rolando S. Tinio, Teatro Pilipino) Jorgen Tesman (Henrik Ibsen: Hedda Gabler [in Pilipino], directed by Rolando S. Tinio, Teatro Pilipino)

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Tartuffe (Molire: Tartuffe, directed by Anton C. Juan, Teatro Pilipino) Lisandro (Shakespeare: Pangarap sa Isang Gabi ng Gitnang Tag-araw. directed by Rolando S. Tinio, Teatro Pilipino) Caligula (Albert Camus: Caligula, directed by Rolando S. Tinio, Teatro Pilipino) Morris Townsend (Augustus and Ruth Goetz: Ang Eredera, directed by Rolando S. Tinio, Teatro Pilipino) Tandang Hilse (Gerhart Hauptmann: Ang Mga Tagahabi, directed by Rolando S. Tinio, Teatro Pilipino) Mandy (Rolando S. Tinio: Ang Mga Kahon, directed by Rolando S. Tinio, Teatro Pilipino) Kasama (Rolando S. Tinio: May Katwiran ang Katwiran, directed by Rolando S. Tinio, Teatro Pilipino) Senyor (Rolando S. Tinio: May Katwiran ang Katwiran, directed by Rolando S. Tinio, Teatro Pilipino) Romeo (Shakespeare: Romeo at Julieta, directed by Rolando S. Tinio, Teatro Pilipino) Guildernstern (Shakespeare: Hamlet, directed by Rolando S. Tinio, Teatro Pilipino) Guildernstern (Shakespeare: Hamlet, directed by Rolando S. Tinio, Teatro Pilipino) Treplev (Anton Chekhov: The Sea Gull, directed by Rolando S. Tinio, Teatro Pilipino) Treplev (Anton Chekhov: Ang Tagak, directed by Rolando S. Tinio, Teatro Pilipino) Marat (Alexei Arbuzov: The Promise, directed by Rolando S. Tinio, Teatro Pilipino) Marat (Alexei Arbuzov: Kawawang Marat, directed by Rolando S. Tinio, Teatro Pilipino) Creon (Jean Anouilh: Antigone, directed by Rolando S. Tinio, Teatro Pilipino) Amos (Ugo Betti: The Queen and the Rebels, directed by Rolando S. Tinio, Teatro Pilipino) Giovanni (Ugo Betti: The Burnt Flower Bed, directed by Rolando S. Tinio, Teatro Pilipino) Baron (Carlo Goldoni: The Mistress of the Inn, directed by Rolando S. Tinio, Teatro Pilipino) Leonidik (Alexei Arbuzov: Kawawang Marat, directed by Rolando S. Tinio, Teatro Pilipino) John Worthing (Oscar Wilde: Ang Halaga ng Pagiging Masigasig, directed by Rolando S. Tinio, Teatro Pilipino) Pedro Paterno (Floy Quintos: Saint Louis Loves Dem Filipinos, directed by Tony Mabesa, Dulaang UP)

Roles played on film and television:


