The weekdays often mean high intensity work and stress for young professionals and students. Luckily, the weekends are there to help them recharge and get away from all of the pressure; but since most of these people have been worn out to the point of zombification, weekends are spent catching up on rest and sometimes even finishing the work that was left over from the last week.
ans and first timers have been clamoring for tickets a month into PETA’s “Rak of Aegis” rerun, what with it’s cleverly arranged music and timely social commentary. Lots of surprises are in store for those who have yet to watch Rak; these are just some of the things to look out for. But whether you’re Venizia veteran or virgin, you’re sure to appreciate these top six insider trivia that will have you saying “O for Owesome!”
By Pablo A. Tariman
There is no way you can quantify the film credentials of Nora Aunor. She has won acting awards in cinema here and abroad, and the number just keeps growing.
The Peta Theater Center, the Cultural Center of the Philippines, and British Council Philippines present “The Price of Everything” by British performer Daniel Bye on Thursday, July 10, 7 p.m., at the Peta Studios.
Because of the stresses that work brings, it’s becoming incredibly hard for most people to pursue what they truly love. This July, the Philippine Educational Theater Association (Peta) is giving students and young professionals the chance to break free from the work environment and push through with their dreams of becoming a stage actor at least during the weekends by bringing back Workshop Weekends.