PETA 48th Theater Season Lineup


RAK IS BACK! A rock comedy musical using the songs of Aegis will tackle Filipino resilience, or how the country faces and resolves compromising situations, whether this be a natural disaster or a broken heart. Set in a subdivision that has been flooded for two months, “Rak of Aegis” features Aileen, a promodizer with large dreams of becoming a Youtube sensation to help her community rise from the floods.




NOLI AT FILI DEKADA DOS MIL ( September 11 – September 27, 2015)

A modern retelling of Rizal’s masterpieces written by acclaimed writer and academic Nicanor Tiongson, Noli at Fili Dekada Dos Mil brilliantly captures the revolutionary philosophies of Rizal’s two greatest novels, Noli Me Tangere and El Filibusterismo. Together with the visual prowess of theater stalwart Soxie Topacio, audience members are promised a powerful and moving theater piece.



“WORKSHOP WEEKENDS 3” (January 16 – March 6, 2016)

All good things come in threes! PETA’s Workshop Weekends is back for the third time! PETA invites professionals and students to take a break from their stressful weekdays and unwind every weekend through theater and the arts. Enrollment is ongoing.


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Bring these well-loved PETA productions to a theater near you!

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Take a glimpse of a child’s journey destined to be a hero! Pepito, a young boy from the future opens a magical book that becomes a magical portal to the past and future. In his journey, he comes face-to-face with another young lad, Pepe aka Jose Rizal and finds himself exploring colonial Calamba. He takes Pepe to the future and they journey into an exciting series of events that reveal the truth about heroes, love and friendship.

For bookings, call Shelley Conde at (0927) 531 7294



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The beloved tales of Severino Reyes come alive in this play of three acts. Sit at the feet of Lola Basyang as she recounts tales of princes and princesses from faraway kingdoms!

For bookings, call Shelley Conde at (0927) 531 7294

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The Brilliant Bard from Stratford-upon-Avon takes a different spin in this rap-musical. Five high schoolers struggle with understanding Shakespeare’s seemingly irrelevant text. Their lack of interest in the subject resulted to grabbed research and reports from the Internet, to their teacher’s dismay. As makeup work, each must act out a scene from a Shakespearean play; the students realize the beauty of the text, and re-discover themselves through Shakespeare’s characters.

For bookings, call Shelley Conde at (0927) 531 7294


PETA’s Workshop Weekends 3: All good things come in threes


November 2nd, 2015


QUEZON CITY, PH – Having just opened the second cycle of the Workshop Weekends, a series of weekend  theater workshops for adults, the Philippine Educational Theater Association (PETA) ...

Batang Rizal is back for a special one-time run in Star Theater, CCP Complex


September 8th, 2015


One of PETA’s well-loved plays is back for a special one-time run on September 11, 2015 10AM & 3PM at the Star Theater in Star City, CCP Complex. Pepito accidentally damages a statue of

PETA restages modern classic, Noli at Fili Dekada Dos Mil


August 4th, 2015


QUEZON CITY, PHILIPPINES — Following the raging success of hit rock-comedy musical,  Rak of Aegis, the Philippine Educational Theater Association (PETA) shows no sign of slowing down as ...