Monday, October 13, 2014

Makilala TV

Tune into Queens Public Television for Makilala - a Filipino American talk show.  I was honored to be a part of this episode which will explore Filipino American History Month.






Wednesday, October 8, 2014

Have dinner with UN!VERSALself...


Have dinner with UNiVERSALself on:
Wednesday, October 15th & 22nd, 2014 at 9pm (est) 
Thursday, October 23rd, 2014 at 9pm (est). 

Kilusan Bautista's UNiVERSALself will air as a special broadcasting event on 
Time Warner 56
Cablevision 69
RCN 84
Verizon FiOS 44

*And for folks outside New York City, you can tune in online at:

Before the 1990's dot.com boom in San Francisco, California, there exists a Filipino immigrant family raising American born children. Kilusan Bautista is an artistic middle child who discovers his voice through Hip Hop, Martial Arts and Theatre during his fathers battles with drug addiction. Surrounded by friends caught up in gangs and crime, Kilusan stands at the crossroads of life where he is confronted with his UNiVERSALself.

UNiVERSALself Production Team:
Written and performed by Kilusan Bautista.
Artistic Direction by Cornelia McPherson.
Music Collaboration by Chuck Mays, DJ Solcrates.
Animation Design by Ace and Son Moving Picture Company, LLC.
Multimedia collaboration by Tony SantaAna, Abe Menor.
Lighting Design by Laeti├žia Emmanuel.
Artist collaboration with Jeffrey Bautista, Mrs. Santa Ana, Yuisa Davila.

Check out UNiVERSALself in the news: 


Wednesday, July 23, 2014

Looking forward to Fall 2014/Winter 2015....

More announcements soon to come!  STAY TUNED!

For more information please visit:  www.kilusanbautista.com or follow us on www.instagram.com/kilusanbautista

Wednesday, May 28, 2014

Monday, May 26, 2014

#UNiVERSALself #ArtsEducation Workshop at #UCSC

#UNiVERSALself   #ArtsEducation #Workshop  with the #UCSC #AsianPacificIslanderResourceCenter #2014 


Tuesday, May 20, 2014

UNiVERSALself in the "La Voz Weekly


New write up on #UNiVERSALself.... "A mesmerizing act of poems, animation, martial arts and break dancing tied together the autobiography of an American-born Filipino growing up in a poor side of San Francisco in the 1990s."

- See more at:

http://www.lavozdeanza.com/features/2014/05/17/path-to-universal-self-through-performance/

Photo Credit: Jacelyn Ashly Bautista