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The business of Carnival

Newspaper: Newsday Writer: Sasha Harrinanan Date Published: Sep 27th, 2018 Carnival in TT and the wider Caribbean is often talked about in terms of art and culture, not so much in terms of intellectual property (IP) rights and how best to monetise one’s carnival-related ventures. Recognising the need to educate...

Young dancers invited to ‘bring it’

Newspaper: Newsday Writer: Debra Greaves Date Published: Sep 20th, 2018 THE Coco Dance Festival organisers are challenging all young people who think they can dance, to “bring it” at the second annual Dance de Coco Dance-Off, which begins on Sunday. The Dance-Off is open to both amateurs and professionals and...

“NDDC presents A Series of Unfunded Events” at Queen’s Hall

Newspaper: Newsday Writer: Joan Rampersad Date Published: Oct 10th, 2018 THE Noble Douglas Dance Company (NDDC) is promising to take patrons on a journey of discovery and choice with A Series of Unfunded Events, a production that premieres on October 13 at Queen’s Hall, St Ann’s and continues on October...

“Drawing Show Bringing Art to Life” at Queen’s Hall

Newspaper: Newsday Writer: Debra Greaves Date Published: Sep 13th, 2018 A theatrical display of high-speed drawings combined with incredible visual effects will be the highlight of the Drawing Show being hosted by the Embassy of the Republic of Korea on Tuesday at Queen’s Hall, St Ann’s. A media release said...

Theatre Fraternity Remember Gregory Singh as a Friend

Newspaper: Newsday Writer: Yvonne Webb Date Published: Sep 17th, 2018 AS the National Drama Association (NDATT) mourns the loss of their murdered colleague Gregory Singh, prominent members of the fraternity remembers him as the consummate performer, a guide to young thespians, but mostly as a friend. Singh, 52, stage manager...

Young Dancers invited to ‘Bring It’

Newspaper: Newsday Writer: Debra Greaves Date Published: Sep 20th, 2018 THE Coco Dance Festival organisers are challenging all young people who think they can dance, to “bring it” at the second annual Dance de Coco Dance-Off, which begins on Sunday. The Dance-Off is open to both amateurs and professionals and...

“Don’t Say a Word: A Benefit Performance” at Queen’s Hall

Newspaper: Trinidad Guardian Date Published: July 2nd, 2018 Come Wednesday night, at 8 pm, Encore Productions will stage Wendell Etienne’s Don’t Say A Word at Queen’s Hall, St Ann’s. A dramatic play, originally written in 2013 for “Jane Doe” and all others who couldn’t find the courage and strength to...

West Side Story Goes to Queen’s Hall

Newspaper: Trinidad Guardian Writer: Paula Lindo Date Published: June 19th, 2018 The upcoming production of the Broadway classic musical West Side Story marks the return of production company Must Come See Productions to the theatre landscape of T&T after a four year hiatus. The show runs from June 21 to...

“Bedlam in Naughty Minister’s Play” at Queen’s Hall

Newspaper: Trinidad Guardian Date Published: June 8th, 2018 From the producers that brought you the hilarious The Boy Toy, Man Callaloo, What My Best Friend Did To Me and Hotel 21 now comes the world premiere of their latest production Naughty Minister’s. RS/RR Productions premieres their latest exciting and hilarious...

“Stand for Love the Concert” at Queen’s Hall

Newspaper: Trinidad Guardian Date Published: May 26th, 2018 Stand For Love is a fund-raising concert by which all proceeds will assist David “Okee Dokee” Huggins acquire a prosthetic leg. The popular radio show host/musician/professional vocalist and voice over artiste lost his right leg last year due to a diabetic wound....