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“Rated: PG” Play on Positive Discipline to Stream on Mother’s Day

“Rated: PG” Play on Positive Discipline to Stream on Mother’s Day

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PETA, through its educational campaign on children’s right to safety and protection against violence and abuse through theater and the arts, ARTS Zone Project, will be livestreaming Liza Magtoto’s Rated: PG, a play on positive discipline, on May 10.

Directed by Mae Quesada-Medina, with music by Vincent A. DeJesus, Rated: PG tells the story of Joselle, a hardworking, entrepreneurial multi-tasking mother of two who is about to make a major life decision– to take a job abroad and leave her youngest child, or to stay in the country while struggling to make ends meet. 

Rated: PG shows through music and production numbers the what-ifs, whys and wherefores of disciplining the young without having to experience what is now considered corporal punishment. It delves into the psyche and developmental stage of a child so that a better understanding is reached between parent and child.

The play stars Stella Cañete-Mendoza, Gilbert Onida, Arthur Castro , Joan Bugcat and Upeng Galang-Fernandez, among others. It is set to stream live on PETA’s official Facebook page this Mother’s Day, May 10, at 7:00pm.

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