Tinik ng Teatro (TNT)
We, full pledge members of Tinik ng Teatro, with our humble and earnest prayer, asking for your guidance of our Divine Providence in order to enact accordingly for our organizations success, to protect and establish a wonderful image for our organization, foster a closer brotherhood between students and administrators, give our best in all performances, most especially, express our undying love, loyalty for the improvement of our Theater Organization and the whole Adamson community, do hereby ordain and promulgate this constitution.
Tinik Ng Teatro started life on February 3, 1986, a period of heightened socio-political upheaval and the cry for change and reform in the Philippines was at its peak. Initially formed by former members of the Adamson University Renaissance Universal Playhouse, TNT stages play with heavy undertone on change and challenging the current norms of the society. Some of its early works include Juan Tamban, Halimaw sa Pulo, Paglilitis ni Mang Serapio, Kalayaan 1896, Batang Pro and Bok have catapulted the organization as one of the most outstanding recognized student organizations of Adamson University.
TNT has participated in various national events having been invited to perform in Malacanang Palace for the Independence Youth Celebration of President Corazon C. Aquino in 1991, as guest artist for the Kalabay 1998 at the Nayong Pilipino, guest artist for the South Manila Consortium Committee for the Arts. It has also toured locally in Bataan, Quezon Province and Davao serving invites from different schools to perform. Some of its notable alumni includes Eduardo Alcalde (one of the Founders of the group) seasoned stage director and team building facilitator, Dexter Dominguez (aka Teri Onor), movie and TV impersonator, Angelito Pangilinan (aka Angel Gomez) Flamenco Master, Mark Anthony Legaspi, stage director, movie and TV art director and a lot more.
TNT also participates in the curricular activities of Adamson, fulfilling its commitment to be relevant and active in the campus.
Today, Tinik ng Teatro is gearing for the biggest and grandest homecoming celebration for 31st Anniversary.