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On Monday 18th April 2016, Eunice Alleyne returns to the spotlight for the 8th instalment of the Monday Night Theatre Forum at Trinidad Theatre Workshop.
Eunice Alleyne – an accomplished actress of stage, radio, television and film is a founding member of the Trinidad Theatre Workshop. She has performed in numerous plays and toured extensively throughout the Caribbean, Canada and the US. In Europe she appeared in Derek Walcott's "The Odyssey" in Italy and in Spain, where she performed in Spanish. She is the recipient of the National Drama Association of Trinidad and Tobago (NDATT)'s 1998 Best Actress Cacique Award for "Remembrance", NDATT's 2003 Lifetime Achievement Award and the Emancipation Support Committee's Spirit of Emancipation Award for her contributions to local theatre. Her Film credits include Asha Lovelace's "Joebell and America", Horace Ove's "The Ghost of Hing King Estate", Horace Wilson's "Happy/Sad" and she was recently seen as Granny in Sally's Way (2015).
The MONDAY NIGHT THEATRE FORUM is a brand new space for wide ranging open discussions on all aspects of drama and theatre. Every other Monday, hosts Tony Hall and Raymond Choo Kong will present theatre practitioners who are renowned exemplars in their respective theatre practices at home and abroad. We have a great community of amazing theatre artists here in Trinidad and Tobago. They contribute so much to our lives through their life's work. We hope you'll enjoy this peek behind the curtains as they share how they approach the creative process, how they overcome obstacles and challenges, and what advice they have for all of us especially for young theatre makers in our midst.
MONDAY NIGHT THEATRE FORUM is presented by Playwrights Workshop Trinbago and raymondchookongproductions in association with Trinidad Theatre Workshop, The Trinidad and Tobago Performing Arts Network and Trinity College in-Trinidad Global Learning Site.
Episode I - Albert Laveau
Episode II - Nikki Crosby
Episode III - Ralph Maraj
Episode IV - Helen Camps
Episode V - Dr. Efebo Wilkinson
Episode VI - Rhoma Spencer
Episode VII - Freddie Kissoon