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Sinakulo

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The general confusion and raucous events in AlDub are a throwback to the rib-tickling and humorous situations in the older sinakulo (passion play), komedya and bodabil that also insinuated themselves in the comedies of Dolphy or Ariel Ureta.
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It was then the traditional Sinakulo. Through the years, the Sinakulo gained popularity. It was later renamed as Pasyon ni Kristo but was stopped in 1991 for lack of funds.
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The sinakulo, dramatized scenes from the life of Christ, were our favorite. They were then held in any available space, on stages that were temporary. In ParaƱaque, sinakulo were held by fisherfolk on the seashore.

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