This week, Trinidad and Tobago will welcome its newest production company to the stage. Sapphire Productions; the brainchild of Gabrielle Scott – a promising University of the
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
What Happens in Toco’s opening night in the Central Bank Auditorium on Thursday 8th June 2016 was packed. Advertised extensively as a hilarious comedy featuring
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
RS/RR Productions describes “The Real Housewives of Port of Spain” as “a sexy comedy about women for women…” and it definitely lived up to that
Playwright, director and actor Ronald Amoroso credits his early influences in life growing up in South Trinidad and studying abroad with his later success in the theatre.
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
On Sunday 8th of May, I was granted the opportunity of attending a performance of Play Yuhself, Prime Minister, a Raymond Choo Kong (in collaboration
by Jairo Rodrigues Altar Boyz, a musical satire produced by JCS Entertainment, ran at the Central Bank Auditorium from April 8-17 2016. The musical at best follows
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
On Friday April 8th, I was afforded the opportunity to experience the Department of Creative and Festival Arts’ (DCFA) 2016 Student Theatre Production: Rashomon. DCFA is renowned for
The Playwrights Workshop‘s Readers Theatre Series 2016 will continue on Wednesday April 6th with TWILIGHT by Jabari Ayinde Taitt. The playwright says, ‘TWILIGHT is a play
(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
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
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
MONDAY NIGHT THEATRE FORUM is a brand new space for wide ranging open discussions on all aspects of drama and theatre. First off in the
Jude Sandy is a classically trained actor and movement artist, born in Trinidad & Tobago and based in New York City.
Four decades after it was founded, the Lilliput Children’s Theatre – whose name was inspired by Jonathan’s Swift’s novel, Gulliver’s Travels – continues to journey with “little people” under the