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
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
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 Trinidad Express 03/04/ 2016) 25 year-old Isaiah Luther, dancer and self employed fashion designer/stylist, model and visual merchandiser, will be performing in
(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
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
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
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by Zahra Airall So let’s begin with the Antigua leg of this journey – the 2014 inaugural National Secondary Schools…
TOMORROW [Wednesday November 18th 2015] we join with theatres and thespians from the UK and across the globe for another #LoveTheatreDay. Last year, we asked
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
This sort of theatre can be sharp and technically sound, and it can be entertaining. Those things may make it good. But what makes it great it far outside of that – it’s great because it is intimate, and filled with mysterious power, and invites you to come on stage. To stop being a distant audience member. To dance and sing with the performers that you paid money to see. To become one of the many displaying the mystery of their faith.
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