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Last June 21 and 22, DepEd in partnership with the National Commission for Culture and the Arts (NCCA) and the Cultural Center of the Philippines (CCP), sponsored the show "Noli Me Tangere, The Opera" for teachers, learners, officials, and staff at the CCP Complex.
Among the multiple examples they put forth to reinforce their claims, it is their revelations regarding Michelangelo's adaptation of Noli me tangere for his admired patron, Vittoria Colonna (a composition known through a version by Bronzino painted between 1531-1532) that prove the most insightful of the chapter.
How much does your memory of living in the Philippines as a child play a role in Noli Me Tangere? Having left there when you were only nine years old, how much do you remember, and how will that be featured in your Jeepney recreation?
The topic is addressed for the most part chronologically.The first chapter provides a brief historical survey of images of Saints Mary Magdalene and Thomas--the Noli me tangere and Doubting Thomas episodes, in particular--from late antiquity through the Byzantine period, and up to the late medieval period.
(2) It begins by examining a poem that bears the title "Noli me tangere" and then it explores how Bonnefoy configures and reconfigures this biblical scene in a series of poems about touching or failing to touch snow.
In this photo taken June 17, one of the two restored hand-written novels, the original editions of national hero Jose Rizal's books "Noli Me Tangere" (Touch Me Not) and "El Filibusterismo" (Reign of Greed) at the National Library in Manila.
Their artistic partnership with Tangere Arts (another Derbyshire-based theatre company) was integral to their establishment, since the two companies were able to share an artistic director, Ava Hunt, who has directed this first production for them.
Linguistically there is an interesting parallel here between the colloquial way we talk about 'touching' somebody for a loan and the origin of the word 'tax.' The derivation of this word is the Latin taxare 'to estimate' but this itself was derived from another verb tangere 'to touch.' The implication here is that the first efforts at estimating an amount or weight would have been by feel.
(1) During a short catechism, Jesus implies the inappropriateness of Mary's tears with the question that, just before, the angels attending the tomb have posed to her: "Woman, why weepest thou?" When Christ calls her by name, she recognizes him as "Rabboni" (Master), and he immediately warns her, "Touch me not" ("Noli me tangere") because, he says, "I am not yet ascended to my Father." He instructs her to find the disciples and inform them that she has seen Christ resurrected.
Roman Cruz stated that the recent 'Noli Me Tangere' opera at the CCP 'succeeded in introducing 'Noli' the novel in an entertaining and friendly way' and that '...at the very least, it piqued enough curiosity to finally read the book.' Good to know.
In an effort to boost deeper understanding and respect for Philippine culture, the Department of Education (DepEd), in partnership with the National Commission for Culture and the Arts (NCCA) and the Cultural Center of the Philippines (CCP), sponsored the show Noli Me Tangere, The Opera for teachers, learners, officials, and staff at the CCP Complex on June 21 and 22.
To celebrate the anniversary month of the Department of Education (DepEd) and to further promote cultural awareness and appreciation, DepEd, together with the National Commission for Culture and the Arts (NCCA), Cultural Center of the Philippines (CCP), J&S Productions Inc., and Enrique Zobel Foundation Inc., brings back the smash-hit landmark production of "Noli Me Tangere, The Opera," to the Tanghalang Nicanor Abelardo of the CCP for one weekend only, from June 21 to 23.