Monday, March 27, 2017

#TheaterPH - Kung Paano Ako Naging Leading Lady Returns this April!

The box-office hit “Kung Paano Ako Naging Leading Lady: The Musical” is back on stage fully re-imagined and revamped through the fresh eyes of rip-roaring millennials. This pun-filled musical extravaganza brims with Carlo Vergara’s acerbic wit, flamboyant production numbers, and superhero-supervillain action sequences that pack a punch. 



Tongue-in-cheek comedy, family drama, romance and live action converge in Ateneo Blue Repertory’s 25th Anniversary Season Finale. They partner with Dalanghita Productions in bringing to life the famed comic book world of Zsazsa Zaturnnah, but this time focusing on new characters. 

“Kung Paano Ako Naging Leading Lady” tells the story of a lowly labandera, Mely, and her young and wild sister, Viva, who struggle to fulfill their dreams in a world that gives a premium to foreign super heroes with white skin and well-educated barako men who always get the job. They seem to fight to be favored in a society that has no room for them.



When Mely lands a job as the maid for Fuwerza Filipinas, she steps up to this unique challenge for the sake of her family. However, her sibling relationship with Viva becomes more complicated when an unsettled past keeps coming back and a forbidden romance happens amidst an ongoing war between Fuwerza Filipinas, the superheroes, and Kayumanggilas, the supervillains. "Kung Paano Ako Naging Leading Lady" is a journey about compassion, heroism, and redemption.



     “Kung Paano Ako Naging Leading Lady” ushers in a new artistic team led by Issa Manalo Lopez, Director, who recently performed politically charged pieces “I” and “Colonized”. With additional lyrics and composition by Kevin Maske, an Ateneo alumna and awardee of Loyola Schools Awards for the arts and music, he comes in as Musical Director of Vincent de Jesus’ original music. Delphine Buencamino, who has essayed the role of Apolinario Mabini in Tanghalang Pilipino’s “Mabining Mandirigma” and has also choreographed Tanghalang Ateneo’s “Janus Silang at ang Tiyanak ng Tabon”, UP Dulaang Lab’s “Oresteia”, Ateneo Entablado’s “Desaparesidos”, and PETA’s “3 Stars and a Sun” directs movement as Choreographer. J Laspuña, whose previous soundscape collaborations include “Disco1081”, “I”, and “Kapit” does Sound Design.  Carlo Tabije and Ben Padero, the award-winning Production Designers of the film “Heneral Luna”, creates the highly imaginative Set and Costumes. Joseph Matheu, Lighting Designer and Co-Producer of Twinbill’s “Asher Lev”, does the Lights Design. 



The cast boasts of up and coming talented young actors of Philippine theatre. Natasha Cabrera, who previously played Viva in the musical’s commercial run, comes back to the production to play Mely – (Maid of Fuwerza Filipinas). She shares the role with EJ Pepito of PETA’s “3 Stars and a Sun”. Jerome Fugoso plays Senyor Blangko (Lead Super Villain of Kayumanggilas). Ateneo blueREP’s Kassandra Barnes and Ashe Uy alternate as Viva (Mely’s younger sister), Hans Braga as Leading Man (Newest Member of Fuwerza Filipinas), and Arianna Norton as Madre de Dios (Lead Superhero of Fuwerza Filipinas).



Lending support is a mix of theatre professionals and fresh young actors. These include Dulaang UP’s Sheryll Ceasico (Nanay, Mely and Viva’s mother), Ateneo blueREP’s Celine Bengzon (Nena Babushka) and Monica Lopez Gamboa (understudy), Nikki Cadiz (Windang Woman), Shawn Landayan (Popoy Pusakal), Johnason Wei (Bazooka Man), Wrench Canicosa (Marakas Marko), Maia Dapul (Itak-Atak) and Senanda Gomez (understudy), Jason Tan Liwag (Jeryc Sans Rival) and Ale Reynoso (alternate), Rando Torregosa (Henyotik).



The ensemble is composed of Joyce Buen, Miko Insame, Bryan Mendoza, Rion Cairus Reyes, Joseph Matthew Tuazon, Lexi Cruz, Erin Locsin, Jason Cabrera, Titus Villanueva, Wynken Gelito, and Kyla Maegan Frencillo.

