PETA 53rd Digital Season

Storytelling Sundays

PETA is bringing the spotlight to one of our oldest, but often overlooked, traditions in the Philippines: storytelling. Storytelling Sundays, which offers free online streaming performances for families during quarantine, encouraging audiences to have a communal experience of watching a show together, while teaching children Filipino values through literature.

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Talk Tuesdays

PETA Lingap Sining and PETA ARTS Zone organize a series of Open Talks to allow opportunities for people and community players to discuss new contexts and challenges. PETA invites its partner stakeholders in schools and communities to participate in the learning and sharing of ideas that may contribute to new insights and ways of doing things to address the holistic and integrated human need for wellness and the well-being of individuals, families, and communities.

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Shakespeare in the time of COVID

They say the best way to take in Shakespeare beyond reading him, is to listen to him. PETA shares songs inspired by his sonnets celebrating love in all its forms – old and new, unrequited and unconditional. PETA’s “Shakespeare in the Time of COVID” is an online series celebrating the works of the renowned poet and playwright. The two-part series started last April 23, the bard’s 404th death anniversary, with “Sonnets and Songs,” a reading of Shakespeare’s sonnets and a reimagining into Filipino songs by various composers and singers.

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PETA Musical Excerpts

From PETA productions old and new, take a look back and rediscover the many musical performances from our works like “Rated: PG,” “Munting Saranggola,” “A Game of Trolls,” and more!

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