HS Play 2018: Tickets now on sale


This year’s High School play is an adaption of the novel Haroun and the Sea of Stories, which was originally written by Salman Rushdie for his young son, but has since attracted readers of all ages.

Buying tickets: This year, the play will use reverse staging , which limits the amount of seats available at each show to 186 and means there will be assigned seating. To ensure you get the date and seats that suit your family, buy your tickets early rather than wait until the day. Tickets cost 150PHP for students and 300PHP for adults. There are two ways to pay for tickets:

  • Pay in  cash at the cashiers office
  • Pay at the electronic kiosk, print a receipt, and take this to the cashier’s office to exchange for a ticket.

Show information: The play will be performed in the ISM Fine Arts Theatre 5 times:

  • Thursday, October 11th @ 6pm
  • Friday, October 12th @ 6pm
  • Saturday, October 13th @ 10am, 2pm & 6pm

The show starts with a unique entrance so arriving late won’t be possible; please be on time. There will be no intermission as the show is estimated to last about an hour and 15 minutes.

Plot summary: At the beginning of the play, young Haroun is finding life difficult. His mother, Soraya,  has gone and his famous storyteller father, Rashid,  is losing his ability to tell stories. Haroun discovers a way to help his father, but it involves a dangerous journey to the Sea of Stories and through a war between the Kingdoms of Gup and Chup. A long the way, he is assisted by many unique and magical beings.

Who is this play appropriate for? This play is appropriate for the whole ISM community. ES students will enjoy the magical costuming and unique set design, MS students will love the physicality and humour, and HS and adult audience members will appreciate the deeper morals of the story, which speak of the important role stories play in our lives.

 

 

 

 

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