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.
There are some theatrical experiences that are so interesting to watch that, years later, you find yourself wanting to see the same thing. Not just
RS/RR Productions describes “The Real Housewives of Port of Spain” as “a sexy comedy about women for women…” and it definitely lived up to that
Theatre is important to civilization because it empowers us with stories. At its most powerful, people get a chance to tell their own stories to
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
by Jairo Rodrigues Altar Boyz, a musical satire produced by JCS Entertainment, ran at the Central Bank Auditorium from April 8-17 2016. The musical at best follows
On Friday April 8th, I was afforded the opportunity to experience the Department of Creative and Festival Arts’ (DCFA) 2016 Student Theatre Production: Rashomon. DCFA is renowned for
GENRE: Drama/Thriller DIRECTOR: Sean Hodgkinson STARRING: Kia Rollock, Gyerlini Clarke, Aaron N. Charles with Brett Bengochea, Abdi Waithe, Brendon O’Brien and Thalia Baptiste From Garth
On Friday 9th October, 2015, Teatro Journee took the Trinidad Theatre Workshop and transformed my view of the emerging local theatre landscape. This 45 minute
Upon entering the Central Bank Auditorium last Thursday October 8, 2015 for the Lloyd Best Institute of the West Indies’ Production of Hatuey – A Play
On Friday 9th October 2015, I was afforded the opportunity to see the opening night of Teatro Journee‘s presentation of “Working with P.E.P“. It was more
The story of Cinderella will always be a time honoured classic. In times of great challenges I believe that most individuals are constantly searching for
Theatre. It seems to be on the up and up these days, and Carmino Productions, a subsidiary of Carmino Holdings have joined the list of new production companies.
On Thursday July 9, 2015 I walked into the Little Carib Theatre for the opening of “Till Death do us Part…”, an original play written
“Inspired by God” was the slogan used for “For Better or for Worse – Recover or Lose” a play written and directed by Jeron Hackett that focused on
In celebration of their 10th Anniversary, The Classical Music Development Foundation of Trinidad and Tobago (CMDFTT) staged Wolfgang A. Mozart’s Cosi Fan Tutte, a romantic comedy is set
Proscenium Theatre Company’s “Moon on a Rainbow Shawl“ is a must see! I was initially hesitant to view this production; during my theatre programme at UWI DCFA, I spent
When I learnt of the restaging of Ah’Peelin Feelings Playback Theatre Company’s Harry and Greta, a local Adaptation of the Brothers Grimm fairytale Hansel and
Crick Crack, Monkey break he back, for a piece a pomerac…in a Trinidad Guardian article on 21 June, 1970 Derek Walcott described Ti-Jean and His Brothers as his most ‘West Indian’ play. Furthermore, he called this play “the least forced, most spontaneous and least laboured [of his plays thus far] both in rhythm and concept”.