London, 20 February 2020 – Out of the Wings is a theatre collective [based in the UK], whose mission is to explore and promote theatre
Men of Gray was the first television “Movie of the Week” produced in Trinidad and Tobago and the national broadcasting channel (TTT) played an integral role in its execution.
There are many Trinbagonians who work and thrive in the world of film and television. They have dedicated their talent and careers to the screen
Kyle Richardson Joins the Cast of the Lion King T&T singer and actor Kyle Richardson will begin his run with The Lion King on May
Creative networking community Thrive International will be hosting its first international creative exchange in Bali, Indonesia in May 2019. Founder Ethan Auguste said the #ThriveXchange
Trinbagonian Actors on International Film and Television Screens There is a discussion taking place in the wider world of film and television and it speaks
On the World Stage is a new column on Break The Proscenium which focuses specifically on Trinbagonian born and/or raised practitioners, and their work regionally
I do not and never will solicit for donations via any type of messaging platform! These were the words of Tobago born; Black Panther/ Avengers
On December 3rd 2017, the students of Naparima College returned to Trinidad and Tobago with 10 awards from the Caribbean Secondary School Drama Festival, including
LONDON. Writers from around the world are invited to submit their scripts as the 26th International Radio Playwriting Competition is now open. The global competition,
Shemika blows minds as she limbos where no AGT contestant has limboed before.
Janique Charles who plays Nala in the London production reflects upon the process of embracing the courageous and strong character. Source: Disney On Broadway Cover Photo
This article was originally published to Life & Style It’s one thing to play Michael Jackson, it’s another to become Michael Jackson. That’s the personal
It’s a long way from The Oprah Winfrey Show to the prestigious Cannes Film Festival, where Trinidadian born actor, screenwriter and film producer Paul Pryce
London’s newest Nala in Disney’s The Lion King, Janique Charles has a unique background for a West End star. Originally from Trinidad and Tobago she
The West End production of Disney’s The Lion King has announced 11 new cast members who are joining the London company from today. Janique Charles,