Then out of the blue, an old worn-out man was mercilessly dragged by two hulks throwing him at the feet of the jurors. The man who was only known as “Serapio” is facing a trial for a crime he never knew. What happened next remained a ghastly sight for the audience as “litigators” grilled the old man until he coughed out his secret.
Will Serapio be guilty of the crime? What punishment awaits the old man from the wise jury? These are the questions that will blow the mind of the audience as they anticipate this year’s re-staging of Paul Dumol’s “Ang Paglilitis kay Mang Serapio”.
Deemed to be more dramatic and cringe-worthy, two groups will be presenting the 30-minute stageplay on October 18 and 19. The Dramatics Ensemble are currently undergoing series of training and workshop under UC thespian and CITE alumnus Phillip Bernard Ogang to ensure that audience will be treated to a stage presentation that will keep them baffled.