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Aesop’s famous fable February 8, 2016

Filed under: Uncategorized — taatamata @ 9:50 pm

This convo alludes to the Greek writer Aesop’s famous fable about a fox that cannot reach some grapes on a high vine and announces that they are sour. This disparaging is well staged and I commend you for that. 

I am always lenient to your frailty and infirmity and most of the time I am open to  hear your nugatory grievances. I was not expecting that this time you will invite respective audiences to stage your own show.

For your indulgence, I will call on for a special TBAA hearing to formally discuss your paltry and derogatory insinuations.  You can invite your cohorts to explain the discrepancy  on the attached excel file on this convo which is the unexplained  and unsupported financial statement of KAM 2013 that was headed by you and your associates. You and your helm  should take the full responsibility to explain this incongruity  to the entirety of TBAA membership.

 

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AIDS On Stage: Kiriring, Aida’t Macaraig February 4, 2016

Filed under: Uncategorized — taatamata @ 8:26 pm

 

AIDS On Stage: Kiriring, Aida’t Macaraig

http://wethepvblic.com/10-theater-shows-to-catch-in-early-2016/#.VrO3hPllNpghttp://

AIDS on stage with Kiriring, Aida’t Macaraig

https://www.musicmuseum.com.ph/harold-de-mesas-kiriring-aidat-macaraig/

http://www.ticketworld.com.ph/online/kiriring2016

http://momcenter.com.ph/programs-and-events/view/harold-de-mesas-kiriring-aidat-macaraig

http://lifenstylecentral.com/tag/kiriring-aidat-macaraig/

https://www.behance.net/gallery/33219511/Kiriring-Aidat-Macaraig-

http://Posterhttp://whatshappening.com.ph/event/harold-de-mesas-kiriring-aidat-macaraig-at-teatrino-greenhills/

http://www.metrokelan.com/theater-and-performing-arts/kiriring-aidat-macaraig_i27678

 

 

JM de Guzman, Nasan na Naman? February 3, 2016

Filed under: Uncategorized — taatamata @ 4:58 am
 

Social Media Manager Job Description: A Complete Guide February 1, 2016

Filed under: Uncategorized — taatamata @ 9:21 pm
 

MEMORANDUM OF AGREEMENT (MOA SAMPLE) January 25, 2016

Filed under: Uncategorized — taatamata @ 12:16 am

MOA SAMPLE

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MEMORANDUM OF AGREEMENT BETWEEN

Table Guide Management and [Name of the Institution]

 

The following constitutes a Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) between Table Guide Management and [name of the institution]. The purpose of this agreement is to set forth the agreed upon restaging of the mobile theatre play “Ang Kagila-gilalas na Kasinungalingan Tungkol sa Isang Kayumangging Bayan” and [Name of the institution and the address]

This MOA is intended to be of the mutual benefit in showcasing of the mobile theatre play “Ang Kagila-gilalas na Kasinungalingan Tungkol sa Isang Kayumangging Bayan” between Table Guide Management and  [Name of the institution].

The mobile theatre play “Ang Kagila-gilalas na Kasinungalingan Tungkol sa Isang Kayumangging Bayan” will be showcased from the last week of February to the first week of March. [Name of the institution] designated [play dates] and agreed to showcase the play on this date with the following Terms and Conditions:

TABLE GUIDE MANAGEMENT SHALL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR:

  • Mounting the mobile theatre production ‘ “Ang Kagila-gilalas na Kasinungalingan Tungkol sa Isang Kayumangging Bayan” on the designated date and time.
  • Providing tickets and promotional materials for the said production.
  • Table Guide Management will shoulder the utility charges (electricity and overtime fees for janitorial services and other manpower) from ingress to egress of the said production.
  • Table Guide Management will share the 20 percent of the total ticket sales or will provide a Multi Media Showcase (5o inches LED TV and speaker system) to [Name of the institution] that can be used for educational purposes.

[Name of the institution] SHALL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR:

  • [Name of the institution] will provide the venue of the said play within their premises.
  • [Name of the institution] will provide at least 200 to 250 students per show and a total of 3 runs of the show or at least a total of 500 guaranteed audience with in the day to cover the production and labor cost of the show. (Ticket price is Php200.00 each)
  • Market the tickets to the studentry and provide guaranteed seats with all of the show run.
  • [Name of the institution] will remit the total ticket sales at least a week before the designated play dates.

 

MODIFICATIONS

Modifications to this MOA shall only be made by written mutual consent of both parties, signed and dated by all parties.

 

This MOA is signed this ______ day of ________________,

 

by the participating parties.

_________________________

_________________________

 

_________________________

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Harold de Mesa’s ‘Kiriring Aida’t Macaraig’ Buy your tickets now at Ticketworld January 20, 2016

Filed under: Uncategorized — taatamata @ 11:55 pm

Tanghalang Batingaw Alumni Association Inc. and the National Commission for Culture and the Arts present

Harold de Mesa’s ‘Kiriring Aida’t Macaraig’
(Revisioned story by Nippon Denzo and Rowmel Rodriguez)
Feb 19, 2016 • Teatrino
4:00 PM & 8:00 PM

Buy your tickets now at Ticketworld https://www.ticketworld.com.ph/

kam

 

The Sleeping Lady at the Mall, Do you think it’s funny?

Filed under: Uncategorized — taatamata @ 3:30 am

Do you think it’s  funny?

By Ozawa Hanashi

Netizens delivered in photoshopping the sleeping lady in various scenes, making her Internet famous.

Funny right? If you look at the edited photos, you might think they’re hilarious! However, what’s the story behind the original photo posted? Did the lady know about this? Do you think she wanted to be Photoshopped or become internet famous? Or if she wants to be famous, do you think, she wants it to be this way?

What if the poor lady is one of your relatives? Will you find the pictures funny? You might be thinking,”Hey! It’s just a joke!”. Maybe your thinking, if she didn’t want her photo to go viral, she shouldn’t have slept in the mall, right? Well , you see, people. She’s a “lola” and she looks really tired. Who knows what she went through before she decided to or accidentally sleep on the couch? What if she’s just really sleepy?

You see, there’s a thin line between joking and bullying. This might seem like a joke to you but it’s not a funny one. This is one of the reasons why cyber bullying is a thing. Sometimes, we just dive in to what’s viral. We want to be “in”. We want to look cool and funny. We should stop being mean to people. Let’s restore faith in netizens, shall we?

Bdw according to my reliable source (which is none other than the fashion Guru of Capone Collezione Process), the  sleeping lady at the mall is not a Filipina but a native from New Delhi, India.

So beware, if you laugh at this lady from the top of your lungs, karma is digital. You can never tell, the next time I browse the internet, I might see you in a photoshopped picture with a hilarious and horrible meme of your own.

 

 

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