Atlantic Pacific Theatre

August 10 – 13, 2022

Written by Luis H. Francia
Directed by Claro de los Reyes and Robert Thaxton-Stevenson

Set in an unspecified time in the Philippines, this political satire explores the phenomena of radical nationalism through the lens of Filipino politicians, house wives, military men, faith healers, and covert spies. A multidisciplinary, mixed-media production with elements of audience participation.

ATLANTIC PACIFIC THEATRE is an independent theater company that creates theatre works, public history programs, and community-engaged experiences for and with communities of color. Through partnership-driven projects, APT aims to enhance visibility, awareness, and understanding around POC histories and identities in local and transnational contexts. The company’s underpinning values of cross-cultural exchange and pluralism center their work on polycultural experiences that reach across geographical and socially constructed borders.

Claro de los Reyes & Luis H. Francia

photo by John Keon

Original poster art by Alex Tarampi


August 10 – 13, 2022

$20 general / $17 students & seniors
80 mInutes
Thursday night performance is available to live-stream and is then available on-demand throughout the rest of the festival.
ADA Accessible