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"HOUSE AH REAL HORRORS": WAS SHOWCASED AT THE NAPARIMA BOWL, SAN FERNANDO ON SATURDAY, MAY 31, 2014. THE PRODUCTION WAS WRITTEN AND DIRECTED BY MICHELLE K. SYDNEY AND CO-DIRECTED BY SHIVON HENDY. AUDIENCE MEMBERS COULD NOT CONTROL THEMSELVES IN THEIR SEATS WITH LAUGHTER AND SUSPENSE. THEY TALKED ABOUT THE SHOW FOR MONTHS ON END AND DEMANDED TO SEE THE STAGE PLAY AGAIN AND AGAIN.

 

 

                                                                  

    CAST IN ORDER OF APPEARANCE

 

KERSHA DAVIS

PATRICK FRANCOIS

AKIMA ARTHUR

TEVIN ALEXIS

LEAH DAVIS

JALEEL SCANTERBURY.

 

 

The story "House ah Real Horrors" is based on a man and his daughter who lives a very poor lifestyle and they are both tired of the way in which things are going in their house. A few miles away lives a couple who are quite often up to no good and trouble is usually their main course of the day. Then there is the infamous "Gertrude" the bacchanalist who finds it difficult to mind her own business and last but not least "Donald the tease" who is always ready to get his dirty little hands on any and everything that comes his way. Fortunately for Moses and his daughter Candice good luck embarks its way in the home and life is much better until tragedy hits and the "House ah Real Horrors"  begin to unfold and everyone is shocked at the outcome. This stage play is full of deception, greed, lies, comic, sorrow and confusion from beginning to end and it also possesses the capability of breathing life into this interesting yet realistic piece of art form. It is guaranteed to have spectators gripping to their seats with laughter, suspense, disbelief and curiosity at its best. Click on the video below to view the promo. THIS IS A MUST SEE PRODUCTION!

 

THE POINT FORTIN PERFORMING ARTS ASSOCIATION

"AIM FOR SUCCESS, LIVE FOR EXCELLENCE"

 

 

 

 

 

"BLOOD TRANSFUSION": WAS STAGED ON SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 2012 AND ON MOTHER'S DAY, SUNDAY, MAY 12, 2013 @ POINT FORTIN EAST SECONDARY SCHOOL AUDITORIUM. THE CAST DID AN EXCELLENT JOB AND THEIR PERFOMANCE WAS GRACEFULLY APPRECIATED BY AUDIENCE MEMBERS  APPLAUSE AND STANDING OVATION OVERALL. THE PRODUCTION WAS WRITTEN AND DIRECTED BY MICHELLE K. SYDNEY OTHER CREDITS WILL BE ADDED SOON, THANK YOU.

 

 

CAST IN ORDER OF APPEARANCE:

SHIVON HENDY

MICHELLE K. SYDNEY

SOPHIA WILTSHIRE

PATRICK J. FRANCOIS

TEVIN ALEXIS

JANELLE CRICHLOW


 

"Blood Transfusion" is based on a dentist from Upper West-Moorings who does not like people from Laventille. Low and behold his daughter begins to date a nice young man from Mango Alley, Laventille and all hell breaks loose. He becomes distraught, disappointed and hurt over his daughter's choice of man. Soon Dr. Huggins falls ill and he urgently needs a blood transfusion to save his life. However the only individual that has his matching blood type is a Laventille resident. Will Dr. Huggins accept the blood that he desperately needs, or will he allow his dislike and prejudice towards people from Laventille blur his life saving decisions? THIS IS A MUST SEE PRODUCTION!

Endorsed by: The Point Fortin Performing Arts Association
"Aim for Success, Live for Excellence"

 

 

​"A Mother's Scorn": A stage play based on sexual abuse in an affluent family's home. This production was staged in New Jersey in 2008 and in New York City in 2009. Thank you!

Written by: Michelle K. Sydney

Directed by: Savon Masters & Ephiram Johnson

Assistant Director: Michelle K. Sydney

Produced by: Prestige Production LLC

Light/Sound Engineer by: Chris of Sound City International

Videography by: Abdul Raheem

Photography by: Anslem's Photography Co

Stage Props Builder: Tony

Stage Manager: Fiona C. Sydney

Production Manager: Carl Gray

Set Design by: Michelle K. Sydney & Barbara Sydney-Romeo

Public Relations by: Carl Gray

Marketing by: Net Linkz Group

Wardrobe/Makeup by: Nasola Wilson

Box Office Attendants: Keisha Sydney, Gail Johnson & Barbara Sydney-Romeo

Hosted by: Ian "D Goose" Eligon

This production displayed a realistic depiction of class and discrimination in our society when it comes to sexual or other forms of physical and emotional abuse. However, the tables are turned here when the mask of an upper-class family's secret is unveiled for all to see through art form on stage. Audience members in New Jersey and New York City hailed that this production was one of the best stageplays that they have seen in a long time. Spectators enjoyed the reality of the contents with a splash of comic which soothed their emotions and feelings towards the events that unfolded on stage in a very bold yet theatrical manner. The cast included Terry-Ann Brown-Forsythe, Anthony Lopez, Nelson Njee, Yvette Sterling, Chriscia Robinson, Fernando FLores and Michelle K. Sydney. In light upper-middle class communities personal life stories are displayed and told in art form on stage. A brilliant piece and a definite must see!​​​​​​​​​​​​​