1980 Teacher (Aguila, produced by Bancom Audiovision

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Corporation, Inc., directed by Eddie R. Romero) College dean (Blue Jeans, produced by Regal Films, directed by Joey Gosiengfiao) Factory worker (Wild Lips, produced by PMP Productions, directed by Cloyd Robinson) Barrio teacher (Karnal, produced by Cine Suerte, directed by Marilou Diaz-Abaya) Religious freak (Alyas Baby Tsina, produced by Viva Films, directed by Marilou Diaz-Abaya) Aguinaldo's military band conductor (Virgin Forest, produced by Regal Films, directed by Peque Gallaga) Hardinero (Senswal, produced by Regal Films, directed by Marilou Diaz-Abaya) Pop composer (Ang Daigdig ay Isang Butil na Luha, produced by JPM Productions, directed by Celso Ad. Castillo) Cardinal Sin (A Dangerous Life, miniseries written by David Williamson, produced by McElroy & McElroy in association with Film Accord and Australian Broadcasting Corporation, directed by Robert Markowitz, ABS-CBN-2) Professor (Demonstone, International Film Entertainment Pty. Limited in association with Brian TrenchardSmith, directed by Andrew Prowse) Claro (Balintataw: "Bigas," teleplay by Piedad L. Salvatierra based on a story by Estrella D. Alfon, produced by Cecile Guidote-Alvarez, directed by Lupita A. Kashiwahara, PTV-4) Juan (Balintataw: "Tubig," teleplay by Edith R. Aman based on a one-act play by Estrella D. Alfon, produced by Cecile Guidote-Alvarez, directed by Lupita A. Kashiwahara, PTV-4) Manolo (Balintataw: "Gabi ng Fiesta," teleplay by Suzette Doctolero, produced by Cecile GuidoteAlvarez, directed by Joe Gruta, PTV-4) Pariseo 3 (Balintataw: "Pasyong Pilipino," teleplay by Bienvenido L. Lumbero based on a narrative poem by Gaspar Aquino de Belen, music by Eduardo P. Hontiveros, S.J., produced by Cecile GuidoteAlvarez, directed by Nick Lizaso, PTV-4) Pilosopong Tasyo (Noli Me Tangere, adapted in English by Eddie R. Romero from the novel of Jose Rizal, translated into Pilipino by Jorge Arago, Nicanor Tiongson and Rolando Tinio, produced by the Cultural Center of the Philippines, directed by Eddie R. Romero, ABC-5) Attorney (Hanggang Saan, Hanggang Kailan, produced by Viva Films, directed by Joel C. Lamangan) Turing (Viva Spotlight: "Dandansoy," teleplay by Neil

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Gumban, produced for GMA by Viva Television Corporation, directed by Joel C. Lamangan, GMA-7) Papa (GMA Telesine Specials: "Gaano Ko Ikaw Kamahal," teleplay by Frank G. Rivera, produced for GMA by Viva Television, directed by Joel C. Lamangan, GMA-7) V.O. for Philippine Charity Sweepstakes "Cordillera Draw" commercial, produced by J. Walter Thompson Mang Berong (Ikaw, produced by Viva Films, directed by Joel C. Lamangan) Priest (Gaano Kita Kamahal, produced by Stellar Films, directed by Butch Perez) Kapitan (Viva Spotlight on Vina Morales: "Himala sa Panahon ng Digma," teleplay by Frank G. Rivera, produced for GMA by Viva Television Corporation, directed by Joel C. Lamangan, GMA-7) Ama ni Zeny (Star Drama Theater--Lorna: "Lamat," teleplay by Olivia M. Lamasan, produced by ABSCBN, directed by Joel C. Lamangan, ABS-CBN 2) Itay (Ipaglaban Mo: "Salbaheng Panaginip," teleplay by Ronaldo C. Carballo, directed by Nick Lizaso, ABS-CBN 2) Mang Pekto (Viva Spotlight on Vina Morales: "Isusumpa Kita," teleplay by RJ Nuevas, produced for GMA by Viva Television Corporation, directed by Mac C. Alejandre, GMA-7) Mr. Verganza (Viva Spotlight on Dina Bonnevie: "Suspect," teleplay by Ronnie Tumbokon, produced for GMA by Viva Television Corporation, GMA-7) Ama ni Jo-Ann (Star Drama Theater--Zsa Zsa: "Tinik," teleplay by Olivia M. Lamasan, directed by Olivia M. Lamasan, ABS-CBN 2) 1994 Mayor (Brat Pack, produced by Viva Films, directed by Deo L. Fajardo, Jr.) Fr. Barrientos (Kadenang Bulaklak, produced by Viva Films, directed by Joel C. Lamangan) Mang Terio (GMA Telesine Specials: "Sumpang Pag-ibig," teleplay by Rolando S. Tinio, produced for GMA by 4-D Films International, directed by Joel C. Lamangan, GMA-7) Mang Leoncio (Maalala Mo Kaya?: "Perya," teleplay by Jerry L. Sineneng, directed by Rory B. Quintos, ABS-CBN 2) Itay (GMA Telesine Specials: "Saan Ako Nagkamali," teleplay by Ronaldo C. Carballo, produced for GMA by J and K Productions for GMA-7, directed by Joel C. Lamangan, GMA-7) Don Amorsolo (Ober Da Bakod, written by Deo Directo, produced for GMA-7 by Viva Television Corporation, directed by Leo Martinez, GMA-7)

