The Monday Night Theatre Forum with hosts Raymond Choo Kong and Tony Hall welcomes Trinidad-born actress, dancer, educator, scholar, and published author Dr. Joanne Kilgour
The Monday Night Theatre Forum returns for its second season on March 27, with legendary textile artist Christopher Pinheiro. The forum takes place at the Trinidad
Dance pioneer, choreographer and teacher Joyce Kirton began her Arts career at age 19 when she entered Government Teachers College in 1951. She told the Monday Night
Theatre practitioner Mervyn de Goeas said he does not think of himself as just a director or a mas-man or an actor or a writer,
Bagasse Company co-founder Christine Johnston’s love affair with theatre began as an accident. She told an audience at the Monday Night Theatre Forum at the
Drama educator, director and actress Belinda Barnes-Durity—known professionally as Belinda Barnes—said several significant events in her life led to her involvement in theatre. She told
Rapsoman Wendell Manwarren has had a long and varied career in the arts, beginning with the opera and continuing through theatre, mas-making and rapso. Manwarren
Playwright, director and actor Ronald Amoroso credits his early influences in life growing up in South Trinidad and studying abroad with his later success in the theatre.
Trinidad Theatre Workshop (TTW) founding member, actress Eunice Alleyne began her theatre career in high school. She told a captivated audience at the Monday Night
(This article was originally published to the T&T Guardian 24/04/ 2016) At age 85, Freddie Kissoon can be regarded as one of the grand old men
The Monday Night Theatre Forum on March 14, featuring T&T-born, Canada-based actress Rhoma Spencer, drew the biggest crowd of the series thus far. She is
(Originally published to the T&T Guardian 13/03/ 2016) It’s startling to hear Dr. Lester Efebo Wilkinson insist that he came to theatre late in life.
The fourth Monday Night Forum at the Trinidad Theatre Workshop (TTW) on February 1, featuring Ellen O’Malley Camps- better known as Helen Camps- drew a crowd
I’ve always had a passion for the arts. I always say that if I had to live my life all over again, I’d be an
In a nation where two universities are producing countless graduates in theatre and the performing arts, it is still often perceived as a fool’s errand
MONDAY NIGHT THEATRE FORUM is a brand new space for wide ranging open discussions on all aspects of drama and theatre. First off in the