The Best Reviewed Play of 2017 Returns to the Little Carib Theatre After rave reviews from critics and audiences alike, and overwhelming public demand, The
It’s easy to tell when art transcends mere entertainment. When art does this—when it achieves more than just laughter, escapism or distraction—it evokes emotion, raises
The Players’ Workshop returns to the theatre scene with Peter Shaffer’s ‘EQUUS’, October 18 – 22 at the Little Carib Theatre. It has been nine
After two weeks, eight public performances, many positive reviews and a short hiatus, the Caribbean Premiere of Carnival Medea: a bacchanal will conclude its run this weekend
Lordstreet Theatre Company and Little Carib Theatre will present the Caribbean Premiere of Carnival Medea: A Bacchanal in time for the T&T Carnival 2017. The play,
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
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
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”.
When you hear the name ‘Mahalia’, you might easily think of Mahalia Jackson, the female African American singer, whose legendary full throated gospel voice and
Friday 14th November 2014 was the opening night for new Production Company – Halqa Productions. Guests were treated to complimentary wine and cupcakes as an
UPDATE: Multiple award winning “Sangre Grande by Two” playwright – Ronald Amoroso will share his experiences and creative process at the Monday Night Theatre Forum