IRC inmates to perform interpretative dances

November 11, 2009 11:27 pm 

ILOILO CITY, Nov. 12 – The Iloilo Rehabilitation Center (IRC) inmates will be performing interpretative dance during the Christ the King Feast Day on November 22.

Dubbed as “Talent Behind Bars,” IRC warden Sotejo Gardoce said that the IRC inmates who will be part of the performance are now busily practicing.

He said that while this is quite similar to that of the inmates in Cebu, the performance helps inmates in their recreation and preparation whenever they would be released back to the mainstream.

“They are also learning discipline when they practice,” Gardoce said.

At present, there are 836 inmates at the IRC in Nanga, Pototan, most of whom are participants in the interpretative dance starting from the Doxology, National Anthem and then songs such as "Anak", "Rehas na Bakal", and Wild Boys Born to be Alive.

This will really be a unique celebration of the Christ the King Feast Day at the IRC, expected to draw many visitors. (PNA)



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