Samahang Pilipino Student Cultural Night
Saturday, May 22, 2010
6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Royce Hall Auditorium
Embarking on its 33rd year, Samahang Pilipino Cultural Night (SPCN) was one of the first shows of its kind, standing as a pioneer of the “Cultural Night” genre. SPCN evolved from its roots as a small Pilipino potluck to a well established and highly represented cultural tradition at UCLA. As a major program of Samahang Pilipino, a student advocacy group at UCLA, SPCN stands as the largest student-initiated and student-run cultural production on the UCLA campus. With a cast of roughly 250 participants and an audience up to 1,800 individuals, this cultural production serves as a major avenue for UCLA students to celebrate, explore and share the culture and history of the Philippines with the UCLA and greater Los Angeles community. This year's cultural night is managed by 26 students of diverse educational backgrounds. With a script written and directed by Manilynn Disuanco and original music written and composed by Regina Rimando, SPCN aims to interweave dance, song, theater and music to present a cohesive production, produced by Rachelle Alcantara.
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