PWT reads Sans Humanité online

Attendees of the PWT’s Monthly Readers Theatre Series | Photo Credit: Paula Lindo

The National Drama Association of Trinidad and Tobago’s (NDATT) Playwrights Workshop Trinbago (PWT) Monthly Readers Theatre Series (MRTS), held the first Wednesday of every month, will feature the reading of excerpts from the screenplay, Sans Humanité, for the April, 2021 instalment. The series will continue online in light of the precautionary measures implemented as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. The reading will take place via Zoom meeting only on April 7 at 7 PM (AST GMT-4).

Sans Humanité, an NDATT project in collaboration with the Trinidad and Tobago Performing Arts Network and Black Collar Creative Ltd., follows our protagonist, Shelby (working name), as she sets out on a journey to explore the various forms of theatre in T&T. The story was written by members of the playwrights circle, Safaa, Shelby Outar, Judith Theodore, Emmanuel Ansolia and Joel Philip. The screenplay was written by Ryan Figuera.

Playwrights Workshop Trinbago (PWT) is inviting actors, playwrights, directors, producers and the general public to join us on Zoom to listen to the reading and participate in the discussion to assist the playwrights in further development of the script. The event will be held on Wednesday April 7, 2021 at 7 PM (AST GMT-4).

Those interesting in taking part can email playwrightsworkshoptt@gmail.com.

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PWT reads new stage, screen, and radio plays on the first Wednesday of every month. For further information or to submit a script for reading in the MRTS email playwrightsworkshoptt@gmail.com; or call/text/WhatsApp (868) 351-6293; or find us on Facebook and Instagram @playwrightsworkshoptt.

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