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— by Walter Ang: The spotlight illuminates Filipino domestic workers based in the U.S. in the 45-minute production “Sigaw: A Shadowplay.”

“Sigaw” follows the journey of Marissa from a young girl in a Philippine province to being a domestic worker in the United States. She confronts a life of hard labor, oppression, isolation and abuse—finding comfort only in the children she’s helping to raise…

Image: Shadow silhouette of Aureen Almario, playwright, puppet designer and director of “Sigaw: A Shadowplay,” courtesy of Paciano Triunfo

July 16, 2019