Just a few photos of yours truly performing live at the scholarship fundraiser for the 70’s Classes on Dec. 8th. Thanks to all who turned up and out for a fun and fabulous show!
I’ll be joining the Classes of the 70’s in another spectacular scholarship fundraiser! It’s the 70’s Classes Presents a Celebration Talent Show, Saturday December 8, 2018 at the Charlotte Amalie High School Auditorium from 7:00 pm sharp until the last
A classic play comes to Pistarckle Theater: Arsenic and Old Lace! The cast is hilarious and you don’t want to miss it… and guess who’s part of the cast! Arsenic and Old Lace is all about an interesting family with
Honored to sit in with Reggae Dynasty as part of Reggae Under the Stars last Sunday, November 12, 2017 on St. John! With the theme “A place of the past through the eyes of the Native St. Johnians”, the event
Something new for yours truly… dramatic readings at the New Playwrights Festival (NPF) at Pistarckle Theater May 20th! These are from Stacey A. Bryan’s “Bone is for Dog; Meat is for Man” (Tariq) and Gillian Royes PhD’s “How to be
Simply a magnificent night!! The First Bank Junior Calypso Competition presented by the VI Carnival Committee on Tuesday, April 18th was second to none!!! Congratulations to the winners – Ka’stin-Italia “Princess Italia” Roach (Primary), K’Nia “Lady K” Maduro (Intermediate), and Khamoi
One of the best calypso shows/competitions I’ve ever had the privilege of being a part of: the 18th Annual Buoy Ah Buoy Big Man Ah Big Man on April 16th… Congrats to winner King Kan, 1st runner up Waggy, and 2nd
The message is in the music at the First Bank Junior Calypso competition presented by the VI Carnival Committee on Tuesday April 18th at 8pm at the Lionel Roberts Stadium, and it promises to be an exciting night filled with
Strictly Local Productions presents the 18th Annual Bouy ah Bouy, Big Man Ah Big Man Calypso Competition on Sunday, April 16, 2017 (Easter Sunday) at the Charlotte Amalie High School Auditorium at 7pm. This year’s topic: “Back in De Day”.
Well – we finished ‘Working’, the musical production at Pistarckle Theater! Whatta band Whatta band Whatta BAND!!! It was a marvelous experience….taking this opportunity to acknowledge and thank ALL the musicians during the run: Steve Richman (guitar), Paul Dirks (bass