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March 21, 2012

Unique Artistic Experience this Summer - PETA's Theater Workshops

After a year of successful productions and events, Philippine Educational Theater Association (PETA) is once again opening its doors to children and adults who are looking for a unique artistic experience this summer.

In PETA’s age-appropriate workshops, students embark on fun-filled dramatic journeys through acting, movement, singing, and playwriting thru an intensive three-week performing arts experience, during which they will actively develop their creative interests and grow as confident, young artists.

PETA’s Children’s Theater courses allow children (ages 6 to 12) to explore and experience music, movement and dance, visual arts, storytelling, drama improvisation, poetry and short story writing. Coupled with lots of fun and games, PETA’s creative processes will also develop and enrich every child’s imagination, inspiration, self-confidence, and appreciation of self, others, nature and culture.

Young thespians and aspiring actors can enroll in various Theater Arts courses, such as: Teen Theater (ages 13 to 17), Teen Theater Production (ages 13 to 17), Theater Arts (ages 17 and up) and Basic Acting classes (ages 17 and up). Each course is designed to provide basic knowledge, skills and attitudes for budding stage actors. Applicants will also be introduced to various acting styles as well as study the artistic and technical components of theater production.

Workshop courses, such as Creative Dance Theater (ages 17 and up), Creative Musical Theater (ages 17 and up) allow each applicant to explore the use of music, dance and movement as a form of artistic expression in a theater setting.

Courses begin April 10, 2012. Workshops will be held at the PETA Theater Center, 5 Eymard Drive, New Manila, Quezon City. For inquiries, contact 725-6244, 410-0821 or 0906-2115003, 0917-5391112 or e-mail

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