From Urban Crazes: I am excited to be casted within an amazing theater production this summer in Washington DC. “Every night I die,” is a new play written by Amanda Andrei and directed by Francis Tanglao-Aguas will be premiered at the Capital Fringe festival beginning July 19th, 2011 and running for 4 other shows till July 24th, 2011. You don’t want to miss out.
“Every night I die” is a classic drama based in Mindanao, Philippines during the 1930’s. Love, deceit, an over-protective family and the religious diversity of the islands are symbolic themes embedded within the story.
This play is filled with the best acting talent in the Washington DC area: Paolo Santayana, DonMike Mendoza, Joana Danielle, Regie Cabico, Grace Yeon and Jennifer Armas. I was casted to play Dacquel Cortez. Dacquel is the oldest brother, a farmer and a strong Protestant. He reminds me of many stubborn Filipino men whose words and opinions cut straight to the truth despite hurting peoples feelings.