The Carnival is over but de bacchanal continues

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 at the Little Carib Theatre. Citing unforeseen circumstances, The Lordstreet Theatre Company regrets to announce then cancellation of the  March 2nd and 3rd performances, but have confirmed their return on Saturday March…

Heal with Music; Nurture the Soul

On Wednesday December 28, 2016, lovers of music and the arts are invited to experience stirring classical, jazz, soul, blues and Caribbean spirituals at An Evening of Healing with Music – Vol. I.  This fundraising concert aims to foster well-being through music that nurtures the soul while shining a light on issues related to the care…

Carnival Medea Premieres at The Little Carib Theatre

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, written by Dr. Shirlene Holmes of Georgia State University and T&T’s own Rhoma Spencer, re-tells the classic Greek tragedy of Medea, whose husband casts her aside for a younger woman,…

Gather ‘round The Christmas Calabash with The Lydians

There are few things more universal among indigenous peoples of our climates than the calabash.  A truly versatile marvel of tropical regions; the calabash is food, music (drum) and bearer of objects treasured and revered, and spirits feared and has been the inspiration for countless proverbs and is itself riddled in mystery. The calabash tree…

La Danse Caraibe Shines With The Production, ‘Stars’

Heather Henderson-Gordon Creates Stellar Performance Space For Budding Dance Stars This year the budding dance luminaries of Heather Henderson-Gordon’s children’s dance school, La Danse Caraibe (LDC), are set to shine in their presentation, Stars.  The biennial production offers lovers of dance and the arts a medley of classical ballet, modern contemporary, tap, folk, limbo and…

Sing Alleluia! with the Marionettes this Christmas

As it continues its revered tradition of holiday performances, the BP Marionettes Chorale will bring together a slew of singers, dancers and instrumentalists to present: Christmas with the Marionettes: “Sing Alleluia!” – from December 8 to 11 at Queen’s Hall. This year will make it 53 straight years running that BP Marionettes has done a…