Moses, Moses

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Moses, Moses is a play in one act written by Rogelio G. Sicat in 1971. First staged at the College Cafeteria of the Ateneo de Manila University in Quezon City on 1971. Published in Isang Kalipunan ng mga Nagwagi sa “Carlos Palanca Memorial Awards,” 1976 and in Rosario Torres-Yu (ed) Panitikan at Kritisismo Vol II, 1980. Won the first prize in the one-act play category, Pilipino division of 1968-1969 Don Carlos Palanca Memorial Awards.Different drama groups, in different schools and settings has performed these play again and again.

It recounts the injustice of those powerful politicians to the ordinary Filipino. The play has a theme that revolves in this quotation from Exodus (21:25), "Apoy sa apoy, sugat sa sugat, latay sa latay".


Reference

  • CCP Encyclopedia of Philippine Art, Vol 7. Manila: Cultural Center of the Philippines, 1994.
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