‘Ring Round the Moon’ at Assumption College


“Ring Round the Moon,” a romantic comedy by playwright Jean Anouilh about young couples who learn to define the meaning of true love, was staged recently at Black Box Theater in Assumption College, San Lorenzo.

It was presented by Marie Eugenie Theater of the Assumption (Metta), the school’s performing arts group. Directed by Ana Valdes-Lim, with Pinky Valdes as musical director, and Arnie Umayam, choreographer, the play featured Assumption College Theater Arts students with special guests Russel Legaspi, Paolo O’Hara, JV Katipunan, Jay Villanueva, Anthony Falcon and Aren Adao.

For inquiries on summer workshops and next year’s productions, call Metta at 8942681 or 8170757 local 1165; e-mail; or visit, anavaldeslim. com and

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