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Celso (Star Drama Theater--Aiko: "Candidate Number 5," written by Lualhati Bautista, directed by Joel C. Lamangan, ABS-CBN 2) Mang Bestre (Pangako ng Kahapon, produced by Viva Films, directed by Joel Lamangan) Syndicate head (Tatlong Ama, Isang Anak, produced by Diamond Jade Productions, directed by Deo L. Fajardo, Jr.) Mr. Malicsi (Forever, produced by Viva Films, directed by Rowell Santiago) Lawyer (Bilibid Boys 2, produced by Diamond Jade Productions, directed by Deo L. Fajardo, Jr.) 1995 Colonel (True Stories: "Kasama," teleplay by Lualahati Bautista, directed by Joel Lamangan, GMA-7) Judge (Viva Cable TV: "Akusado," teleplay by Roi C. Iglesias, directed by Joel Lamangan) History teacher (Beach Boys, produced by OctoArts, directed by Tony Reyes) Head of music audiotape cassette pirating syndicate (Run, Barbie, Run, produced by Cinemax, directed by Tony Reyes) Kun (Viva Spotlight on Bing Loyzaga: "Siete Dolores," teleplay by Galo T. Ador, Jr., directed by Mac C. Alejandre, GMA-7) Julio (Ipaglaban Mo: "Hiram ang mga Kulay ng Bahaghari," teleplay by Edmund Coronel and Wenn Deramas, directed by Nick Lizaso, ABS-CBN 2) Father of Efren Contemplacion (The Flor Contemplacion Story, produced by Viva Films, directed by Joel Lamangan) Matanda (Fairy Tales: "Ang Batang Nangarap na Maging Ibon," teleplay by Uro G. dela Cruz, directed by Uro G. dela Cruz, ABS-CBN Foundation,ABS-CBN 2) Lolo (Host for 3 mos., Bayani, ABS-CBN Foundation, ABS-CBN-2) Gobernador (Dama de Noche: Episode 1, teleplay by Cesar Buendia, Bien Ojeda and Rustico Fernandez, directed by Emmanuel Borlaza, IBC-13) Gobernador (Dama de Noche: Episode 2, teleplay by Cesar Buendia, Bien Ojeda and Rustico Fernandez, directed by Emmanuel Borlaza, IBC-13) Mang Ambo (Maalaala Mo Kaya: "Batis," teleplay by Jerry L. Sineneng, directed by Jerry L. Sineneng, ABS-CBN 2) Tata Miron (GMA Telesine Specials: "Walang Katapusang Wakas," teleplay by Frank G. Rivera, produced for GMA by Kristine Films, directed by Joel Lamangan, GMA-7) Padre Anselmo (Viva SkyCable: "Mga Bulong sa Dilim,"