The production aims to foster learning by partnering professionals with creative student team members such as Ateneo blueREP’s Marcel David and Jamie Gutierrez (Assistant Directors), Chab Ocampo (Dramaturgy), Alex Masucol (Assistant Musical Director), Evee Raypon (Assistant Choreographer), and Pilar Matoto (Assistant Sound Designer).



The production team is composed of Alicia Florentino (Head Stage Manager), Patricia Tan Palanca (Stage Manager), Twinkle Liboon and Mikee Alvero (Production Managers), Luis Yatco and Charlene Odeste (Assistant Stage Managers), Miko Castro (Head Technical Director), Jesse Lim (Set Technical Director), Danielle Teo (Set Technical Director Deputy), John Paul Manlapaz (Props Technical Director), King Morales (Lights Technical Director), Zerah Alba (Sounds Technical Director), and Gayle Mendiola and Tenny Cayco (Costumes and Makeup Technical Directors). 



Heading the committees are Russ Santos (Chief Finance Officer), Stephanie Escuadro (Front-Of-House Head), JM Munar (Corporate Relations Head), Mitchie Cabrera (Public Relations Head), Jeff Pascual (Documentations Head), Pocholo Comsti and Niño Constantino (Logistics Head), Chris Cancio (Design and Publications Head), Jamie Gutierrez (Art Director), Tara Oppen (Special Projects Committee Representative), and Fifi Santelices and Adrian Chio (HR Representatives). 



“Kung Paano Ako Naging Leading Lady” is set to open on April 19 and will run for two weeks until April 30, 2017. The show starts promptly at 8 p.m. (Thursday-Sunday). Matinee shows (Saturday-Sunday) start at 3 p.m.  The show will be at Rizal Mini Theater, Faber Hall, Ateneo de Manila University. 

For ticket inquiries, please contact Stephanie Escuadro at 09568452030 or reserve through blueREP’s website: bluerepertory.org/tickets

Connect to Ateneo Blue Repertory online through the following social media networks:

Facebook: www.facebook.com/blueREPERTORY 
Twitter: @_blueREPERTORY
Instagram: @blueREPERTORY




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Tuesday, March 21, 2017

#TheaterPH - 2 Decade and a Half - Company Call: blueREP at 25!

To celebrate the past twenty-five years, the Ateneo Blue Repertory presents Company Call: blueREP at 25. The silver anniversary concert will bring together current members and alumni for a special event this April 8, 2017. Featuring some of the organization's most recognizable musical numbers and performers, the concert is about coming home to where generations of blueREPPERs discovered their passion for the stage.



The featured productions are Pippin (1991), The Wiz (1992), Godspell (1993), Once on this Island (2001), Into the Woods (2002), Merrily We Role Along (2004), Footloose (2004), Stages of Love (2006), 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee (2007), High School Musical: Live (2007), All Shook Up (2008), Tick… Tick… Boom! (2009), Side Show (2010), Hair (2011), Little Shop of Horrors (2011), 13 (2012), Bare: A Pop Opera (2012), A New Brain (2013), Spring Awakening (2013), Toilet: The Musical (2014), and  In the Heights (2015).

The Ateneo Blue Repertory prides itself with the recognition of being the country’s most prestigious college musical theater organization. Every year, blueREP offers a line-up of entertaining and groundbreaking musicals, all professionally executed to rival the demand for quality theater shows in the Philippines. This 25th Season, they opened with the blueREP original Real Life Fairytales (September 2016), staged the critically-acclaimed The Addams Family (November 2016), and are closing with the locally-written Kung Paano Ako Naging Leading Lady (April 2017). 

Directing the anniversary concert will be two of blueREP’s esteemed alumni, Toff de Venecia (Director of blueREP’s All Shook Up, Freakshow, and Little Shop of Horrors) and Andrei Pamintuan (Director of Stages of Love, Festival Director and founder of The Manila Fringe Festival (Fringe Manila)), with the help of Ejay Yatco (Musical Director for blueREP’s original Toilet, Edges, and Little Shop of Horrors) as Musical Director with Assistant Musical Directors Alecx Lorica and Lulay Santiago, with choreography by Jim Ferrer (performer in Beyond Theater Award- winning “Here Lies Love”) and Stephen Vinas (performer in Dulaang UP’s Ang Nawalang Kapatid and choreographer of PETA’s Bongga Ka ‘Day!) along with their Assistant Musical Director, Michael Ubamos.

