Are you a fan of dance? Then you won’t want to miss “Sayaw Manila 17: Pantone,” an annual dance extravaganza organized by the UP Indayog Dance Varsity. Check out this teaser from its 2018 auditions.
They seem fun, right? While previous editions of Sayaw Manila have been performed live and on stage, this year’s presentation is a video series that you can watch in the comfort and safety of your home. (Read: 3 Asian Artists Who Will Join Ylona Garcia at Her New Label)
Fans can catch the shows (and shows from the previous years) on the UP Indayog Dance Varsity’s Facebook page and YouTube channel. If you want to know more about “Sayaw Manila 17: Pantone,” My Pope Philippines lists three things to expect from the event!
#1: ‘Sayaw Manila 17: Pantone’ Will Run for Six Weeks
Fresh dance presentations will be uploaded for six consecutive Saturdays, from April 10 to May 15. (Read: Song Kang Plays as Male Ballet Dancer in New Netflix Series)
#2: The Dance Show Will Feature a Variety of Themes
The six pieces, says the event’s official release, encompass reality, “from relatable trends that have started during this pandemic to socio-political events. The video series will be featuring the little joys in life that have kept us connected through these trying times.”
#3: The Event Is Free for Everyone!
No tickets to buy, but you can donate to the event’s chosen beneficiary. It’s a worthy one: Kalinaw-Casa Misericordia Foundation, Inc. is a home for the abandoned elderly in North Cotabato. Scroll down the University of Philippines Manila’s Facebook page for details on how to send pledges.