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A NEW AWARD – THE STALWARTS – By Dave Martins + video

Now and then, in the day-to-day, you will find yourself engrossed in something when an idea for something quite different comes to your mind like a light turning on.  Just this week, for example, I found myself caught up watching an absorbing online post from Maya Trotz of a speech by Brian Meeks in which he dealt with the intricacies of the Grenada Revolution in the time of Maurice Bishop.

For those who may not be familiar with his work, BrianMeeks is a Caribbean poet and academic from Jamaica.  He is Professor of Africana Studies and Chair of the Africana Studies/Rites and Reason Theatre Department at Brown University, and while I was aware of his reputation this was the first time I heard him speak, and I was entranced.    Continue reading

Guyana: Diversity in Our Villages; Harmony in Our Culture – By Ken Corsbie

Ken Corsbie

Diversity in Our Villages; Harmony in Our Culture – By Ken Corsbie

On Mon, May 7, 2018 at 11:23 PM, Ken Corsbie <kencorsbie@gmail.com> wrote:

Hello folks, some of this may be of passing interest..
I wrote this perhaps 10 or 12 years ago. It was triggered by a symposium that my friend Henry Muttoo had organized in the Cayman Islands – the the poor tenement yards in the city as illustrated by Errol John’s signature play“Moon on a Rainbow Shawl”.
Wondering if it has any relevance or interest at this time.. …
The following article was in the Guyana Cultural Association NY – GuyFolkFest Magazine. It was carried by Guyanese Online in February 2011.

Ti-Jean and His Brothers – directed by Henry Muttoo -Trailer

Ti-Jean and His Brothers -Trailer

Based on a West Indian fable…  

Nobel Prize-winning author Derek Walcott explores the power of good versus evil, poor versus wealthy and the search for what defines humanness. This folk tale—told by the animals of the rainforest through dialogue, dance and song—tells the tale of a poor widowed mother, her three sons, and their bargain with the devil.

Directed by Macy’s Guest Artist Henry Muttoo, Artistic Director of the Cayman National Cultural Foundation. Continue reading

Ti-Jean and His Brothers – Theatre 2 USF Tampa Campus – Oct 24-Nov 3, 2013

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Based on a West Indian fable…

Nobel Prize winning author Derek Walcott explores the power of good versus evil, poor versus wealthy and the search for what defines human-ness. This folk tale, told by the animals of the rainforest through dialogue, dance and song, tells the tale of a poor widowed mother, her three sons, and their bargain with the devil.            

Directed by Macy’s Guest Artist Henry Muttoo, Artistic Director of the Cayman National Cultural Foundation.    Continue reading

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