Based on oral traditions 2.
This means to excavate. This ritual was brought here by the Spaniards to remind the people about the search for St. A dramatic performance is usually done even without a raised stage and held during Maytime festivals.
A cross is buried in the clearing or mound in a yard near a church. Before the town fiesta, St. Helena l with king Constantine and some soldiers start to look for the cross. She digs on the mounds while a dialogue ensues as the search continues. Upon reaching the third mound where the Cross is found, there is great jubilation around and then the Cross is borne in a procession to the church where a priest performs religious rites.
As early as April, the participating ladies are chosen and sometimes, mothers volunteer their girls in order to fulfill a vow made during an illness or for a favor received.
In some parts of Bicol, a different presentation is made but the objective is the same: Helena on the mound she had dug in. A dramatic performance to commemorate the passion and death of Jesus Christ. There are two kinds: In Hablana the lines are spoken in a more deliberate manner showing the rhythmic measure of each verse and the rhyming in each stanza and is more dignified in theme while the Cantada is chanted like the Pasion.
This is written in octosyllabic verse with 8 verses to the stanza. The full length takes about 3 nights of staging. Performers come in costumes with wigs and performs the role Jesus Christ and another, the role of Virgin Mary.
This is presented before 12 midnight on Christmas eve. This is a presentation of the search of the Virgin Mary and St. Joseph for an inn wherein to deliver the baby Jesus. It is still presented in many Philippine towns. Two processions are held by the church at early dawn.
One is made up of men bearing on their shoulders the image of the Risen Christ, the other, women carrying the heavily veiled image of the Virgin Mary. The processions converge at an appointed place usually under a flowerlike canopy constructed at the church patio or town plaza.
At a signal, an angel is lowered by a pulley. The church bells ring at this point. Then the two images are carried back in procession to the church. This is a form of dramatic entertainment performed on a moonless in some books on moonlight night during a town fiesta or on dark nights after a harvest.A document about Philippine Literature Timeline for the subject '21st Century Literature from the Philippines and the World' in Senior High School (SHS).
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As a result of this selection, the following got the first three prizes: First Prize: Narciso Reyes with his LUPANG TINUBUAN Second Prize: Liwayway Arceo’s UHAW ANG TIGANG NA LUPA Third Prize: NVM Gonzales’ LUNSOD NAYON AT DAGAT-DAGATAN D. .
Tagalog and English writings of Narciso G. Reyes. Lupang Tinubuan was adjudged the best short story in Tagalog in A series of short stories in English that had /5.