All this strung together by the scriptwriters headed by Gabbi Campomanes and her team, Bea Racoma and Iago Guballa. Costumes and Makeup done by Rio Tanchuling; Set designed by Trency Caga-anan; and Lights Designed by Joseph Matheu.

The featured performers are alumni– Abi Sulit, Alys Serdenia, Amos Francia, Arion Sanchez, Bibo Reyes, Boo Gabunada, Bym Buhain, Carelle Mangaliag, Charmie Inigo, Derrick Fuentes, Ejay Yatco, Franco Ramos, Gab Medina, Gab Pangilinan, Gabbi Campomanes, Gabs Santos, Ian Hermogenes, Jade Albert, Jill Pena, Jim Ferrer, JQ Quesada, Juancho Escoto, KC Kane, Kyla Rivera, Lara Antonio, LJ Galvez, Luis Marcelo, Mahar Mangahas, Mako Alonso, Maronne Cruz, Mian Dimacali, Meg Yatco, Melje Belvis, Moira Lozada, Nelsito Gomez, Nica Del Rosario, Oli del Rosario, Pauline Gaerlan, Red Concepcion,   Rolls Pagunsanan, RR Herrera, Tricia Torres, Victor Robinson III; and current blueREP members– Alex Masucol, Alyssa Jamille Binay, Erika Rafael, Helene Enriquez, Janine Idquival, Justine Narciso, Mia Fortugaleza, Nicole Garcia
and Samantha Chan.

The production team are lead by Danielle Navarrete as Co-Production Manager along with Tomik Tendero, and Irvin Embalsado as Assistant Production Manager. With Marga Lumabas as Head Technical Director; Gayle Mendiola and Noelle Zarza as Co-Head Stage Managers; Alex Bay and Miko Castro as Co-Front-of-House Heads; Kat Bautista as Costumes & Makeup Technical Director; Luigi Soriano as Lights Technical Director; Denise Congson as Sounds Technical Director; and Stephanie Escuadro and Danica Uy as Set & Props Technical Directors.

The Committee Heads of Company Call: blueREP at 25 are as follows: Kelsey Lim – Chief Finance Officer; Trisha Balan – Design and Publications Head; Chapy Fadullon – Design and Publications Art Director; Ria Castillo – Logistics Head; Josh Vera – Documentations Head; Danielyn Del Rosario and Marty Nevada – Co- Videographers; Maia Dapul – Alumni Relations Head; Austin Gonzales – Corporate Relations Head; and Samantha Chan – Public Relations Head; Adrian Chio – HR Representatives; Alix Goño and Enzo Mendoza – Sprocomm Representatives.
  
The 25th Season Concert will be showcased at Cine Adarna, UP Film Institute, University of the Philippines, Diliman, Quezon city on April 8, 2017, Saturday, at 3PM and 8PM.

Tickets will cost P500, P600 or P700 each. For ticket inquiries, please contact Alex Bay at 09175201998.

You may also visit Ateneo Blue Repertory’s official website: http://www.bluerepertory.org.

Connect to Ateneo Blue Repertory online through the following social media networks:

Facebook: www.facebook.com/blueREPERTORY
Twitter:       @_blueREPERTORY
Instagram:   @blueREPERTORY


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Monday, March 20, 2017

#ArtsPH - Ballet Philippines gears up for its Summer Workshop

Summer can be the most crucial time for a budding ballerina’s career. While most children are on vacations or staycations, the pupils of Ballet Philippines Dance School are hard at work. Three to five times a week, they fill their days with classes in classical ballet, modern dance, jazz, hip hop, and even lectures – all geared towards guiding them towards becoming full-fledged dance artists.

