Davidson’s words and Troy’s performance on May 13 will unify the triumph of emancipation across the African diaspora with the premiere of “Miss Grier Rises.” Dr. Eliza Ann Grier became the first Black woman to become licensed to practice medicine in the state of Georgia in 1898.
Caribbean Community Theater’s selection committee is still in discussions on its full season schedule (Nov. 2022 through June 2023); however, it has decided on the first show of the season: “Silent Sky.”
The Institute of Theatre Journalism Advocacy coordinator, Andre Minkins of Winston-Salem State University, was gracious with his praise and commented that “UVI students were the real stars,” at this year's conference.
This online archive seeks to support artists in archiving, preserving and making accessible – virtually and to the public – U.S. Virgin Islands visual and literary artistic responses to the COVID-19 global pandemic.
The Caribbean COVID-19 Emergency Fund for Artists in Puerto Rico (PR) and the USVI is made possible by a grant from the Open Society Foundation for a total of $200,000, which will be awarded in individual grants of $2,000 to artists who are full-time residents of the USVI or PR.
The Top Ensemble Honorees of the 2019 14th Annual Vento Shakespeare Festival, presented by Pistarckle Theater, were the eight students of the St. Croix Educational Complex, guided by teacher Alicia Ramos.
Concepts such as self-love, confidence, healthy relationships, and positive body image were explored in the student play "Phenomenally" Thursday as UVI ssenior Nyaila Callwood premiered her first play in the Little Theater to an enthusiastic audience of friends, family, classmates, and community members.
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