Bari-bari

There’s a gargantuan amount of plastic that ends up in the seas and it is causing harm to birds, marine animals, and fish. Bari-bari is a collection of 9 short dance films that combine interviews and dances in La Union, Ilocos Region. In this episode, humans in recycled plastic bottle regala create a mysterious and whimsical otherworld. Bari-bari is a work supported by Christoph Winkler Company and Goethe Insttitut Manila. Know more here.

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Breathtaking, provocative and daring.

Wanggo Gallaga, Manila Bulletin

Past Full-length Theatre Works

'Pamamaalam' is made by Filipina artist-healer and Daloy Artistic Director, Ea Torrado as part of

The Future Is Ritual, with support from Ontario Arts Council and Greenhouse Theatre.

This work is dedicated to Nanay Irene Antonia Patolot Ta-asan

KantangSayawRitwal ni Ea Torrado | Cinematography and Editing by Chino Neri | Sound Design by Joee Mejias | October 2021, Pagudpud, Ilocos Norte, Philippines Read more here

Photo Credits: Header: 1.Ritwal; Lei Angela, 2. Ea Torrado, taken by Chino Neri, 3. Ea Torrado taken by Mitch Conzon, 4. Daborah Lemuel taken by Jomari Cruz, 5. Jovin Lazaro, Chloe Alcid and Cristina Gimenez taken by KONDWI, 6. Daloy on the sand, takne by Buboy Raquitico, 6. Video: Daloy by Chino Neri, 7. Panibangon photos by Chino Neri and Renz Erykah

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DALOY'S VISION

Daloy is committed to creating performances that are rich in content, meaning, and capacity for renewal and empathy, and in utilising dance in the service of healing through embodied approaches and new rituals of togetherness that seek to understand the deeper relationship between self and community, self and nature, and self and Spirit.

Some of Daloy's 2020-2021 Projects
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RITWAL

FIlipinx artists connecting
with the moon, the land, and one another