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
The achievement of 60 years of excellence in dance is no fantasy for the prestigious Caribbean School of Dancing on Dere Street in Port of
Playwrights Workshop Trinbago (PWT) announces the return of the New Play Festival (NPF) later this month. The Festival, now in its third year, will feature
On Wednesday May 2nd, the Playwrights Workshop Trinbago’s Monthly Readers Theatre Series 2018 will feature excerpts from the work of student playwrights enrolled at tthe Department of
After a successful inaugural showcase last year, the Playwrights Workshop Trinbago’s Annual New Play Festival will return to the Trinidad Theatre Workshop from October 26 –
Theatre practitioner Mervyn de Goeas said he does not think of himself as just a director or a mas-man or an actor or a writer,
Bagasse Company co-founder Christine Johnston’s love affair with theatre began as an accident. She told an audience at the Monday Night Theatre Forum at the
Drama educator, director and actress Belinda Barnes-Durity—known professionally as Belinda Barnes—said several significant events in her life led to her involvement in theatre. She told
Rapsoman Wendell Manwarren has had a long and varied career in the arts, beginning with the opera and continuing through theatre, mas-making and rapso. Manwarren
Theatre is important to civilization because it empowers us with stories. At its most powerful, people get a chance to tell their own stories to
(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
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
Since it’s launch in November of 2015, the Monday Night Theatre Forum has been delighting audiences with a wide array of theatre practitioners who share their
(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
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
An extract from Ballerina Guru’s interview with Céline Gittens. (Full Interview Here) ABOUT CELINE: Céline Gittens was born in Trinidad and grew up in Vancouver, Canada.
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
Jude Sandy is a classically trained actor and movement artist, born in Trinidad & Tobago and based in New York City.
On Saturday 1st November 2014, I attended Caribbean Theatre Productions‘ Youth Group Production of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s “The Phantom of the Opera” at Queen’s Hall, which