POV: It’s minutes to 6pm on Sunday 28th March, the second and final night that the National Theatre Arts Company of Trinidad and Tobago (NTACTT)
“The days of the starving artist must be over,” declared Founder and festival Director Bruce Paddington at last Tuesday’s opening of the Trinidad and Tobago
World Premiere of the story of a young man from Trinidad whose life’s journey gave him a place on the world stage. The highly anticipated World
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
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”.