Earlier this year, the Philippine Educational Theater Association (Peta) opened its doors for aspiring stage performers through their annual Workshop Weekends. Different people, from college students to young professionals flocked to the Peta Theater Center to enroll in various courses ranging from Theater Arts to the more advanced courses like Basic Acting and Creative Musical Theater.
By Amadís Ma. Guerrero
“Isang dulaang umiispluk ng samu’t saring ispirikitik ng dulaang Pinoy.”
Dulaang UP’s ‘Measure for Measure’/‘Hakbang sa Hakbang,’ Guerrero Theater, until Sept. 7
The Philippine Educational Theater Association, the country’s pioneering company in the use of theater for education, joins one of the country’s biggest publishing companies, Lampara Publishing House, in holding “Kuwentong Bata, Kuwentistang Bata: the 2014 Lampara Children’s Storytelling Competition.”
The Philippine Educational Theater Association (Peta) offers innovations to make one’s theater experience more enjoyable. Be a partner through the Peta Circle of Friends Card, or make reservations hassle-free with the new Theater Center Prepaid Card.