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Arielle Nicole Papa

International Baccalaureate,

Class 2011-2012

"In the face of immense pressure and uncertainty that came with undertaking a Bachelors degree abroad, the structure of Southville-International Baccalaureate classes helped me learn how to best manage my time; and the 5Cs of Southville shaped my attitude towards personal and professional pursuits. Character and Commitment to Achieve kept me grounded and focused." read more>>


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I Do Bidoo Bidoo



The AB Communications Theatre Arts class of 2014 put on a production called I Do Bidoo Bidoo. Another original play directed by their professor and alumni Ms. G who had firsthand experience of theatre production during her time as lead role in Miss Saigon.

The story follows a young couple, from different worlds, who unexpectedly become expecting parents after a moment of indiscretion. They have to deal with their outraged parents, who disapprove of the match, before they can get married. Anjo Damiles plays Rock Polotan, a poor nursing student who impregnated his girlfriend and fellow nursing student, Tracy Fuentebella (played by Allysa De Real) who comes from a well off family. Rose Polotan, who is played by Dr. Joanne, is Rock’s mother and runs a catering business with Lilibeth, played by Nessa Lacerna and Vicky, played by Danica Rayos. Her husband Pol Polotan, played by Mr. Norberte, father of Rock who happens to be a one hit wonder composer for a commercial song. Nick Fuentebella, played by Sir Marl Ferenal, Tracey’s father and Elaine Fuentebella, Trace’s mother, played by Dean Felma, and Sir Ruel Cajili as a retired sergeant and Tracey’s grandfather who disapproves of her relationship with Rock. Rock find support in his closeted-gay best friend, Brent (played by Oliver Buiser) who is secretly in love with him.

For the first time, the theatre arts students decided to take their cast from other course departments and even faculty members which made for difficult rehearsals, as it was difficult synchronising everyone’s schedules, however the final result was a huge success and a comedic triumph, gaining huge reactions from the audience.