PETA offers theater arts workshops this summer

by Frances Mendiola
Apr 26, 2007
Discover your artistic potential and let your creative juices flow by joining PETA's theater arts workshop this May.

Both thespians and aspiring thespians can now spend summer days discovering the joys of performing and teaching onstage.

The Philippine Educational Theater Association (PETA) annual summer theater arts workshop is where you find fun and dynamic ways of artistic explorations with curricula especially designed—and time-tested through PETA's 40 years of pioneering works in theater and education—to unchain the creative potential of each participant.

Spend your summer days at Quezon City's newest creative hub—the PETA Theater Center!

Upcoming workshops include:

Children's Theater Adult Production Workshop: (May 17-22, 2007 Monday to Friday, 9 a.m. - 4 p.m.) is designed for adults whose main concern is children. They may be teachers, storytellers, or development workers. Creative writing, creative music, dance and creative movement, production design and basic technical knowledge in the mounting of plays for children will be part of this course.

Theater-in-Education Module One: Creative Pedagogy (May 17-21, 2007 Monday to Friday, 9 a.m.-4 p.m.)is an approach and philosophy in the teaching of art, using an integrated arts approach. This has been the foundation of all PETA courses through the years and is based on the Basic Integrated Theater Arts Workshop.

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Theater-in-Education Two: Asian Theater (May 17-21, 2007, Monday to Friday 9 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.) module aims to give the participant a background of and exposure to the cultures of different Asian countries through the study of theater arts.

Classes will be held at the PETA Theater Center. Address: #5 Sunnyside Drive, New Manila, behind the Quezon City Sports Club.

Courses will culminate in a full showcase right at the 400-seater PETA-Phinma Theater, giving each participant the chance to shine under the limelight of a legitimate stage.

For inquiries, call the PETA office at 725-6244 or 410-0822, fax 722-6911 mobile number 09156442478 or email mpr@petatheater.com
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