Engage, Music, People, Cuba, United States
By Caroline Taylor ● Issue 166 (September/October 2021)
Tania León: “My music has an accent” | Backstory
The sonic world of composer Tania León was shaped by her childhood in Cuba — and by her willingness to reinvent herself, writes Caroline Taylor
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Immerse, Theatre and Dance, History, People, Cuba
By Nazma Muller ● Issue 156 (March/April 2019)
Alicia Alonso: forever prima | Backstory
How did Havana come to be one of the world’s leading centres of classical ballet? Nazma Muller tells the story of prima donna assoluta Alicia Alonso, and her influence on generations of Cuban dancers
By Shivanee Ramlochan ● Issue 150 (March/April 2018)
Bookshelf (Mar/Apr 2018) | Book reviews
This month’s reading picks, with reviews of The Tower of the Antilles; The Dear Remote Nearness of You; Kingston Buttercup; Writing on Water; Pocomania and London Calling
By Mark Meredith ● Issue 39 (September/October 1999)
Natalie Reis: flamenco flame
Natalie Reis always knew she had rhythm. A Trinidadian of Chinese, Spanish, Portuguese, French, Scottish, African, Carib, and Dominican...
Theatre and Dance, Trinidad and Tobago
By Donna Yawching ● Issue 50 (July/August 2001)
Trinidad Theatre Workshop: still searching
Forty years, in any enterprise, should spell security. In the case of a theatre, a roof over one’s head perhaps, and a sense of knowing...
By Dominique De-Light ● Issue 46 (November/December 2000)
“Yuh can’t do that!” my boyfriend replied when I expressed my wish to sing in Trinidad and Tobago’s Rapso Week....
Music, Theatre and Dance, People, United Kingdom, Trinidad and Tobago
By Bruce Paddington ● Issue 46 (November/December 2000)
Dominique Le Gendre — Shakespeare and me
The English have been busy making a new recording other most famous playwright, William Shakespeare – all 38 of his plays....