New Plays by UWI DCFA Students Read at Playwrights Workshop

On Wednesday May 2nd, the Playwrights Workshop Trinbago’s Monthly Readers Theatre Series 2018 will feature excerpts from the work of student playwrights enrolled at tthe Department of Creative and Festival Arts, UWI. This will be the Playwrights Workshop’s offering for the month of May in its on-going Readers Theatre Series, which occur on the first Wednesday of every month.

Playwrights Workshop Trinbago
The Playwrights Workshop Trinbago’s Monthly Reader Session  at Trinidad Theatre Workshop | Photo Credit: Triston Wallace

These students, in a course guided by Tony Hall, have been engaged for the semester, in studying different approaches to play writing and play construction mainly for the stage. Their course of study, which embraces the writing of short play scripts, is aimed at entry level even though some have more experience in the craft than others. A small but exciting selection of their work has been chosen for these readings. Come out to support the student playwrights in our midst. There will be discussions with all the playwrights right after the readings.

The Playwrights Workshop Trinbago, in partnership with the The Trinidad and Tobago Performing Arts Network, is inviting actors, playwrights, directors, producers and the general public to the reading to provide the playwrights with feedback, to further develop their scripts.

The event will be held on Wednesday 2nd May 2018, 7PM at the Trinidad Theatre Workshop, #6 Newbold Street, St Clair. Come one. Come all. Bring a friend.  

 Admission is FREE but Space Is Limited. RSVP is Required. CLICK HERE to RSVP

For further information email playwrightsworkshoptt@gmail.com or call (868) 351-6293.

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