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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He treats it is as if it was his daughter who died in a car accident. Towards the end, the play circles back to the warning the audience was given before the play began.

You see every little wince, every hint of rage, every ounce of desperation. 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.

Pagliiltis his paglilitiw innocence and ignorance he was accused to a mistake that No one knew how it became a mistake that he was able to punished, tortured and even he lost his eye.

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.

Men like Serapio are merciless at the hands of those with power. If he tries to make a point wherein he proves himself as not guilty, there will always be paglilutis to counter that. It makes the scene difficult to watch, but impossible to turn away from. Just food for thought. They are more powerful than him, by asking questions.

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However, probably one thing has been constant in each of them since it was instilled in the text itself — that Ang Paglilitis ni Mang Serapio is a tragedy.

Digging Down to Bedrock. The feeling of injustice still rings true today, especially in times like these.

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Origin of the Philippine Music. Tickets are at P if reserved online, pagllitis P for walk-ins. A Timeline of American Symbols. The child Mang Serapio allegedly cares for is actually a doll, and the spectators and prosecutors ridicule and laugh at him. 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 paglilitiz them sound more like warnings than general guidelines.

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‘Ang Paglilitis Kay Mang Serapio:’ Don’t wear white

The location adds another layer to the telling of a story about social and systemic injustice. How many times have we heard of such things happening recently?

The play is about Serapio, a beggar who carries around a doll and uses it to attract pity which leads to more alms. Please try again later. This act was modified by Mang Serapio as the child he was supposed to carry was replaced by a doll.

It may sound like a gimmick to stage a play in the same place that at one point hosted drunken Independence Day revelers and impassioned football fans — and in fact, Paglilitis is the first play to be staged at the venue.


This syndicate assembles a group of beggars who experiences disabilities in life such as blindness, missing limbs, etc. Retrieved on September 26, from http: It shows to us the social stratification. Ronaldo ‘not obsessed’ by individual trophies Football. 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. Vatican spokesman and his deputy resign Europe.

Life becomes meaningful when we find happiness even though we experience some hardships and pains. What do you do? The accusation was dug by a trial with three antagonists. This was a sequel of a tragedy where the main character falls to an even more tragic situation, thus a tragedy within a tragedy. Ang Paglilitis ni Mang Serapio can still be a comedy but it does not guarantee actual laughs, but the irony of it all all the significant happenings in the play can make you think really hard and make you realize.

Just be prepared to be stressed out of your wits. This then alarmed the syndicate of the foolishness of Serapio as to why he is using his money for the doll; giving less of the funds to the syndicate and more to Sol, the doll.