Caribbean Cultural Theatre, June 8, 13, 2010, New York

Join the Caribbean Cultural Theatre this week for programs that both observe traditions and challenge stereotypes.


From reclaiming ancestral memory and celebrating identity, to going back home and discovering new lands we’ll have 8 artists, 6 countries, 3 art forms,  2 evenings and YOU.  


Now more than ever we need you to help in


Tellin We Own Story

St. Francis College

182 Remsen Street (Clinton & Court Streets), Brooklyn, NY 11201

Poets & Passion – Man Talk

Tuesday, June 8.  7PM

Insight!   Fun!   Open Mic!

Our monthly after-work literary lime returns with a schedule packed with featured writers who are not only celebrated, critically acclaimed artists in their own right but are also actively involved teaching, mentoring and critiquing other writers.

Evening Time – On Page!  On Screen!  On Stage!

Sunday, June 13.  6:30PM

Join us for a celebration of heritage, culture and family.  The evening features separate but interlinking presentations – one on the screen, one on the stage, and the other of the written word. The film portion consists of the documentary Saracca and Nation, which examines cultural performances in the Grenada, on the stage, Ron Bobb Semple captures the Spirit of Marcus Garvey; lastly, writers Andrene Bonner (Jamaica),   Olympic Gardens, Merle Collins (Grenada), Lady in a Boat, Yolaine St. Fort (Haiti), For the Crown of Your Heads; Tiphanie Yanique (US Virgin Is), How to Escape from a Leper Colony.


Adults: $25 (advance) / Seniors/Students/Pickney: $15