Help out our local performing arts indu industry by watching a show at these theaters
Magsaysay Ave., Diliman, Quezon City
The University of the Philippines’ Theater is home to the performing arts organization Dulaang UP, founded by the late Tony Mabesa, who was a producer of advocacy-driven performances.
Philippine Educational Theater Association (PETA) 5 Sunnyside Dr, New Manila, Quezon City
A UNESCO International Theater Institute Center, this site is fondly known as the “stage of the nation.” It’s home to the Philippine Educational Theater Association, which stages plays that tackle societal issues, so it’s seen the radical and diverse evolution of Philippine theater.
University Road, Ateneo de Manila University, Loyola Heights, Quezon City
Apart from housing a co-working space, dance studio and teaching restaurant, Areté—Ateneo de Manila’s art and technology hub—also has its 900-seater proscenium theater, 250-seater black box theater named after the cultural historian Doreen Gamboa Fernandez, and an open-air amphitheater for performing arts shows.