The paradox of his character shows how they as prosecutors are victims themselves. Sa mga manonood Umaasa kami na nauunawaan ninyo kung bakit kami napilitang parusahan si G.
Teary eyed and Ang paglilitis kay mang serapio, he said that blinding Serapio was necessary; for he who saw the light gave other beggars false hopes and dreams.
Ilabas mo nga siya. Krimen mo mang Serapio!
Mang Serapio treated the doll like a person; giving it food, clothes, etc. Uulitin niya ang linyang ito habangnagsasalita ang unamg Tagapagtanong Ikalawang Tagapagtanong: Nakatago sa ilalim ng mga lumang sako.
Wala ni isang bakas ng kalawang. Sandaling tigil Buksan ninyo ang baul. Ngunit nakita ba ninyo ang anak niya? Kung nagsisinungaling kayo mapipipi kayo, mapipipi kayo!
Mang Serapio is a pitiful sight the moment we meet him: Serapio himself is a metaphor for Christ. Anh jangin…ang araw…sol Aagawin ng unang tagapagtanong ang manika.
Bali-bali na an gaming pakpak. Narinig naman naming siyang nagsalita sa anak niya, gabi-gabi, sa buong linggong nanubok kami.
Wala akong batang inaaruga. Huwag kang gumalaw masyado. Ibubunyag ko kayo at ang inyong kalupitan! Mahihipo ni Serapio ang manika, ngunit bago niya makuha ito, sisipain ng isang pulubi ang manika sa Pulubing nasa likod ni Serapio.
Mang Serapio is a member of a syndicate of beggars spearheaded by two men who serves as their master and judge. Oo, masaya na kami.
Wala kayong matutuklasan diyan. Ikaw mismo ang nagsabi. Dapat lunurin ng mga hampas ng martilyo ang karamihan ng mga salita ng talumpati ni Serapio.
Lalabas ang mga Pulubi. Dalawang linggo silang nagbantay. Kay Serapio Narinig ka naming nagsalita sa anak mo! Towards the end, the play circles back to the warning the audience was given before the play began.
Looking deeply into the theme, the play intelligently uses metaphors and symbolism to point out political and social realities.
Both of them were persecuted by the people they sought to redeem. Lalapitan at kakausapin si Serapio isa-isa ang mga manonood. Di mo sinabi agad. Mga tanga ang espiya ninyo! Narinig ka naming lahat. Sandaling tigil Unang Tagapagtanong: He treats it is as if it was his daughter who died in a car accident.
Tunay na malungkot ang iyong kuwento. Sa Pilay Buksan ang baul. Aakapin ni Serapio ang manika. Duguan ang kanyang mukha. This syndicate assembles a group of beggars who experiences disabilities in life such as blindness, missing limbs, etc.Ang Paglilitis Kay Mang Serapio Throughout the scene of the “trial” of Mang Serapio, we can already see a lot of deviations from what a normal play should be like.
In order to start the discussion of the play itself, I would like to state some elements that remained a mystery to me, even as I.
His play Ang Paglilitis kay Mang Serapio (The Trial of Mang Serapio, ) is considered by some as the first Philippine modernist play. Other plays include Kabesang Tales, Libretto of Ang Pagpatay kay.
Ang Paglilitis Ni Mang Serapio by Paul Dumol Unang Tagapagtanong: (Sa Ikalawang Tagapagtanong) O, sige na.
Biglang tatahimik ang mga Pulubi’t lalayo kay Serapio. Babangon si mint-body.com ang kanyang mukha. Duguan din ang mga kamay ng ilang mga Pulubi; gayundin ang kanilang mga damit. Walang-imik ang mga Pulubi’t si Serapio.
MANILA, Philippines – Before Ang Paglilitis Kay Mang Serapio starts, a cast member addresses the audience with a few reminders, though the gravity of his voice and his facial expression makes.
Mang Serapio is a beggar and a member of a federation and was accused because of breaking their rules. DalawangTagapatanong The Dalawang tagapagtanong are the two people who insist that Mang Serapio commit a mistake.
Aug 12, · 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. Mang Serapio is a member of a syndicate of beggars spearheaded by two men who serves as their master and judge.
This syndicate assembles a.Download