A Babydoll Born for PWT’s September Reading

Playwrights Workshop Trinbago’s (PWT) Monthly Readers Theatre Series (MRTS), featured the first Wednesday of every month, presents the reading of ‘A Babydoll Born’ by Stacy Lela for the September 2018 instalment. The reading takes place at the Trinidad Theatre Workshop, 6 Newbold Street, St Clair on September 5, starting at 7 pm.

Stacy Lela
Stacy Lela

‘A Babydoll Born’ is part of ‘A Carnival Dream: The Trilogy’. In this act, a young girl, Bee, meets Robert and is swept away by his eloquent lyrics. She forsakes her friends and disobeys her parents by making plans to meet the young man during the carnival. Misled by Robert, Bee gets lost in the masquerade where she learns what the consequences of her choices can bring.

Stacy has been a Theatre Arts teacher for the past nine years. She directed two documentaries, one of which won awards locally and in the US. Recently, she began writing plays and other fiction. Her works are heavily based on various aspects of Trinidad and Tobago cultural forms.

The PWT, in partnership with the Trinidad Theatre Workshop and The Trinidad and Tobago Performing Arts Network, is inviting actors, playwrights, directors, producers and the general public to partake in the reading and discussion of the play.

The event will be held on Wednesday September 5, 2018, 7PM at the Trinidad Theatre Workshop, 6 Newbold Street, St Clair. Admission is FREE but Space Is Limited.

CLICK HERE to RSVP

Come one. Come all. Bring a friend.

PWT reads new stage, screen, and radio plays on the first Wednesday of every month. For further information emailplaywrightsworkshoptt@gmail.com;or call (868) 351-6293; or find them on Instagram @playwrightsworkshoptt.

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

About the Playwrights Workshop Trinbago

Playwrights Workshop Trinbago (PWT) is an organization coordinated by playwrights for the making of plays. The organization is dedicated to the memory and work of renowned Trinidadian scholar, academic, theatre historian, playwright and director ERROL HILL (1921-2003) and Tobagonian poet, playwright, essayist and journalist ERIC ROACH (1915-1974).

This year, the workshop initiated in 2003 by Tony Hall with support from Trinity in Trinidad Global Learning Site of Trinity College, Hartford, C.T. Lordstreet Theatre’s Jouvay Institute and the National Drama Association of Trinidad and Tobago, celebrates its 15th Anniversary. It continues to have its Monthly Readers Theatre Series on the first Wednesday of every month, at the Trinidad Theatre Workshop. Playwrights and aspiring playwrights are reminded that plays read at the Monthly Readers Theatre Series will qualify for further development at the Annual New Play Festival in the following year.

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