PETA 50th Theater Season Lineup
Philippine Educational Theater Association (PETA) in partnership with Overseas Workers Welfare Administration (OWWA) shall present the special run of CAREDIVAS – AN ORIGINAL PINOY MUSICAL to pay tribute to all overseas Filipino workers as the present-day heroes of our country with performances beginning June 24 until July 30, 2017 at The PETA Theater Center.View More
The Silly People's Improv Theater (SPIT) in collaboration with PETA rounds up the best local and international improvisational comedy groups in a 5-day festival.
The PETA Theater Center has hosted numerous local and international productions. On PETA’s golden year, the Center hosts Sticks, Stones & Broken Bones, a breathtaking shadow puppetry production by acclaimed performer Jeff Achtem.
The company kick starts the celebration of its foundation day with a morning ritual, and blessing of its original home, the Rajah Sulayman Theater.
PETA's annual workshop for kids, teens, and adults go the extra mile as it travels to different regions across the country to conduct satellite classes in key cities.
Tagu-taguan, Maliwanag ang Buwan is PETA’s newest children’s production. It tells the story of a young boy who embarks on an adventure to find the imprisoned stories in a dark realm of fear and forgetfulness guarded by the evil monster Pawpaw Halimaw.
PETA gathers its local and international partners to a festival of ideas and best practices in the field of Advocacy Theater, of which it is a pioneer.
PETA has been largely influenced by the theories and methods of Bertolt Brecht. On its 50th year, PETA restages one of its most powerful plays, Ang Buhay ni Galileo.
A retrospect of the most significant plays originally mounted at the Rajah Sulayman Theater, with live testimonies shared by PETA legends.
Aside from this exciting line-up, PETA in partnership with the National Historical Commission of the Philippines (NHCP), presents A Game Of Trolls a timely and educational production about Martial Law meant for students and Millennials. The production will tour year-round to different cities all over the Philippines.View More
“Tagu-taguan Nasaan ang Buwan?” is written by J-mee Katanyag with direction by FEU’s Artistic Director Dudz Teraña, music by Jeff Hernandez, Costumes by Leeroy New, and stars Noel Comia Jr.View More