The BPDS Jazz Teens class in the 47th Summer Dance Workshop - Photo by Kurt Copon


Classical ballet is a time-honored dance form that teaches grace, precision, and expression - a tradition that the BPDS has passed on through its programs that incorporates the Philippine National Ballet Syllabus to generations of dance students. Classical ballet encourages freedom of expression, builds confidence and self-discipline, and develops a sense of individuality, which would grow into an appreciation for the arts.

Modern dance explores dance movements beyond the set boundaries of classical ballet, incorporating influences from day-to-day movements, folk dances, martial arts and other sports, as well as contemporary/popular dance. Modern serves as a laboratory for emerging dancers and choreographers, allowing the discovery of new artists in dance.

Staying on top of the latest in popular dance, the Ballet Philippines Dance School also offers courses in Hip Hop and Jazz dance. Students discover different rhythms and grooves of movement, shaping them into becoming well-rounded dancers.

Classical Ballet - 1 in Czardas from the 47th Summer Dance Workshop recital- photo by Kurt Copon


The Summer Dance Workshop also offers a weekly Lecture Series, in keeping with the BP Dance School’s holistic approach to dance education. Through these sit-down talks, students have the opportunity to interact with artists of different fields and learn how aspects of their art form can relate to and enhance one’s dancing.

The 48th CCP Summer Dance Workshop starts on April 17, 2016 at BPDS-SM Aura Premier and on April 18, 2016 at BPDS-CCP. Students attend a minimum of 3 classes a week (for pre-ballet and elementary ballet students) to as much as 5 classes a week, including workshop rehearsals for its culminating performances at the Tanghalang Nicanor Abelardo (CCP Main Theater) on May 20 and 21. 

Summer classes will also be held in the newly opened BP Dance School branches in Greenhills Theatre Mall and Victoria Sports, Quezon City. Classes start on April 4 and end on May 31.

The Ballet Philippines Dance School is the professional training ground of the country’s most promising young talents in dance. With a unique curriculum that encompasses various dance styles and techniques, the systematized method and approach to instruction takes highly into account children’s anatomy and psyche at various ages and levels so that the training is physically safe, technically effective and artistically enriching for all students.

BP Dance School's Basic Modern Class in the 47th Summer Dance Workshop - photo by Kurt Copon


The Ballet Philippines Dance School is located at the following venues:

BPDS-CCP: Ground Floor, Cultural Center of the Philippines, CCP Complex, 
Roxas Boulevard, Pasay City
Call (02) 832-3689 (Tina)

BPDS-SM Aura Premier: 
6th Floor, Unit 602B, SM Aura Premier, 26th Street Corner 
McKinley Parkway Bonifacio Global City, Taguig City
Call (02) 531-4436 (Annabelle)

BPDS-Greenhills: 
F&B-5, Arts Plaza, Greenhills Theatre Mall, San Juan
Call 0915 630-6968 (Meann)

BPDS-Victoria Sports: 
Victoria Sports, 799 EDSA Southbound, South Triangle, 
Quezon City
Call (02) 832-3689 (Tina)

Connect to the Ballet Philippines Dance School online through the following social media networks:

Facebook: www.facebook.com/balletphilippines
Twitter: @balletph
Instagram: @balletphilippines
YouTube: balletph

To join in the Ballet Philippines conversation, use their official hashtags: #balletph, #bpdanceschool

See you at the studio!




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Sunday, March 19, 2017

#FitPH - CM Challenge Run a Huge Success!

COLOR MANILA, currently the most aggressive ‘concept fun-run’ organizer in the country today, just capped the weekend with another sold-out event at Clark Parade Grounds for the CM Challenge Run.

This is the fourth time that COLOR MANILA had its event at Clark, Pampanga, their last event was held just last December 2016. 

Thousands of runners trooped to Clark as early as 4 a.m.  Some of them came all the way from overseas, while a good number came from different parts of the country.

Runners got to enjoy the various challenges, they were also seen taking selfies at the color stations.  The color festival which highlighted DJ Franco Zarate also proved to be a treat.  Celebrities such as JC Parker, Ms. Global England 2015 Sophie Rankin and Antoinette Taus were also seen participating in the event. 

“I’m excited to join my first COLOR MANILA run.  I’ve always liked obstacle courses and I’ve seen a lot of photos of their other events.  I can finally join one,” says actress Antoinette Taus.

