By Zahra Gordon Story Created: Jul 11, 2011 at 12:39 AM ECT Twenty years ago, the classic Jamaican play written by the late Trevor D Rhone, Smile Orange, was staged at the Little Carib Theatre with an adaptation to Trinidadian sensibilities. The subject matter has proven to be timeless and the play will once again… Read more »


Veteran masman Peter Minshall will tomorrow take on the role of lecturer at the Yale School of Drama, New Haven, Connecticut in the US. Yale School of Drama and International Performance Studies at Yale, in collaboration with Scarlett Project, will host Minshall’s lecture—Blue Devils, Bats, and Fancy Sailors. Minshall will explain what it is “to… Read more »


Story Created: Aug 4, 2012 at 12:48 AM ECT Lord Invader’s socio-economic observances of the interaction between American soldiers who were here during World War II and Trinidadians in his calypso, “Rum And Coca Cola” have always been misinterpreted as a humorous ditty. This misnomer was elevated when the Andrews did their cover version of… Read more »