"Ang Kalayaan ni Narcisa" ("The Freedom of Narcisa")
August 29, 2004.
Back-to-back plays which depict the Filipino people's plight and struggle throughout history; performed by the Kapisanan ng mga Mandudula sa Marikina (KMM) - SINAGBAYAN.

"Repleksyon sa Eleksyon" ("Reflection on Elections")
Old Balara Covered Court (April 26, 2004); Kaingin Uno Community court (May 2, 2004)
This musicale tackles the issue of election-related fraud and violence, challenges our local politicians to act on the plight of the basic masses and encourages the people to stand up for their rights; staged in cooperation with militant party lists Bayan Muna, Gabriela, Anakpawis, Anak ng Bayan, Migrante and Suara Bangsamoro.
Defend! Kalibre .45
March 2004, UP Alumni Center
This campaign was launched  to defend Jose Ma. Sison, uphold the rights of political prisoners and to educate the people on the history of the National Democratic movement. SINAGBAYAN participated in this program as part of the production team and as performers.
Roving Theater: Back-to-back theater adaptations of National Artist Amado V. Hernandez' "Panata ng Isang Lider" and "Langaw sa Isang Basong Gatas"
June-December 2003. Don Alejandro Roces High School (Q.C.), Dapitan Sports Complex (Sampaloc), St. Scholastica's College (Manila), Karangalan Village (Montalban), U.P. Theater (Diliman), Rogationist College (Cavite) and at the Folk Arts Theater.
Adaptations of Ka Amado's short stories, written and directed by Bonifacio Ilagan; co-produced by the Amado V. Hernandez Resource Center, the Cultural Center of the Philippines, Concerned Artists of the Philippines and SINAGBAYAN.
"Panata sa Kalayaan" ("Vow of Freedom")
Cultural Center of the Philippines (Sept. & Nov. 2003); Folk Arts Theater (Sept2003).
Poetryreading held In celebration of National Artist Amado V. Hernandez' centennial anniversary. SINAGBAYAN performed the title piece "Panata sa Kalayaan", a poem depicting Ka Amado's experience in prison.
"Langaw sa Isang Basong Gatas" ("Fly in a Glass of Milk"), set in 1970, tackles the plight and struggle of a peasant family who are victims of land-grabbing and demolition.
"Panata ng Isang Lider" ("A Leader's Vow") , set in 1960, focuses on the family of an imprisoned labor leader wherein his family endures poverty and humiliation and yet supports her husband until his acquital.

"Piketlayn ng Bayan" ("People's Picketline")

St. Joseph's College (April 27, 2000) and the Pope Pius XII Theater (May 1, 2000
) SINAGBAYAN's first major production,  depicting the Filipino workers' plight and struggle during the US-Estrada regime.
Community Integration
Education and Skills-Development
International Work
Other programs and activities:
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"Excel in creating and popuarizing artworks from the masses and for the masses!"
- from SINAGBAYAN's General Program of Action
Sining na Naglilingkod sa Bayan (Art for the People)
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"Pamilyang Pilipino: Sa Dalit at Paglaya" ("The Filipino Family: In Strife and the Struggle to be Free")
January 2003, Quezon City Circle
Staged in celebration of the First World Meeting of Families, and in cooperation with other progressive organizations, this play depicts the plight and struggle of Filipino families in the face of imperialist globalization.
Productions & Performances
              As main vehicles for propaganda, performances are held whenever or wherever the opportunity or need arises: on the streets, in theaters, schools, communities, picketlines and other mass mobilizations. Poetry, dance, theater, music and visual arts are the usual components of each performance.
Propaganda & campaigns
Productions and performances for 2000-2004

"Expand the ranks of cultural workers and activists!"

"Excel in creating and popularizing artworks from the masses and for the masses!"

         - from SINAGBAYAN's
General Program of Action

SINAGBAYAN is a cultural mass organization based in the Philippines. Its membership is composed of writers, musicians, visual artists, art enthusiasts, cultural workers and activists who arouse, organize and mobilize the masses towards national democracy.

SINAGBAYAN serves the people
by actively participating in the people's struggle; in particular,  by advocating a nationalist, scientific and mass-oriented culture. 

Art from the people and for the people. SINAGBAYAN studies, creates and popularizes art and literature which present the life and struggle of the Filipino masses.

programs include:




community integration

international work


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We encourage you to:
enlist as a full-time or part-time volunteer;
sign up for activities;
contribute artworks (songs, poems, stories, sketches, etc.);
or donate materials/funds for our projects

Mailing address:
39 Scout Bayoran, Barangay South Triangle, 1109 Quezon City, Philippines

Peso Account number:
1287 - 10805 - 9
Depositor's ID:
Equitable-PCI Bank,
New York-EDSA branch
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