Easter Saturday night in Tobago (16th April, 2022) offered many tempting options for entertainment in every corner of the island. However, at 7PM there was
Lauded as the return of comedy to the stage after two long years, RS/RR Productions presented the return of their rambunctious offering, Ladies’ Room, at
It’s hard to imagine a greater tabanca than Trinidad and Tobago without Carnival; in the second year of this Covid-19 pandemic, the tabanca was real.
It’s easy to tell when art transcends mere entertainment. When art does this—when it achieves more than just laughter, escapism or distraction—it evokes emotion, raises
Mark Buss on de Water Taxi, a Raymond Choo Kong Production, is a fine frenzy of farcical fun. Choo Kong productions are famous for their
“Dan is a man who cya hold he hand when it comes to woman,” is how Philomena Alexis Baptiste, as the play’s narrator, describes the
On Tuesday, July 4th I had my first foray into the enchanting world of opera. As a part of T&T Opera Festival 2017, Picoplat Music
Drama Queens is a feature length docu-film explores the personal and professional lives of four of Trinidad and Tobago’s most dynamic and iconic female stage performers – Cecilia Salazar, Leslie-Ann Lavine, Rhoma Spencer and Penelope Spencer.
Les Enfants Dance Company will make a glorious return to the stage with its production of High Mass on Saturday 27th May 2017 at Christ
The Big Bad Musical, The Native Caribbean Foundation’s “howling courtroom comedy” is a guilty-as-charged howling good time. I was fortunate enough to catch the Matinée
The Inspector – an original play written and directed by Simeon Moodoo; featuring choreography by Triston Wallace and performed by students of Naparima College on Wednesday
What Happens in Toco’s opening night in the Central Bank Auditorium on Thursday 8th June 2016 was packed. Advertised extensively as a hilarious comedy featuring
In the veil of consistent and uproarious humour, playwright Melissa Escovalez shines the light on themes of sex, relationships, gender stereotypes and even domestic abuse.
On Sunday 8th of May, I was granted the opportunity of attending a performance of Play Yuhself, Prime Minister, a Raymond Choo Kong (in collaboration