“We are so happy that all of you guys got here, for making this another sold-out event in Pampanga.  We would also like to encourge our followers to start signing up for our next big event in Manila, the CM Blacklight Run, to be held on May 27, 2017, at Filinvest City, Alabang.  We are most likely expecting 12,000 participants there,” says Justine Cordero, VP of COLOR MANILA.

Sponsors for the CM Challenge Run include Clark Development Corporation, Task Us, Toby’s Sports, Runnr, Fontana, Skechers, Anytime Fitness Angeles, Pascual Yoghurt, 100 Plus, Starbucks Coffee and SM Tickets.  

For more information about CM Blacklight Run on May 27, 2017, please visit www.colormanila.com


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#TheaterPH - Summer Fun with Trumpets Playshop!

As the clock ticks closer to the last day of school, you can’t seem to ignore that it’s getting hotter than ever each day too!  And that can only mean one thing: ITS FINALLY SUMMER! And summer wouldn’t complete if you didn’t try to do something you love or have interest in! Let Trumpets Playshop bridge that gap and upgrade your summer essentials this 2017!



Now is your chance to check this off your bucket list because Trumpets Playshop has gotten you covered! Now on it’s 24th year, the Philippines’ go-to destination for workshops – is open once again for kids, teens and adults who want to be the best they can be in acting, singing, dancing, modeling, and hosting!




Kids ages 4 to 12 will get to bring out their inner Tony-Award-Winners with Playshop's trademark Children's Theater (CT) and Children's Musical Theater (CMT) classes, where they will learn the fundamentals of musical theater through song, dance, improvisation and creative storytelling. Teenagers who want to take their performing techniques to another level can join Playshop's Musical Theater (MT) classes.





Toddlers, kids and teens who just can’t help but express themselves through dance will be more than ecstatic once they join our Playshop Crew – the dance arm of Playshop! They will get to learn from the country’s best dance crews and choreographers like Mike Arda of A-Team , Sasa Cabalquinto of The Addlib Dance Crew and Dan Cabrera of Dance Royalties

Ever thought about being the next Miss Universe or the country’s best talk show host? Then tick that off the list too by joining Modeling or Public Speaking and Hosting workshops led by Ms. Patty Betita and Ms. Kata Inocencio, respectively.



On the other hand, if mastering your vocals, is your top priority, then Starpower is the class for you! 

And whoever said that there’s a deadline to bringing out the best in you? Forget that because Playshop's got men and women ages 19 and up covered! College students and busy professionals can know what it’s like to be the best by training with the best in our Musical Theater for Adults, Modeling, Public Speaking and Hosting, and Starpower classes as well!



Enrollment now OPEN!

So what are you waiting for? Enroll now! Because in Trumpets Playshop, #TheBestofMe is a guarantee!

Great News too! Enrollment has been made easy! For faster transactions, you may visit our online enrolment portal:  https://trumpetsplayshop.klaseko.com



Classes begin on April 17 at The Podium, SM Aura, Alabang Town Center and our other satellite venues.

Like and follow TRUMPETS PLAYSHOP on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. Visit www.trumpetsplayshop.com for full course descriptions, details, and to keep yourself updated with our very exciting promos, events and contests for summer 2017!


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Thursday, March 16, 2017

#FoodPH - The Belle and Dragon Experience!


A few steps from my office, I found a place that really caught my attention. From afar, it looks like a dungeon with Harry Potter-ish vibe. A little bit intimidating on the outside yet inviting as my curiosity provokes me to try and dine. The Belle and Dragon is located at Carlos Palanca Street, Legaspi Village in Makati. Nearby restaurants are Gringo,  Plantation, Nanbantei Yakitori Bar and Salad Stop.



The Belle and Dragon is known for its coldest and freshest draft beers but little did the neighborhood know that they also serve high quality and affordable meals. Sharing you the food I tried out during my visit.



Sharing you snaps taken during my visit:



Run down of the food I tried!


