Under the Radar

Learn The Art of

Theater At Home With

PETA’s Online Workshops

by Inside Manila Team, June 03, 2020 3:03pm

Under the Radar

Learn The Art of Theater At Home With PETA’s Online Workshops

by Inside Manila Team, June 03, 2020 3:03pm
 

With a mission to get everyone going during the community quarantine, PETA (Philippine Educational Theater Association) launched "Let's Get Creative" a free, hour-long workshop teaching topics from visual arts, music composition, to improvisation last April.

This time, PETA introduces its first paid and exclusive workshop program, “Let's Get Creative Plus for Kids”.

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Let's Get Creative Plus for Kids aims to get the artistic potential of kids out and expressed within an intimate online space to learn and socialize even while they're at home. It's a productive activity for the parents as well. Best part? The program is for more than just the little ones.

Here's the lineup of courses:

Children's Theater Batch 4 (8-10 y/o)
Class schedule: June 11-June 15

Kids will be immersed in the art of rhythmic movement, dance, songs, games, painting, puppetry, storytelling, and role-playing done in creative methods. The class also encourages the kids to interact and form bonds with fellow classmates even in the time of physical distancing and quarantine.

 
 
 
 
 
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Musical Theater for Teens (13 y/o-17 y/o)
Class schedule: June 23 - July 1

Musically-inclined teens can enhance their talents from the comfort and safety of home with PETA's Musical Theater for Teens class taught by composer, musical director, Jeff Hernandez. Participants will learn basic vocal techniques and the process of song interpretation. All this will culminate in a showcase where participants get to shine through performing solo musical scenes.

Acting for Screen (18 y/o-above)
Class schedule: June 23 - July 1

Open to adults ages 17 and up, a specialized class devoted to acting for screen taught by TV and theater director, Phil Noble. It is designed to teach the techniques of acting in front of a camera, including character creation and monologue performance.

Acting for Stage (18 y/o-above)
Class schedule: June 24 - July 2

PETA brings its signature acting curriculum to the online realm! Master the craft of acting for the theater through an intimate online workshop. Learn the rudiments of script analysis, scene work, and character creation from theater director and acting coach Dudz Teraña.

 
 
 
 
 
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Creative Pedagogy for Blended Learning (Open to all K-12 educators)
Class schedule: June 17, 19, 22, 24, 26

Crafted to help teachers adapt to the “new normal”, the course focuses on the application and integration of the arts as a complementary tool for teaching. Participants can expect to enhance their ability to foster a fun, creative, and learner-centered environment in both classroom and virtual platforms.

The classes will be held via ZOOM and will be facilitated by PETA’s Artist-Teachers with a limited number of ten to twelve (10-12) students per class from the safety and comforts of their own home.

Interested to enroll in any of these online workshops? Find out more at  www.bit.ly/PETAOnlineWorkshop or contact Betita at 0926-406-6858 or betitasarmiento@petatheater.com


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