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“Dialogue with a Caribbean Thespian” is a blog meant to document the development of  my thoughts concerning the Theatre performed for a Caribbean audience, as well as those created by other Caribbean Practitioners. This documentation of thought is done through the use of reflections, reviews, academic essays and other forms of writing.

Comments and Criticisms are welcomed!

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