17 episodes

The title is a phrase often used by performance makers at the Cultural Center of the Philippines. "Tawid sa Harbour" (Head over to the harbour) subtly means "Let us head over somewhere to talk about what we just experienced."

As an assistant professor in a university and a performance maker, I talk about theatre every minute of my every day. I intend to extend my class discussions and creative work in this podcast. I hope that we continue reclaiming our collaborative spaces and creating new public spheres in the time of the global health crisis.

Tawid sa Harbour: Anything About Theatre Uleb Nieto

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The title is a phrase often used by performance makers at the Cultural Center of the Philippines. "Tawid sa Harbour" (Head over to the harbour) subtly means "Let us head over somewhere to talk about what we just experienced."

As an assistant professor in a university and a performance maker, I talk about theatre every minute of my every day. I intend to extend my class discussions and creative work in this podcast. I hope that we continue reclaiming our collaborative spaces and creating new public spheres in the time of the global health crisis.

    Performing the Personal with Ela Figura

    Performing the Personal with Ela Figura

    Ela Figura takes us on her creative journey in devising her performance, “Still Awesome,” using personal narratives and “traumaturgy,” and taking inspiration from Layeta Bucoy and Olive Nieto’s MonoVlog and Bo Burham’s online performances.

    In this episode, we raise the ethical aspects of research on performing traumatic memory and discuss how to establish a safe space in creating a performance.

    • 48 min
    The Collaborative Actors Prepare (Part 2)

    The Collaborative Actors Prepare (Part 2)

    In this 2-part episode, Zheg Arban and Janna Cortes share their collaborative preparations as student actors for performances before and during the pandemic. We delve deeper into how collaboration in acting activates a safe space to make your co-actors and alternates an enabling presence to your growth on the stage and in life. They provide tips on how to make your acting journals your best friend.

    In “The Collaborative Actors Prepare Part 2: Actors as Collaborators,” Zheg and Janna reveal how they bring the collaborative acting process into their respective Dulaang Laboratoryo thesis productions and creative works.

    • 51 min
    The Collaborative Actors Prepare (Part 1)

    The Collaborative Actors Prepare (Part 1)

    In this 2-part episode, Zheg Arban and Janna Cortes share their collaborative preparations as student actors for performances before and during the pandemic. We delve deeper into how collaboration in acting activates a safe space to make your co-actors and alternates an enabling presence to your growth on the stage and in life. They provide tips on how to make your acting journals your best friend.

    “The Collaborative Actors Prepare Part 1: Collaborative Acting in UP Playwrights’ Theatre’s Nana Rosa” includes a glimpse of my training for student actors as "emotional athletes" through embodied dramaturgy.

    • 38 min
    Theatre Acting and "Going Viral” with Rain Matienzo

    Theatre Acting and "Going Viral” with Rain Matienzo

    TikTok’s “Conyo Girl” Rain Matienzo shares her experiences in theatre acting classes in college which are the foundations of her preparations for theatre and tv auditions. Rain also tells her stories of losing projects during the pandemic and betting on herself to create opportunities on social media.

    • 44 min
    Centering

    Centering

    TAWID SA HARBOUR IS BACK (with a thirst trap poster)! Season 2 is here!



    Season 2 is about CENTERING. I am collecting my scattered energies by rooting myself with the people who have been doing great work. I am highlighting my former thesis advisees’ and students’ theses and creative works. I have also invited my closest friends to talk about their recent creative works and research on healing, visual arts, pageants, spoken word, etc.



    ABANGAN!

    • 4 min
    3 Fez op Luv

    3 Fez op Luv

    Kilalanin si Uleb Nieto—your looove guru para sa espesyal na pang-Pebrerong episode ng Tuko Chroncles na pinamagatang, “3 Fez op Luv”. Pakinggan ang mga kuwento ng mga taong nadapa, bumangon, nadapa, at bumangong muli para sa pag-ibig. Tune in din para sa mga tips on how NOT to fall in love~

    3 Fez op Luv

    Sinulat ni Layeta P. Bucoy at pinerform ni Olive Nieto

    *Collaboration: Tuko Chronicles x MonoVlog. Premiered on 28 February 2022 via Spotify account ng Tuko Chronicles (https://spoti.fi/3BUszGB).

    • 28 min

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citybuoy ,

Love this show!

An interesting view of theater and performance that doesn’t make non-theater people feel excluded. The first episode was really good and I can’t wait to hear the rest of it.

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