Pepe by Malou Jacob
October 6 @ 8:00 PM - 9:30 PM$10.00 – $14.00
To reserve and pay online for the Paul Phillips Hall performances, scroll to the bottom of this page
José Rizal – “Pepe” – (1861-1896) is one of the most revered figures in Philippine history. He was a multifaceted intellectual, a novelist, a celebrated physician, and a political activist. He is best known for his writings that inspired the Philippine revolution and ultimately led to his execution by the Spanish colonizers. Rizal’s martyrdom ended over 300 years of oppressive Spanish tyranny by giving birth to the Philippines as an independent nation. In the words of the playwright: “Pepe focuses on the roots of Rizal’s oppression while exploring his relationship with his family and country, always reminding the audience that although a hero, he was first and foremost an ordinary human being, an ordinary Filipino.” Director Francis Matheu will bring Malou Jacob’s play to life using a variety of presentation techniques.
Malou Jacob is a Filipino playwright and a recipient of the S.E.A. Write Award and was also a creative consultant of the Communication Foundation for Asia.
Francis Matheu is the Founding Artistic Director of Twin Bill Theatre in the Philippines, and a recent graduate of the UVic MFA Theatre Directing program.
Directed by Francis Matheu
Choreography by Janice Valdez
Costumes by Clara Van Horn-Foy
Projection design by Joyce Anne S. Garcia
Sound design by Jethro Z. Joaquin
Cast (alphabetically): Sheila Alonzo, Kendra Bidwell, James Gonzalez, Francis G. Matheu, Igor Melo, Jessica Somera, Janice Valdez
The play is about 90 minutes long, including one intermission.
All performances are wheelchair accessible – but you need to contact us beforehand so we can make accommodation.
Performances in English at the Paul Phillips Hall are on:
Sept 20 – 8pm (Preview)
Sept 21 – 8pm
Sept 22 – 8pm
Sept 23 – 2pm
Sept 23 – 8pm
Sept 26 – 8pm
Sept 27 – 8pm
Sept 28 – 8pm
Sept 30 – 2pm
Sept 30 – 8pm
Oct 4 – 8pm
Oct 5 – 8pm
Oct 6 – 8pm
Oct 7 – 2pm
Oct 7 – 8pm
Performances in Tagalog language at the Bayanihan Community Centre are on:
Oct 20 – 7pm
Oct 21 – 2pm
Oct 21 – 7pm
Reservations and Ticket Sales for the English performances at the Paul Phillips Hall, 1923 Fernwood Road (MAP):
$14 regular (adults), $10 seniors (60+) /students/unwaged
Wednesday Sept 20 is half-price ($7) preview
Wednesday Sept 27 is Pay-What-You-Wish admission
You can also reserve directly through THEATRE INCONNU without prepayment:
phone: (250) 360-0234
If you reserve by phone or email, you will pay when you come to see the show.
Reservations and Ticket Sales for the Tagolog performances at the Bayanihan Community Centre, 1709 Blanshard Street (MAP):
phone: (250) 891-5720