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teleplay by Henry P. Nadong, produced for Viva Television by 4 Aces Entertainment, Inc., directed by Edgardo "Boy" Vinarao) Daddy ni Gerry (Viva SkyCable: "Dekada '80: May Isang Pag-ibig," teleplay by Dado C. Lumibao, produced for Viva Televison by 4 Aces Entertainment, Inc., directed by Joel Lamangan) Dindo (Muling Umawit ang Puso, produced by Viva Films, directed by Joel Lamangan) Lolo Tiago (Viva Spotlight: "Diwata ng Aking Panaginip," teleplay by Suzette S. Doctolero, directed by Mark A. Reyes, GMA-7) Fr. Nicandro (May Nagmamahal sa Iyo, produced by Star Cinema, directed by Marilou Diaz-Abaya) 1996 Elder (Viva Spotlight: "Lakambini," teleplay by Suzette P. Doctolero, directed by Emmanuel Borlaza, GMA-7) Gatekeeper, (Hirayamanawari: "Hardin ng mga Kaluluwa," teleplay by Charles Aaron U. Bautista, directed by Noel Aonuevo, ABS-CBN Foundation, ABS-CBN-2) Lolo (Maalaala Mo Kaya: "Bala," teleplay by Boni P. Ilagan, directed by Michael de Mesa, ABS-CBN 2) Inkong Kasaysayan (Hirayamanawari: "Buklat-Aklat," teleplay by Gladys de Leon, directed by Noel Aonuevo, ABS-CBN Foundation, ABS-CBN-2) Mang Cecilio (Mother Studio Presents: "Sa Muling Pagkabata," teleplay by Wilson S. Araya, directed by Ipe Felino, GMA-7) Don Ramon Montes (August 23 special: "Pugad Lawin," script by Rene O. Villanueva, directed by Joel Lamangan, GTV-4) Lolo Manuel (Love Notes: "American Dream," teleplay by F. Alfaro Tria, directed by Mario J. de los Reyes, ABC-5) Mumbaki (1896: "Hagabi," teleplay by Uro de la Cruz, directed by Jose Mari Avellana, ABC-5) Tata Tiago (1896: "Bayang Pinagpala," teleplay by Frank Rivera, directed by Joel Lamangan, ABC-5) Mang Leoncio (Mga Lihim ng Gabi: "Multo sa Riles," teleplay by Anna Pineda, directed by Chito Roo, GMA-7) Lolo Ponso (Maricel Drama Special: "Singungaling ang Buwan," teleplay by Alejandro Bong Ramos, directed by Mel Chionglo, ABS-CBN-2) Tata Ambo (Guni-guni: "Hiwaga sa Villa Verzosa," teleplay by Jaime de Leon and Enrique de Villa, directed by Nick Lizaso, ABC-5) Lolo Igme (Star Drama Theater New Year Special: "Nurses' Station," teleplay by Ricardo Lee, directed by Ricky Davao, ABS-CBN 2)

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Ngidulu (Mumbaki, produced by Neofilms, directed by Butch Perez) Priest-psychologist (Bakit May Kahapon Pa? produced by Viva Films, directed by Joel Lamangan) Barangay Captain (Kahit sa Bala, Kakapit Ako, produced by IAM Productions Unlimited, Inc., directed by Willie Milan) 1997 Tata Fidel (GMA Telesine Special: "Diwata," teleplay by Lualhati Bautista, directed by Joel Lamangan, produced by Sampaguita Pictures Inc. TV, GMA-7) Ingkong (Mga Lihim ng Gabi: "Sumpang Hubad," teleplay by Dwight Gaston, directed by Chito Roo, GMA-7) Apo (The Sarah Balabagan Story, produced by Viva Films, directed by Joel Lamangan) Fr. Fermin, (Milagros, produced by Merdeka Films, directed by Marilou Diaz-Abaya) Ninong Charlie (Bayad-puri, produced by Discovery Films, directed by Joel Lamangan) Papu Sulak (Anak ng Bulkan, produced by Premiere Entertainment Productions, Inc., directed by Cirio Santiago) Mr. Tinio (Tropang Trumpo: "Commencement Day Episode," directed by Edgar Mortiz and Al Tantay, ABC-5) Lolo (Mananayaw, produced by Four Aces Films, directed by Celso Ad Castillo) Apo (Pulang Buli, produced by Cinemax, directed by Marilou Diaz-Abaya) Koro (Kuracha, produced by Regal Films, directed by Chito Roo) Ka Pedring (Kadre, produced by Premiere Entertainment Productions, Inc., directed by Joel Lamangan) George (Pira-pirasong Pangarap: "Isang Hardin ng Sanlibong Tula," teleplay by Lualhati Bautista, directed by Joel Lamangan, GMA-7)