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LYCEUM OF THE PHILIPPINES UNIVERSITY

Intramuros, Manila
SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL

PHILIPPINE EDUCATIONAL THEATER ASSOCIATION


THE TEMPEST: REIMAGINED
A Study Guide

In Partial Fulfillment of the Course Requirements in Reading &


Writing Skills RWSN11S

Submitted by:
(Name)
(Section)

Submitted to:
Miss Stella Mariz P. Indiongco

Date
I.

IntroductioProject Description

I.

PLOT SUMMARY & CHARACTERS


Discuss the different characters in the play,
identifying which characters are from The Tempest
and which are from the Typhoon Yolanda narrative.
Are there similarities? How do the stories of the
individual characters between the two narratives
relate to each other?

II.

CONTEXT

Nodes of intersection of the two narratives what are


the common elements between the two stories

III.

THEMES

Identify the themes emerging from both narratives


(may classify separately)
Suggestions:o The Tempest: Magic & Illusion
| Loss & Restoration | Power | Vengeance |
Forgiveness
| Love | Slaveryo Typhoon Yolanda: Loss &
Restoration | Survival & Resilience | Love |
Harmony (ecological, community, political,
etc)

IV.

Which themes from the two stories intersect with


each other and highlight each other?

RELEVANCE

How does Shakespeares The Tempest bring out the


significance of the Typhoon Yolanda story?

V.

PHOTOS

Attach pictures of yourself, selfies, or groupies that


prove your attendance in the play. It may be a photo
in the venue (PETA Theater), or inside the play hall,
or with the casts you saw, or even a creative shot of
your check in with the ticket. Any photo
documentation related to the play would do. Please
do not paste photo moments of your leisure trips to
malls, and/or restaurants. If no picture was taken,
paste your ticket.

SUBMISSION GUIDELINES:
1. Strictly follow this format provided.
2. Answer each part in sentences, and paragraphs. Reflective
writing is highly encouraged.
3. Non-submission of this study guide means an incomplete
credit of your performance task scores.