Eye to Eye. Season 4, Episode 3, Rawle Gibbons / [presented by] Banyan & Gayelle
- Language Note:
- In English.
- Christopher Laird interviews dramatist, Rawle Gibbons and speak about the role of Calypso as a non-formal institution to create memory, The position of calypso in his drama work. He talks about the work and accomplishments of the Centre for Creative and festival Arts at the university of The west Indies, St. Augustine which he was involved in establishing and directed for the first few decades., They discuss ritual, folk belief and its relation to theatre and also of Orisha., â€œUntil you can bring all those people who have been marginalised in the society you are 'spinning top in mudâ€., Speaks of the challenges of teaching and literature and the bookshop he has started., His vision of his own theatre space and what they would do. Keywords: Growling Tiger, Creative arts centre, centre for Creative and Festival arts University of West indies, THE MARCH TO CARONI.
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- Title from resource description page (viewed August 16, 2016).
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