GOOD NEWS about HIV/AIDS do not come as often so whenever some guys got the balls to act boldly on giving HIV-infected folks a voice, we are here to support.
You may not be infected but might as well be that loving friend to those who are by supporting this stage play by Tanghalang Batingaw Alumni Association Inc. in cooperation with the National Commission for Culture and Arts.
It a revisioned story by Nippon Denzo and Rowmel Rodriguez of Harold De Mesa’s Kiriring, Aida’t Macaraig.
The show will run for two days on February 19 and 20, 2016.
“Kiriring, Aida’t Macaraig follows the story of three individuals infected with HIV. They tried to live a normal life but still haunted by their past. Set in the early 90s to 2010s, this stage play aims to promote awareness and to help end the stigma commonly associated with HIV-infected people.”
‘Kiriring, Aida’t Macaraig’ will be shown on February 19, 2016 at Teatrino Promenade in Greenhills (4pm & 8pm); and on February 20 at CAP Auditorium in Makati (1pm, 4pm & 7pm).
For tickets reservation, you may go to http://www.ticketworld.com.ph or you may call (0917) 757 2116.