The third installment of the Midsummer Nyts Hap'nins of Philippine Educational Theater Association promises to be a beautiful night of music that will empower women everywhere.
PETA's Women's Theater Program puts together some of the most memorable songs from the group's plays addressed to women. These include "Tumawag Kay Libby Manaoag" and "The Libby Manaoag Files: Ang Paghahanap sa Puwertas Prinsesas." Watch the Women's Cabaret that will take place on April 18 at the PETA Theater Center Roof Deck.
Palanca Award-winning writer Liza Magtoto weaves together songs from these musicals in a playful comedy titled Babae Yata ‘To! It will be directed by Maribel Legarda with music by Vincent A. de Jesus and Lucien Letaba, production design by Boni Juan.
Early birds (those who come before 8 pm) will be treated to a free makeover courtesy of the Australian College for Hair Design and Beauty.
Tickets are priced at PhP200 inclusive of one free drink. Dinner and happy hour starts at 6 pm, show commences at 9 pm. Bar services are courtesy of Gardenia's Greenhouse Grill.
The Women's Cabaret is presented through the generous support of the Elena Tan Foundation, The SM Foundation, and The Soroptimist International of the Philippines Region (A Foundation), Inc. Proceeds from the show will benefit the different programs of the WTP.
The Midsummer Nyts Hap'nins goes on for one last night with the theme Carnivale on April 25. Sponsors are the Australian College of Hair Design and Beauty, Sunsilk, Nescafe Amore, Franzia Wines and Slimmer's World International.
For inquiries and ticket reservations, contact 7256244, 4100821, 0928-5047408 or 0917-8154567. The PETA Theater Center is located at No. 5 Eymard Drive, New Manila, Quezon City (at the back of the QC Sports Club).