Local actress, television presenter, screenwriter, director and producer Teneille Newallo has another credential to add to her name; author. The beautiful and charismatic talent has
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REEL TRINI TALES: From Gray to Golden Pt. 2
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.
REEL TRINI TALES: From Gray to Golden Pt. 1
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
When He Sings, He Roars!
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
Trinidad and Tobago celebrates World Theatre Day 2019 🎭 🙌
Trinidad and Tobago joins the International Theatre Institute and rest of the world in celebrating #WorldTheatreDay 2019. WATCH as some of our members share what theatre means, and has
Super Gran: Actors Who Triumph Over Ageism
FOREWORD: In Pauline Mark’s last Op-Ed; ‘Why The Concept of Age Range Matters to Film and TV Actors,” she examined how one’s true age (particularly
LISTEN: Tranquility – a radio comedy series [Week 1 Recap]
Another week of hilarity ensues on Tranquility, a new radio comedy series which airs Mondays – Fridays, 7:25 AM on WACK radio 90.1 FM. Written
Alice @ Wonderland: A Twist On a Classical Fairytale
Native Caribbean Foundation’s presentation of Alice@Wonderland is a new twist on a classical fairytale. In the adaptation, Alice is a texting, tweeting and Googling girl
Why The Concept Of “Age Range” Matters To Film And TV Actors.
Age is more than a number; particularly in the world of film and television, where it can be a crucial deciding factor in casting an
New Leadership for the National Drama Association
Marvin Ishmael, the Assistant Professor of Theatre- Acting at the UTT’s Academy for the Performing Arts has been announced as the new President of the
#WorkHard #PlayHard – Celebrating the Life of Chris Smith
A Memorial for the late Chris Smith will be held on Saturday 12th January, 7PM at the Little Carib Theatre. Smith died of leukemia on
Ro’dey Gets Roasted!
Social media icon ready for wit and fire. This weekend the general public is invited to celebrate 30 years of life with one of the
Lylah Persad Plays Devil’s Advocate with ‘Diana’
The dramatic comedy Diana, written and produced by Lylah Persad and directed by Penelope Spencer, explores mental health awareness and the consequences of actions unchecked
Review: ttff/18 Part 2 – an audio-visual window into the Caribbean
Previously… “The Diaspora and Region shines” featuring reviews on Brown Girl Begins, Flight, Going Down, and Kinto EXCERPT: This year’s festival also showed the customary trend
Marcia Henville – Actress: A Dream 41 Years In The Making
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
First Instinct brings The King and I to T&T stage
“This is musical theatre with elements of comedy, drama, dance,” said Trevon Jugmohan, producer of the upcoming production The King and I. “Not only is
22 Questions with Debra Boucaud Mason
Backstage with the Cast of Hairspray Continued… What was initially intended to be released within a matter of weeks of Introduction to Backstage with the Cast
Shhh!!! Can you hear the silence?
The Day of Silence is a day of action in which students across the U.S. take some form of a vow of silence to call attention to
REVIEW: Haunted by “Three Women”
by Debbie Jacob Three Women must have been the best kept secret in town. Even though the play had a respectable audience at the Central