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Ang Paglilitis ni Mang Serapio is a play about a poor man named Mang Serapio who was accused of an irrational crime which led to his. The protagonist on the play “Ang Paglilitis ni Mang Serapio” is a beggar by the name of Serapio. He is a member of a federation and was accused because of. The 50th anniversary staging of ‘Ang Paglilitis ni Mang Serapio’ will make you think about the current justice system. And stress the hell out of.

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MANILA, Philippines — Before Ang Paglilitis Kay Mang Serapio starts, esrapio cast member addresses the audience with a few reminders, though the gravity of xerapio voice and his facial expression makes them sound more like warnings than general guidelines. The entire area is tightly packed, and even the audience must seraio ready to sit shoulder to shoulder with each other. These stories made other people Check them out!

Leave a comment Comments 0. If he tries to make a point wherein he proves himself as not guilty, there will always be something to counter that. Being a blind man means a man is limited to see and that is to see the truth and eventually fight his or her right. But onto the meat: He is a member of a federation and was accused because of breaking their rules. Men like Serapio are merciless at the hands of those with power.


Select gender Male Paglilitia. Even if we all knew, at this point, that they were actors, you could still smell the tension throughout the courtyard. This kind of element of the play shows to us the reality that even to those who are already in an unfortunate situation such as beggars can still fell to a more worst situation such as when Mang Serapio being blinded despite losing almost everything he has. He manf his doll Sol as if it was his daughter but not entirely because his mind is still of this world; knowing that his daughter was already dead thus the doll for him only serves as a thing to ease his mind of the situation which he is in.

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To Mang Serapio, the doll symbolizes the memories of his daughter. In our country today, this still remains true unfortunately.

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What may have been a pre-show courtesy to the audience turned out to set the tone for the play — that is: Ang Paglilitis ni Mang Serapio. His wife died giving birth to their daughter Sol.

For tickets and more information, visit facebook. He basically stood no chance and he was left at the mercy of the authorities who cheat the system. The blinding of Mang Serapio symbolizes how powerful those people with higher stands than the beggar. Mang Serapio stood no chance at freedom to begin with, no matter how hard he tried to prove himself innocent.


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They were all mentally insane because they were being dragged on by the leader not realizing the situation they are in except for Mang Serapio who wants change in the way he lives. Start your investing journey with COL Financial.

Ang Paglilitis ni Mang Serapio is a play about a poor man named Mang Serapio who was accused of an irrational crime which led to his suffering throughout the play. Digging Down to Bedrock. Documents Flashcards Grammar checker. The play is about Serapio, a beggar who carries around a doll and uses it to attract pity which leads to more alms.


Slide 1 – PNU. I think it is a perfect example of our society’s gross over consum archiechie You’ve got a pretty interesting analysis about the poem the content is well written, thumbs up for y. People of the syndicate judge people according to the degree of hurt the person is in thus the more injury the more you are respected in the syndicate. The feeling of injustice still rings true today, especially in times like these. But think for a second: