The Stage For Faith – Ajo, Theatre, and Spirituality

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.

Review – Monkey Mountain’s ‘Unbelievable’ Performance of Ti-Jean and His Brothers! No Really, I’m still in disbelief…

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”.

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