Rajah Sulayman Theater
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Rajah Sulayman Theater (Dulaang Rajah Sulayman) is an open air theater under the grounds of Fort Santiago which was ruins of a former Spanish military barracks. It had served as a highly atmospheric setting for contemporary theater-in-the-round productions by PETA (Philippine Educational Theater Association). It was designed and conceptualized by Guidote. It was named Rajah Sulayman in honor of the leader of the Mohammedan Malays who first inhabited the area.
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- "Dulaang Rajah Sulayman Theatre." wcities. http://www.wcities.com/en/record/,200479/186/record.html (accessed on 28 August 2007)
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