Wanton Nachos
Wanton Crisps, Hoisin Sour Cream slaw, Sriracha aioli, Mozzarella, cheddar and ground pork


Chili Cheese Chips
Pork Chili Ragu, Mozzarella, Cheddar on Thick Cut Fries


Salmon Aburi
fried Brussel sprouts, bonito flakes and malt vinegar


Salt & Pepper Squid
Crisp Calamari Seasoned with Salt and Peppers, seasoned with vinegar


Chicken Karaage Baos
Ginger Soy Soju Marinade, Fried Chicken Thigh, Pickled Vegetables and Fried Mantao Bun


Soba Salad
Mixed greens, Soba Noodles, mangoes, grilled shrimp, creamy sesame dressing


Thai Steak Salad
Wagyu flank steak, basil, mint, cilantro, lime, leeks and Japanese rice.




Herb Crusted Salmon
Pan seared crusted salmon, corn pudding, charred corn and cherry tomatoes.


Braised Tripe and Egg
Chorizo, garbanzo, tomatoes, sweet paprika, poached eggs and grilled sour dough


Fried Pork Shank
Red pepper marmalade, sweet potato puree, soy mignonette, sweet chili vinegar, fish sauce calamansi


Double Dragon Burger
Made from USDA Black Angus meat served with cheddar cheese and caramelized onions. You can play with it by having some additional foie gras, fried egg, bacon and or sautéed mushrooms. Depends on your mood!


Clams & Mushrooms in Sake Butter
served with grilled, steamed clams, roasted mushrooms, sake butter and leeks


The Wurst Threesome
cervelat sausage, veal bratwurst, beef banger, red cabbage, sauekraut and potato mash.


House Dry Aged Steak.
Bone in USDA Black Angus Rib Eye, aged in house for 28 days.



B&D Cheesecake
Chocolate almond soil, seasonal fruit and vanilla cream



Sticky Toffee Pudding
butter scotch, candied dates, vanilla ice cream


Campfire Fondue
dark chocolate ganache, roasted meringue and crackers

There are a lot of food right? If you'll ask me what are my favorites, I will share it to you. For the starters, I love Wanton Nachos. I think they're the only pub serving this kind of fusion. I like how they incorporated the magic ingredient "sriracha" into it. I'm sold! Next is the Salt and Pepper Squid. Imagine yourself eating a popcorn but this time, it's squid. It has the perfect balance of  spices which I believe perfect with a pint or bottle of beer. For small plates, I recommend Herb Crusted Salmon. Chef Alec Santos made a great job of putting corn pudding as the base which adds more texture to the tender, perfectly cooked block of salmon.

Double Dragon Burger with supplements of Foie Gras is the BOMB! I will definitely go back for this burger. It's hard to put into words all the awesome mixture of flavours I've tasted on my first bite so I want you to try it for yourself. B&D Cheese Cake for dessert is a must! It's moist, creamy and delectably good. I am not in a good mood during my visit but this dessert just made me extra alive and inspired.

You may come here for the beer but you will definitely stay for the grub!


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Wednesday, March 1, 2017

#TheaterPH - Ambition or Obsession? Get Ready for The Scarlet Stockings

The Scarlet Stockings is a thesis production with nearly a decade of hardwork and learnings. College of St. Benilde is proud to present its first fully balletic dance thesis that intends to take audiences on a journey, and show them physical and emotional struggles of what is arguably the country’s most difficult and underappreciated career.



Unaware and dismissive of the heavy price attached to the stockings; Adrienne's manic obsession with keeping the power she believes they possess to herself escalates, and she begins to lose touch with reality.


The Scarlet Stockings features set, lighting, and sound design by some of Benilde’s best young talents; as well as the scholars Ballet Philippines Dance School (both past and present). Choreography by Cheska Reyes.


The Scarlet Stockings will be shown from March 10 and 11, 7pm at 5/F Benilde School of Design and Arts Theater. Hope to see you there!


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#TheaterPH - Rolando Tinio's Makbet


The stars of the show!






The production team!







Makbet will be staged at the Black Box, 6th Floor, SDA Campus, De La Salle-College of Saint Benilde, Pablo Ocampo Ave., Malate, Manila. Show runs from March 22 to April 1. You may be purchase your tickets through TicketWorld (891-9999), or contact Patricia Bautista (0917-842-5013).

Hope to see you at the theater!


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