Scripps Miramar Performance


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The Silayan Filipina National Organization (a.k.a. Silayan Filipina) is a Filipina-American Women’s service organization dedicated to educational outreach, community service, and cultivating the Philippine heritage.

Due to mature content, recommended for ages 18 and up.

Saturday, March 16, 2019


Scripps Miramar Ranch Library


10301 Scripps Lake Drive

San Diego, CA 92131


It was a lovely day for our final performance at Scripps Miramar Ranch library. Audience members picked up rocks, learned more about Silayan Filipina, and browsed our recommended books on the patio. Thank you to Silayan Filipina and our audience. Councilperson Chris Cate addressed us before the show, and Lucas Cruz, Field Representative from Assemblyperson Lorena Gonzales’s office, honored the cast and crew with certificates after the performance. Our panel discussion centered on Community with Access Inc. attorney and Silayan President Anne Bautista, Silayan Filipina Executive Director Joy Ella Deguzman, Silayan Filipina Karilagan Youth Leadership Program Director Michelle Ella-Blake, SDPD Domestic Violence Unit Detective Rick Castro, and SDPD Multi-Cultural Community Relations Officer Lem Sainsanoy. Thank you to Scripps Miramar Ranch librarian Trevor Jones, Melissa Giffen, and staff. Please share your feedback with California Humanities here.

Councilperson Chris Cate
The selfie with Cast Members Patrick Mayuyu, Gingerlily Lowe, and Reanne Acasio
Members of Silayan Filipina, San Diego Police Department, and SDPD Multi-Cultural Community Relations Office

Cast and Crew with Field Representative Lucas Cruz of Assemblyperson Lorena Gonzales’s office
Community members after the show
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